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Many Faces of The Mill

Many Faces of The Mill – Launch of Pop-Up Exhibition! (+ get a glimpse of the Upper Galleries of The Mill and the permanent collection!)

The Gabriel Caruana Foundation together with the artists and illustrators of The Many Faces of The Mill are excited to launch the pop-up exhibition of the  illustrations celebrating the 30th anniversary of The Mill. 

It’s been a bizarre year for all but we put our (physically distanced) heads together and dreamed of the Many Faces of The Mill showcasing the myriad characteristics of this special place we call home. You’ve seen the illustrations online but now it’s time to see them in real life! The illustrations and print quality are a feast for the eyes! 

The exhibition will be a showcase of the illustrative talent of Ed Dingli, Joyce Camilleri, Luke Caruana, MaltaType (Matthew Demarco), textpresso (Manuela Zammit), Noura Abdelhafidh, Steffi Venturi, Steven Scicluna, Te Fit-Tazza and Zack Ritchie. What’s more? You can also get the opportunity to meet some of the artists at The Mill whilst getting to know more about their interpretation of The Mill. We’re also making your visit memorable by opening up the  Upper Galleries of The Mill during the day to view The Mill’s first floor (built in the mid-19th century) which holds a unique snapshot of late 20th and early 21st century contemporary art.

The open days will be held on Saturday 28th November and Tuesday 8th December with additional hours during the week. This is an opportunity to view the original illustrations printed on Hahnemühle fine art and purchase directly or order the limited edition prints. This campaign is very special to us and the artists because the funds directly support the creatives and our non-profit organisation.

Although we’d love to greet you all at once, we are currently following health and safety regulations in view of the COVID-19 pandemic, so booking your visit is required. Bookings can be carried out on our Eventbrite platform. Booking is free of charge however donations can be made to support our organisation. 

During November and December 2020, The Mill will be open for visitors to view the Many Faces of The Mill exhibition. Booking is essential in view of current health and safety regulations. 

Venue: The Mill – Art, Culture and Crafts Centre

Dates: 28th and 30th November, 1st, 3rd, 7th and 8th December 2020

Booking: Eventbrite