Here comes our weekly Culture Agenda:
INMUTE Festival
For the third year, the InMute Festival proposes yet another series of unique encounters and dialogues between sound and the moving image, in a three-day programme, whose main elements are improvisation, live performance and the interplay between analogue and digital, the arranged and the accidental.
English avant-garde filmmaker Greg Pope and the American film experimentalist Paul Clipson will be presenting live 16mm films, especially prepared for projections with live music, while Greek artists will present their own approach to the topic "sound and the moving image".
The artistic programme will be accompanied by additional activities, including workshops, lectures and a children’s workshop-presentation. The festival will take place on October 30 to November 1 at the Onassis Cultural Center
International Comics Exhibition in Larissa
The exhibition "Bridges: The European Language of the Comics" opened on October 24, at the city of Larissa, with the participation of young and acclaimed Greek and European artists, aiming to promote the rich cultural work of the European creation and the universality of the means of expression that comics use to send messages, emotions and thoughts.
Internationally acclaimed artists as D'Israeli from Britain, Zoltan Fritz from Hungary, Alexandru Ciubotariou from Romania and Greek Tassos Apostolidis will exhibit their works, while visitors will also have the opportunity to participate in educational and creation workshops, speeches and interactive games. 
The exhibition will run through November 10.
The Marriage of Figaro at the Athens Concert Hall
The Athens Concert Hall presents the performance "The Marriage of Figaro" directed by Stathis Livathinos for a second season from October 30 to November 29.
"The Marriage of Figaro" is one of the most fascinating theatrical texts of the 18th century written on the eve of the French Revolution, of which it is considered a forerunner.

The characters fight for a glimpse of happiness, while human weaknesses, class boundaries, financial need and clashing personal interests push the characters away from their goal.
Dimitris Davis Retrospective
The Benaki Museum Pireos Annexe presents an exhibition dedicated to the multifaceted work of Dimitris Davis (1905-1973). The retrospective traces the artist’s realist perspective through oil paintings, sketches, cartoons and samples of book illustrations. 
The exhibition will run through Nov. 29.