Born 1979, Ibadan, Nigeria.
Lives and works in Malta.

Hortus Conclusus. With Fragmenta Malta. The Dominican Monastery, Rabat, Malta.

Little White Lies. The National Museum of Fine Arts, Valletta, Malta.

Homo Melitensis: A Complete Inventory in 19 Chapters. The Malta Pavilion. The 57th Venice Biennale, the Arsenale, Venice.

Valletta: Ideal City, Colonial Capital, Gentle Metropolis. The European Parliament, Brussels.

In the Light of … Malta. The European Parliament, Brussels.

Bodyless. The Maritime Museum, Birgu, Malta.

Good Walls Make Good Neighbours. Valletta International Festival of Visual Arts (VIVA), Valletta.

Duke of Edinburgh Hotel Room 36. The Citadel, Gozo.

Kaleidoscope: Contemporary Art from EU Member States. Farmleigh Gallery, Dublin.

Relocation: Emerging Artists from Malta. Bank of Valletta Headquarters, Santa Venera, Malta. 2010.  Deception. Lascaris Wharf, Valletta.

A New Generation. Malta Contemporary Arts Foundation, Valletta.

Research: RSA Awards in Focus. The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh.

Biennale de Jeunes Createurs d’ Europe et de la Mediterranee, (BJCEM), XIV edition. Skopje.

New Contemporaries. The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh.

Aberdeen Artists’ Society Annual Exhibition. The Aberdeen Art Gallery, Aberdeen.

The Malta Arts Fund Small Projects grant. Awarded by the Arts Council Malta.

RSA Residencies for Scotland. Awarded by the Royal Scottish Academy. Printing residency at Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen.

John Kinross Scholarship to Florence. Awarded by the Royal Scottish Academy.

The Maltese Embassy Contemporary Art Collection, Washington D.C.

The European Parliament permanent collection, Brussels

The Malta National Museum of Fine Arts (MUZA) permanent collection, Valletta

The American Embassy, Malta

The Royal Scottish Academy permanent collection, Edinburgh

The Grampian Hospitals Arts Trust, Aberdeen The Public Catalogue Foundation, UK

Private collections in the UK, Malta, Italy, Germany and France

Teresa Sciberras: On Boundaries. 2016. EDE Art Books, Malta.

Bodyless: Retelling African Migration Stories. 2016. Catalogue accompanying the exhibition.

Bettina Hutschek. ‘Hortus Conclusus Recap’. Apr 15 2016.

Kaleidoscope: Contemporary Art from EU Member States. 2013. Catalogue accompanying the exhibition,    published by The Office of Public Works, the Government of Ireland.

Little White Lies. 2011. Catalogue accompanying the exhibition, with texts by Raphael Vella, Gordon Calleja, Konrad Buhagiar, Pierre Mejlak and Jens Bruenslow.

Relocation: Emerging Artists from Malta. 2010. Catalogue accompanying the exhibition, with texts by Raphael Vella. Published by Bank of Valletta, Malta.

Thomas Busch. ‘Homo Melitensis’. InEnArt: Interactive Enthusiasts in Art. Apr 9 2017

Press release. ‘Maltese Artists for Venice Biennale announced’. The Sunday Times of Malta. Mar 12 2017

Press release. ‘The Moral Obligation to Retell Stories’. The Times of Malta. Oct 3 2016

Charlene Vella. ‘The Lingering Spirit’. The Sunday Times of Malta. Jun 16 2013

Press release. ‘Malta participates in Kaleidoscope – The Key Cultural Project of the Irish Presidency of the EU.’ Apr 30 2013

Charlene Vella. ‘Renaissance of Remember’. The Sunday Times of Malta. Jan 1 2012

‘Building and Breaking. Teresa Sciberras.’ Life and Style. Nov 2011

Charlene Vella. ‘The world, our oyster’. The Sunday Times of Malta. May 1 2011

Charlene Vella. ‘Seeking New Perspectives’. The Sunday Times of Malta. Jul 4 2010

Lisa Gwen Baldacchino. ‘Prospectives Please’. The Times of Malta. Jun 10 2010

Lisa Gwen Baldacchino. ‘Cos Shakespeare said it best.’ The Times of Malta. Feb 25 2010

Charlene Vella. ‘Lies, love, and even more lies.’ The Sunday Times of Malta. Feb 21 2010

Lisa Gwen Baldacchino. ‘Conversion in Conversation.’ The Times of Malta. Jan 21 2010

Jo Ann Vassallo. ‘Representing Malta’. Skylife. Aug 2009

Georgina Coburn. ‘RSA New Contemporaries’. a- n Interface. Mar 2 2009

2016 – present
MFA in Visual Art (Painting). University of Malta with MONASH University, Melbourne.

2004 – 2008
B.A. (Hons.) Painting. Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen, Scotland.

2002 – 2003
Foundation course. Santa Reparata International School of Art, Florence, Italy.

1997 – 2001
B.A. (Hons.) English. University of Malta.

2014 – present
Department of Visual Arts, Faculty for the Built Environment. The University of Malta

2011 – present
Institute for the Creative Arts, Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology