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Art exhibition

Deloitte Foundation

14 June - 4 July 2019, at Deloitte Malta

The Deloitte Foundation marks its launch with an art exhibition featuring local artists Anthony Calleja, Debbie Caruana Dingli, Rupert Cefai, Nickie Sultana and James Vella Clark.

The exhibition showcases a diverse selection of original Maltese artworks to celebrate the launch of the Deloitte Foundation in Malta and its commitment to Cultural Heritage.

The exhibition is open to the public during office hours between 14 June and 4 July 2019.

View artist bios and exhibits below.

Anthony Calleja

Anthony Calleja


Anthony Calleja is a painter and sculptor.

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Debbie Caruana Dingli

Debbie Caruana Dingli


Debbie Caruana Dingli is known for her portraits in watercolour and in oils.

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Rupert Cefai

Rupert Cefai


Rupert Cefai is a visual artist, working in both traditional artistic media (painting, drawing, sculpture) and digital media.

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Nickie Sultana

Nickie Sultana


Nickie Sultana's is a painter, specialising in portraiture, local landscapes and seascapes using oil as her preferred medium.

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James Vella Clark

James Vella Clark


James' main idiom is abstraction, which lends mostly to the abstract expressionist movement of the fifties and sixties.

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Cultural heritage

Cultural hertiage


One of the four pillars of the Deloitte Foundation.

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Christine X Art Gallery

This exhibition has been produced with the kind cooperation of Christine X Art Gallery.

The Deloitte Foundation

Deloitte is led by a purpose: to make an impact that matters. This purpose defines who we are. It endures—transcending the everyday and binds us together. It gives us our reason to exist. Through the Deloitte Foundation, we are bringing our purpose to life.

Learn more about the Deloitte Foundation.

 

Press Release

The official launch of the Deloitte Foundation

The Deloitte Foundation is a non-profit voluntary organisation which will support initiatives under four main pillars: Quality education, Environmental sustainability, Cultural heritage and Societal impact.

Read the press release.

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