MALTA TOGETHER TIME CAPSULE:
A Collection of Art and Creative Writing During Covid
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As part of the Malta Together initiative, a number of Short Story, Art and Poetry competitions were run to encourage people to be active and creative while they had to stay home and follow the directives issued by the health authorities after the COVID-19 outbreak in Malta. From Gratitude to Imagination, Adventure to Life During or After the Pandemic, each competition featured a unique theme that inspired creativity and hope. Impressed by the fantastic work that was submitted, Malta Together has published this book with the winning entries of each competition to showcase the written and artistic talents of the community and document the community’s thoughts, stories and emotions during the challenging months between March and July 2020. The book not only acts as a memoir of this historical period of time, but also gives the community a voice.
“The winning entries of our competitions have created a fantastic time capsule that we are proud to present in this book, which celebrates the spirit of Malta during this difficult period of our lives. When we look back at 2020, we will remember not only the hardships we suffered but also the creation of a community spirit.”
– Mark Weingard, Founder of Malta Together.
Sponsored by Iniala Group, The Malta Together Time Capsule has been awarded as a gift to all the winners of the competitions. The book is also being sold at Agenda and 100% of all sales will go to charity. Through the sales of the book, Malta Together wishes to raise €10,000 for local charities to help them to continue to do the great work they are doing around the Maltese Islands. Follow us on Facebook to keep up to date with our announcements.
If you have won one of our competitions but have not yet heard from us yet, or if you wish to purchase a book (remember, all proceeds go to charity) – please get in touch with us at email@example.com.
HELP MALTA TOGETHER CREATE A SILVER LINING TO THE CLOUDY DAYS GONE BY.