The Mikiel Anton Vassalli College recently launched a ‘kick-off meeting’ with nearly 40 European delegates, as part of the EasyTowns project.
The conference held at the end of November, engaged audiences with a look at how cultural heritage can help create more inclusive societies.
The delegates were also able to witness the talents of students across the different schools that the Mikiel Anton Vassalli College incorporates.
The Malta School of Drama and Dance delivered a dance programme, object drawing was showcased by the Malta School of Art, and a clarinet performance of musical numbers were performed by the Malta School of Music.
Giving thanks to the audience, Head of the College Network Mr Victor Galea, said, ‘we believe that the visual and performing arts are a good tool or medium to bring people together and create inclusive communities in our towns. So much so that our schools demonstrated good practices of how learners in any of the arts discipline are actually contributing towards this.’