Valletta
New curator takes the reins: St John's Co-Cathedral in Valletta embarks on a promising journey
St John’s Co-Cathedral bids farewell to Ms. Cynthia de Giorgio.

Lyndsey Grima

The St John's Co-Cathedral in Valletta has just announced in their recent Facebook post that the museum is entering a new and exciting phase as it bids farewell to Ms. Cynthia de Giorgio, who has been the curator of the cathedral and its museum since 2005.

Cynthia’s tireless efforts over the years have been instrumental in preserving and promoting the rich history and heritage of this iconic landmark. Under her guidance, numerous conservation projects were undertaken, exhibitions were organised, and a dedicated museum was initiated.

However, as one chapter ends, another begins, and St John also took this post as an opportunity to introduce the new curator, Ms. Adriana Alescio. Adriana has been an integral part of the St John's Co-Cathedral team since 2014, serving as the Head Conservator.

Adriana’s work has been marked by an unwavering commitment to preserving the cathedral's architectural marvels and priceless treasures. With her exceptional expertise and dedication, the cathedral strongly believes in her ability to steer the cathedral and its museum into a bright and promising future.

The St John's Co-Cathedral continues to stand as a symbol of Malta's rich cultural heritage, and with this transition, they are determined to continue growing under Adriana’s superb guidance.

8th November 2023


Lyndsey Grima
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