The Valletta Design Cluster, a new creative and cultural space dedicated to design in the capital run by the Valletta Cultural Agency, has recently launched its Membership Scheme.
The Valletta Design Cluster opens up new opportunities for creatives working in the field of design to take their projects to the next level. Users can access tools, equipment and spaces to learn, share their knowledge, and take their organisations forward. Whether still a student or an established practitioner, these new facilities are available to assist design-related organisations to fulfil their aspirations.
The main facilities for cultural and creative practitioners are accessible via a membership scheme aimed at providing equitable accessibility to resources, safeguarding health and safety to users, and ensuring an effective management of the members community. The scheme runs in two strands: (a) A Regular Members’ Strand and (b) a Studio-Based Members’ Strand.
Regular membership is open to individuals and organisations active in the cultural and creative sector and design-related activities, and provides access to the shared facilities within the building, namely the co-working space, the makerspace, meeting rooms, the foodspace, and related facilities.
Studio-based members are provided with all the above-mentioned facilities as well as exclusive access to one of the studios at the Cluster.
Regular Membership is open to NGOs based in Valletta, Micro-enterprises employing more than one individual, and organisations made up of more than one individual addressing design practice, cultural activity and social well-being and students, while Studio Membership is open to the first three categories mentioned.
For the full details and to become a member visit the Valletta Design Cluster page