Interdisciplinary Conference


in Art & Science

27-29 September 2023, Malta Society of Arts, Valletta

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All events of the TTT2023 Malta program will take place at the Malta Society of Arts (MSA) in four venues:

Conference Room - Concert Hall - Central Courtyard - Basement Vaults, Malta Society of Arts 
Palazzo de la Salle, 219 Republic Street, Valletta
MSA location


The Malta Society of Arts was established in 1852, and is Malta’s oldest institution for the promotion of the arts and crafts. It promotes and supports the visual, applied, performative and literary arts as well as craft and industry by providing space, education and encouraging a high level of achievement in these fields.

The Malta Society of Arts contributes to the wellbeing of Malta’s cultural ecosystemn as a facilitator of artists and art practitioners by:

  • Providing top-notch gallery space for visual artists to show their work
  • Providing top-notch concert facilities for musicians to perform and show their work
  • Running a school for education in arts, crafts and music.


Where to stay and how to get there

Valletta, a World Heritage site, is the capital of the Republic of Malta. The country is an arquipelago of three islands Malta, Gozo and Comino with a total population of 400,000 inhabitants located 93km south of Sicily and 288km north of Africa. Access from abroad is easy through Malta International Airport Gudja (6km from Valletta) which is served by multiple flights from main international cities. There is a bus shuttle connecting the airport with the capital. Otherwise you can use Malta Taxi app or Bolt to book your ride. Beware before renting a car if driving on the right side of the car is what you are most comfortable with. 

There are plenty of options concerning accommodations in Malta. We propose you use Booking or AirBnb platforms to book your own staying during the conference in Valletta, otherwise the Three Cities or Sliema both served by ferry-boat.

Last but not least, Malta’s currency is the EURO. The official languages are Maltese and English. You may need an adapter for electronics as the square-fitting standard three-pin British plugs and sockets are used.

Updated: 18-09-2023

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