A French team of mining archaeologists conducting a subterranean investigation of a 5,000-year-old silver mine at the foot of the Mycenaean Acropolis of Thorikos, in Attica, Greece, have recently discovered a mining complex of ine…

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Year 2016 has been dedicated to the Greek visual artist Yannis Moralis (April 23, 1916 – December 20, 2009) by the Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports on the occasion of the completion of 100 years since his birth. On the occasion, the Ministr…

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In the context of the recent crisis, street art and graffiti have become important mediums of expression and protest in Athens. Walls covered in paint have vividly mirrored and documented the development of the economic and socio-political crisis in…

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The School of Journalism and Mass Communications of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki has announced the opening of the applications period for its English-taught Master’s Degree program in Digital Media, Communication and Journalism

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Drifting Cities, the emblematic trilogy of Stratis Tsirkas, an established novelist in the international literary scene, has turned 50, and is still considered one of the most popular and widely read works of literature in Greece.

The trilogy (The Cl…

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The Biennale di Venezia, established in 1895, has for over a century been one of the most prestigious cultural institutions in the world, and its architecture section, the Biennale of Architecture was established in 1980, providing an opportunity for…

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In this week's "Culture Agenda": book presentation of “Futures: Poetry of the Greek crisis” at the Onassis Cultural Centre (OCC), Ioannis Mitrakas exhibition at the Benaki Museum, the “Grand Detour” exhibition at Beton7 Gallery, Contemporary Music Without Codes at the Athens Concert Hall, Sunday Strolls at the National Archaeological Museum, Music concerts by OCC & Panteion University, as well as interesting festivals all around Greece, such as Bell Roads Parade in Thessaloniki and Artfools filmfest in Larissa.…

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The Archaeological Museum of Tegea in Tripoli, and the Museum of Typography in Chania, are among the 49 nominees for the European Museum of the Year Award 2016, an award presented annually by the European Museum Forum under the auspices of the Counci…

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Hidden children in occupied Greece

The Jewish Museum of Greece presents, until the 23rd of May 2016, an updated version of the exhibition “Hidden Children in Occupied Greece”,exploring the subject of hidden Jewish children during the…

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About 14,000 lifejackets used and discarded by refugees and migrants after their arrival on the coast of Greek island of Lesvos covered Berlin’s Konzerthaus on Saturday 13 February, within the framework of an art project showcased by the famous…

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