Between the 8th and 24th December 2011, Valletta Living History will be organsing an exhibition of all the participants who submitted their works for the nationwide drawing competition that was organised for all students between 6 and 12 years of age.
Students were asked to send in their drawings based on a self interpretation of a Knight of St. John, with a photo of their face being used as the face of the knight.
Prizes will be awarded to the best student thanks to ELS Gross Market of Zabbar. A prize is also being awarded to the best class effort consisting of a free screening of a film of the student’s choice at the Embassy Complex in Valletta. The awards will be given out on the 13th December 2011 at 11am in the Children’s Area of the Embassy Complex on Level 2.
Valletta Living History has earlier this year also introduced a Valletta Treasure Hunt for students visiting the show. Valletta Living history is available for subsidized school trips and also students who have the Culture Card.
Valletta Living History is a 35 minute docudrama depicting the history, culture and lifestyle of Malta and the Maltese. Produced and screened in High Definition, the show has in a short period received recognition for its quality, and has recently been awarded a Quality Assured seal by the Malta Tourism Authority.
Valletta Living History shows daily at the Embassy Complex in Valletta. More information about the show and this initiative can be found on the website www.maltaattraction.com.
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