KelmaKelma and The Inspire Foundation team up with 12 superb artists to bring you an art experience, which is guaranteed to make a difference in the lives of people who need it the most.
Twelve talented and generous artists created an original work of art to represent a particular month of the year, and to accompany a traditional Maltese proverb provided by KelmaKelma.
The paintings were donated to Inspire and are featured in a 2017 Calendar that’s being sold in aid of the Inspire Foundation. The 12 page, A5 hanging or desk calendar can be purchased on line through Inspire’s website for €6.50 which includes postage to Malta and Gozo.
The 12 original works are also up for auction and are being sold to raise funds for Inspire. An exhibition of the paintings is being held at Hilltop Gardens in Triq, L-Inkwina, Naxxar between the 10th November and 3rd December. During this time the online auction will also be open for bidding.
The Featuring artists are Marisa Attard, Steve Bonello, Ġorg Mallia, Debbie Caruana Dingli, Nadine Noko, C.S. Lawrence, Mark Scicluna, Moira Zahra Scicluna, Saviour Baldacchino, Berivan Serin, Sam Degaetano and Hayley Acreman.
Inspire Foundation and KelmaKelma would like to thank its partners and sponsors: Il-Kunsill Nazzjonali tal-Ilsien Malti, Malta Tourism Authority, il-Kummissjoni Ewropea, Mapfre Middlesea, Maltapost, Gemelli Framing, and VeeGeeBee Art, for helping to make this innovative project a reality.
Inspire believes that everyone has a right to equality and inclusion. Our mission is to try to help everyone with a disability achieve this. We do this by providing individuals and their families with educational, therapeutic and leisure services. We also advocate for inclusion, educate the general public, raise awareness among peers, and hold the best knowledge base on disability on the island.
Today, Inspire helps over 1,000 individuals with various disabilities ranging from Down Syndrome, Autism, Cerebral Palsy and others. We do this through many services and disability programmes that are offered at a highly subsidised rate or sometimes even for free.