Nikos Skalkottas (1904-1949) was one of the most prominent Greek symphonic music composers of the 20th century; virtually unknown during his lifetime, he gained posthumous recognition in Greece and abroad for his daring, original style. Almost 68 yea…

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A new exhibition that recounts the life and work of renowned poet Manolis Anagnostakis was inaugurated by the Hellenic Parliament Foundation on February 12, 2018 by the President of the Parliament Nikos Voutsis as part of UNESCO's Athens Wo…

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Theorimata 2018”, an exhibition organised by the Greek section of the International Association of Art Critics (AICA Hellas), will open this year’s programme at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens (EMST). “Theor…

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Greece, one of the oldest cinematic traditions in Europe is for more than one reasons a film friendly country; its unique light and locations as well as its versatile architecture have attracted many Hollywood productions with “Mama Mia”…

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The Ministry of Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Information, and specifically, the General Secretariat for Information and Communication has taken the initiative to print an original book that gathers 75 interviews of influential personalitie…

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After three years of intense preparation, the historical relocation of the National Library of Greece (NLG) is underway, allowing for the transfer of the Library’s collections from its previous locations in Athens, the Vallianio and Votaniko b…

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The Theocharakis Foundation presents more than 70 of Konstantinos Volanakis’s emblematic works, in an exhibition honoring this master of Greek seascapes, and tracing the evolution of his art. The exhibition under the title “Konstant…

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“Condensation Cube” is a hands-on exhibition documenting the ways in which the political, economic, social and cultural reality was shaped in Greece during the previous decade (2007-2017). It is the spatial materialisation of the Condensa…

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The Phaistos Disk, dating to around 1700-1600 BC and on display at the archaeological museum of Heraklion, is one of the most controversial inscriptions in the history of mankind. Much has been written about it, but there is still much more to b…

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South East European Studies at Oxford (SEESOX), a part of the European Studies Center at St Antony’s College, Oxford University, invites abstract submissions for the International Conference Homeland‒Diaspora Relations in Flux:…

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