Carnivart at the National Museum of Fine Arts
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Heritage Malta’s National Museum of Fine Arts will be organising a mask-making session during which they would be able to create a mask to fit their costume. The event will be held tomorrow, Saturday, the 13th of February between 1.30 p.m. and 3.00 p.m. Children will experience the art of mask-making and learn about art while their parents or guardians enjoy the sprightly company of Arlecchino who will be guiding them round the Museum. There will be a large picture frame for parents and children to stand behind should they wish to take a photo of their family portrait. Refreshments will also be served. The activities are ideal for children between the ages of six and thirteen years.
A ticket for an adult accompanying one child costs €5 and two adults accompanying two children pay €8. Children enter for free with paying adults. Normal museum entrance fees apply for all other visitors following the event.
For more information kindly contact the museum reception desk on 21225769.
Tickets are on sale at the following sites: the National Museum of Fine Arts, the National and the National Museum of Archaeology in Valletta, theDomvs Romana in Rabat, the Inquisitor’s Palace at Birgu and the Museum of Archaeology at the Citadella in Gozo.