Spazju Kreattiv, the cultural heartbeat of Valletta, has unveiled an exhibition dedicated to the life and enduring legacy of Maltese carnival icon, Paul Curmi, affectionately known as ‘Il-Pampalun’.
In a recent call to action, the cultural centre invited carnival enthusiasts and culture aficionados to “Come Meet Paul Curmi, ‘Il-Pampalun’: The Man, The Legend”, promising an immersive journey into the life of a figure who transcended his role in carnival festivities to impact the broader Valletta community and beyond.
Paul Curmi was celebrated not just for his indelible mark on the carnival scene but also for his varied hobbies and vibrant character, which left a lasting legacy.
This exhibition, meticulously curated and researched by Mario Coleiro, offers a window into Curmi’s multifaceted life, highlighting the depth of his contributions and the vibrancy of his character. It stands as a tribute to a man whose life was a palette of colorful influences, enriching Malta’s cultural tapestry.