'Pink', an art exhibition aimed towards raising funds for breast cancer research, will be open to the public between 19 and 31 October.
With over 40 artists participating in the collective art exhibition with a donation of one of their paintings, 'Pink' will be held at Gallery 23, Idmejda Street, Balzan.
It was Michelle Gialanze, one of the participating artists who brought about this initiative some time ago and expressed the wish to support breast cancer research through the University of Malta’s Research Innovation and Development Trust (RIDT).
The paintings exhibited which all have a splash of 'Pink' are all works of renowned and upcoming artists and they range from landscapes to nudes. This exhibition is a great opportunity to see quality art while supporting breast cancer research.
Set up in 2011 as an autonomous support platform, the RIDT is striving to further the advancement of research, innovation and development in all areas of study, knowledge and activity in Malta. By encouraging high-calibre research through the fund, the University of Malta will continue to deliver tangible outcomes leading to a better quality of life.