CareMalta Group marked a significant milestone in their 30th Anniversary celebrations with the launch of “The Way of Beauty,” an art exhibition by the renowned artist Antonio Mifsud, which was held at the Archbishop’s Palace in Valletta.

In collaboration with ZVART, a Vassallo Group initiative committed to promoting art within its various facilities, CareMalta Group transformed the historic Archbishop’s Palace into a showcase of Antonio Mifsud’s exceptional talent with 14 paintings dedicated to the 14 facilities and homes of CareMalta and HILA.

The exhibition witnessed a gathering of distinguished guests, including shareholders and directors of the Vassallo Group, and the dedicated team from CareMalta Group.

CareMalta Group, Chief Executive, James Sciriha described how the exhibition highlighted the connection between caregivers, residents, clients, and the artistic expression of Mifsud. Sciriha noted how the paintings illuminate the enduring significance of religion and spirituality in our modern world and that the artist managed to convey timeless messages of faith and compassion, and their relevance today.

Rev. Prof. Mark Sultana, an Associate Professor at the University of Malta’s Faculty of Arts, offered profound insights into the 14 exhibited paintings. Prof. Sultana delved into a comprehensive analysis of the exhibited paintings, meticulously examining both their intrinsic and extrinsic dimensions of expression, explaining how the colors within these artworks beautifully depict the hardships endured by the saints while also conveying messages of hope whilst emphasising that these paintings serve as tangible proof of the enduring significance of spirituality in our lives.

In her concluding remarks, Vassallo Group Chairperson, Natalie Briffa Farrugia stated how the Group remains committed to preserving and promoting local art and cultural heritage. She mentioned how through the innovative ZVART initiative, Vassallo Group proudly supports the creative talents of our community, fostering tradition and contemporary expression.

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