Women's Perspectives: A Mother / Daughter Synergy

Young Stephanie's bold and colourful fine art photographs are juxtaposed against Anna's large and vibrant watercolour compositions - provoking a dialogue, an inspiration, or reaction to each other's art?


In the last decade, Maltese women and girls have made large strides in improving their lives and elevating their communities. Strong women leaders and over a dozen organizations are transforming Maltese society and providing opportunities for economic growth and fiscal independence, as well as empowering women to forge their own futures. Through increased access to reproductive healthcare, as well as platforms for economic collaboration, Maltese women and gender non-conforming individuals are being recognized for their contributions to all sectors of society, from family life to business and governmental leadership, and continue to build Malta's prospects on the global stage. While there are still steps that must be taken to ensure real and tangible equality at every level of society, women in Malta and around the world are finding strength to transform their communities and lead them to become more just and compassionate places.


This event is not open to the public.


Thursday, January 11th, 2018, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Delegation of the European Union to the United States
2175 K Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20037
(Entrance on 22nd Street)

Doors open at 5:00 pm and close promptly at 6:00 pm.

Please note that this event may be filmed or photographed.

This event is in collaboration with the Embassy of the Republic of Malta.


An established artist, Anna Galea (b.1958) is best known for her large floral and marine watercolours, although she is also very keen on life figure painting and abstractions. She has more recently taken to painting large canvases in oils and other mediums in addition to her expressions in large watercolours. Tutored by Esprit Barthet, Sarah Warren, Harry Alden and Anton Calleja, Anna holds a Bachelor's degree in History of Art and Archeology (2009) from the University of Malta and a Master's degree in Creativity and Innovation (2013) from the Edward de Bono Institute of Thinking, University of Malta. She has also participated in various workshops including Contemporary Painting at Central St. Martins of London (2014).

Anna has won several prizes, including Best Watercolour Award (British Residents' Association) in 1998, the National Art Competition in 2003; the Silver Palette Competition (Malta Society of Arts) in 2002 & 2004. She is founder member of the Friends of the National Museum of Fine Arts.

Anna's paintings have featured in books of the highly acclaimed 'International Artist' publishers of USA, on telecards, calendars, book covers and other publications. Her works can be found in various private collections of art connoisseurs, in palaces and museums, banks and offices.

Stephanie Galea is a young Maltese fashion photographer and visual artist based in London. A recent Central Saint Martins graduate, Stephanie has been working in the fashion and advertising industry, taking on multiple roles as a photographer and video maker.
Known for her stark and unconventional compositions, her work has been published on various platforms including Vogue Italia, NYLON (US), Hunger TV, Rollacoaster Magazine, Dansk Magazine and Showstudio Online amongst others.

Stephanie also maintains a fine art practice and has exhibited her work on numerous occasions mainly across London and Malta.
Doors open at 5:00 pm and close promptly at 6:00 pm.

2018-01-11 17:30:00 2018-01-11 19:30:00 America/New_York Women's Perspectives: A Mother / Daughter Synergy European Union Delegation in the US: Women's Perspectives: A Mother / Daughter Synergy EU Delegation to the U.S., 2175 K Street NW (Please use 22nd Street entrance), Washington European Union Delegation in the US delegation-usa-info@eeas.europa.eu
January 11, 2018

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

EU Delegation to the U.S.,
2175 K Street NW (Please use 22nd Street entrance),
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