ACMlab Special Series

Report and Analysis

July 2020


This six-week series of conversations was developed from the results of a survey carried out by ARC and formed part of Arts Council Malta's ACMlab series.

The sessions sought to cover topics that enable creative practitioners to deal with the challenges brought on by COVID-19, as well as to present opportunities to evaluate and discuss how the sectors operate on a long-term basis:

Session #1 of 6: Creating Opportunity out of Crisis Session #2 of 6: Shifting Online Session #3 of 6: Sustainable Approaches Session #4 of 6: Keeping Connections Alive Session #5 of 6: Exploring Collectivity - Part 1 Session #6 of 6: Exploring Collectivity - Part 2

The series registered 469 registrations and 280 unique participants, with 34 speakers from local and international organisations, including ACT Malta, Blitz, Culture Action Europe, Department of Sociology - University of Malta, Edinburgh International Festival, European Festivals Association, Festivals Malta, Gabriel Caruana Foundation, HELA Foundation, IETM, LovinMalta, Malta Employers Association, Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, Malta Producers Association, MOVEO Dance Company, Pearle*, Step Up for Parkinson’s, Studio 18, Teatru Salesjan, the rubberbodies collective, and ŻfinMalta.

Other Resources

Read more about the survey findings here. Listen to the series on ACM's soundcloud.

The ACMlab Special Series was developed with Arts Council Malta.

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Resources



March 2020

Impact of COVID-19 on the Cultural and Creative Sectors

Survey Findings and Reactions

June 2020

The Pendulum Swings

Press

December 2020

Toolkit: Online Performances

A Chronicle of a Spring not as Planned

September 2020

Analytic Report: Mill-Kċina ta' Connor

A Chronicle of a Spring not as Planned

October 2020

Documentary: Online Performances

A Chronicle of a Spring not as Planned

July 2020

ACMlab Special Series

Report and Analysis