SACES, in collaboration with Kamra Tal-Periti, set up an exhibition, in the corridor on the first floor, showcasing the students’ final projects. Visitors had a chance to admire the innovative ideas that students come up with during this exhibition, which also marked World Architecture Day and World Habitat Day.
The Department of Digital Arts had a number of visual art and design installations by Masters students in a number of rooms and in the corridor. These included Cathedra by Tony Cassar, a 360o virtual immersive experience which allows visitors to explore the inside of St Paul’s Cathedral in Mdina. Another was Il-Kurċifiss (The Crucifix) by Matthew Schembri, a sound sculpture, portraying the various intriguing similarities and contrasts between religion and social media, in this case, Christianity and Facebook. Enduring Ephemeral by John Ambrogio, another of the installations was a presentation of a best practice model of the process flows required to prepare authenticated digital records for ingestion into an Open Archival Information System (OAIS) grade institutional repository.