Fun art, music and crafts courses for kids, teenagers and adults to take place between July and September at Palazzo de La Salle in Valletta
The Malta Society of Arts (MSA) has just launched its new schedule of courses for the summer, and everyone is invited to apply. Its more than 30 extensive courses cover visual arts, applied arts and performing arts, all taking place at the MSA’s seat Palazzo de La Salle in the heart of Valletta.
Among the numerous visual arts courses on offer are Art for Juniors (different classes according to age), Clay Modelling, Nude Human Figure classes, Art for Leisure, Art for Mature Students, and Fine Arts Workgroups. The applied arts section this summer will also include lessons in Lace Making, Embroidery, Knitting, Crochet, Dressmaking, Sewing for Beginners, and Tailoring. As regards the performing arts, students can attend classes in Pianoforte, Violin, Guitar, and the ever-popular Drama for Fun.
“The MSA’s summer courses are unfailingly popular among students of all ages, backgrounds, skillsets and interests,” comments MSA President Arch. Adrian Mamo. “What all applicants have in common is a desire to learn a new skill over the quieter summer months, and it is with great satisfaction that we can offer a platform for budding and existing artists to learn more about their art while having fun and meeting some new people.”
All courses will take place respecting applicable Covid-19 measures.
For the full schedule of the Malta Society of Arts’ summer courses please visit either the website or the Facebook Page.