Fondazzjoni Patrimonju Malti receives the Peter Serracino Inglott Award 2016
Fondazzjoni Patrimonju Malti is delighted to announce that it has just received the Peter Serracino Inglott Award 2016 for a significant contribution in civic thinking translated into an initiative benefitting society. Since its inception in 1992, Fondazzjoni Patrimonju Malti has sought to educate by shining a light on well-known and lesser-known areas of Maltese culture, bringing to widespread attention hundreds of artefacts belonging to private collections. The Foundation has forged ahead in the Maltese cultural landscape, showing the way forward with its spectacularly splendid exhibitions, by creating and transforming museums, and informing and enlightening with its award-winning publications. The objectives of the Foundation are well known and well respected, so much so that its endeavours are only made possible through the generous support of its many patrons, some of whom have been contributing since the very beginning.
The Peter Serracino Inglott Award commemorates one of Malta’s foremost thinkers. In the many roles throughout his lifetime, Fr Peter brought the qualities of civic thinking, participation and creative social innovation, and Patrimonju feels honoured to be receiving an award that memorializes such a great man.
The award was accepted by Judge Giovanni Bonello, Patrimonju’s Deputy Chairman and Editor of its publications, at a ceremony held at The Malta Chamber of Commerce in Valletta.
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