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#TextMe_FluffyLibrary

#TextMe_FluffyLibrary

Visual Arts

#TextMe_FluffyLibrary
curation: Vassilis Zidianakis

ATOPOS cvc inaugurates, #TextMe project, a year of actions and events around the book and text in media arts in the context of UNESCO’s ‘Athens 2018, World Book Capital’. #TextMe was an original concept by Atopos artistic director Vassilis Zidianakis who invited Antigoni Tsagkaropoulou to design and implement #TextMe_FluffyLibrary, an unusual library/ a participatory installation/ a collective fairy tale. Antigoni’s work merges imaginary and real worlds, childhood memories and adult life and is influenced by feminist and queer theories.

#TextMe_FluffyLibrary occupies the rooms of Atopos CVC, incorporating in the main artwork the rich book collection of the organisation, which consists of more than 2.500 art and visual culture books. The project combines the logic of a large-scale installation with impromptu performances, collective storytellings, plush sculptures and furry costumes. Fluffy Library is an age-and-genderfluid cuddly environment that creates an otherworldly reading and playing area for both young and old.

#TextMe_FluffyLibrary also operates as a workshop that will produce an unconventional fairy tale. Antigoni Tsagkaropoulou, in collaboration with other artists, scientists, story-tellers, educators and the general public, will create the story of ‘Fluffy’. Fluffy, also known amongst scientists as Flufiella Chimaerica, is a symbiotic creature that occupies and inhabits the entire top floor of Atopos CVC. What we know so far is that it eats books from the library and digests them into knowledge through its fuzzy cavities. Besides Fluffy, visitors will get to meet a series of monstrous, hybrid letters – D, for a dragon princess, P for a little masculine (pixie) fairy, M, for a hairy pink mermaid, H, for a horse with breasts and beard, and many more– that will be constructed during the course of the exhibition and will inhabit and reclaim their places inside books, stories and narratives. Fluffy and its co-habitants, will produce a fairy tale that will celebrate alternative narratives around identity, gender and human relations.

Fluffy Library is a meeting point of alternative narratives and actions around identity, gender and co-existence upon a huge hybridic, fluffy creature. All the events, that are happening inside Fluffy are co-curated and organized by Antigoni Tsagkaropoulou in collaboration with other individuals, artists, educators, friends etc.

- 12 October 2018 - Official Opening + Girlz Live Acts
- 21 November 2018 - Rhinestone Cowboi
- 25 November 2018 - PopTektonism // Vulnerable Monsters
- 02 December 2018 - The Real Athens Queer DIY
- 13 January 2019 - Drag For Kids
- 25 January 2019 - Deviant Monsters
- 14 February 2019 - Fluffy in love

#TextMe_Lab is the academic programme taking place parallel to the Fluffy Library activities. The Lab aspires to transform ATOPOS space into a research center with a series of lectures, discussions, workshops, performances and small exhibitions. All events focus on hybrid languages arising at the intersection of text and other artistic media. Programming themes include: 20th century visual poetry, spoken word performance, the relation between poetry and sound art, and contemporary linguistic phenomena, such as internet pop-culture and new media, and the relation between words and screens. #TextMe_Lab is curated and co-ordinated by Fil Ieropoulos

#TextMe_Lab program:
- 27-29 April 2018 - PokemonPoetry. (performance, workshops)
- 02-07 May 2018 - Aimée Le - Reading, Silence, Slogans. (open studio, various actions)
- 12 May 2018 - SPOONS IN HAIR, WINGS ON GLASSES, SOUNDS ON NOTEBOOKS - Tribute to Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven aka Baroness. (workshop,presentation)
- 18 May 2018 - Memes and online discourse in Greece. (panel, discussion)
- 02 June 2018 - Andriana Minou -"Dream-mine". (performance and Interactive Installation)
- 16-18 June 2018 - Film Poetry Festival & Symposium in collaboration with the Greek Film Archive. (screenings, discussions, workshop)
- 09-16 November - On clarity between velocity and duration. Crumbs that Chondros and Katsiani left behind to find their way. (presentation, exhibition, discussion)
- 01 December - Lena Platonos, queer readings / tribute (Greek National Opera Alternative Stage, SNFCC)
- 07-13 January - Roland Brauchli & Eleanor Vonne Brown / The book as a work of art, approaches. (open studio, various actions)

23 April, 2018 to 23 April, 2019
Info: 

ΑΤΟPOS CVC, Salaminos 72 str., 10435 Metaksourgheio, Athens 104 35, Tel: +302105242004, +302108838151, info@atopos.gr, www.atopos.gr, www.text-me.gr

Hospitality Sponsors
KTIMA EVHARIS | www.domaine-evharis.gr
CITRUS | www.citrus-chios.gr
FIMI DRINKS | www.drinkfimi.gr

Supporting Creativity
NEON | www.neon.org.gr

With the support of
Athens Culture Net | www.athens2018.gr
Founding donor Stavros Niarchos Foundation

As part of
Athens 2018 World Book Capital | www.athensculturenet.com

Organization / Production: 
ATOPOS CVC
Venue: 
ATOPOS CVC
Duration: 
23 April 2018 - 22 April 2019
Hours: 
Thursday & Friday : 14:00 - 20:00, Saturday & Sunday: 12:00 - 18:00
Tickets: 
Free entrance
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23/04/2018 to 22/04/2019
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Athens 2018 World Book Capital

Athens 2018 World Book Capital

Book

Athens 2018 World Book Capital

From April 2018 to April 2019 the city celebrates the great UNESCO distinction. For one year, true to the slogan “Books Everywhere, Culture in Neighbourhoods”, Athens will be  the place where the universal heart of the written word will be beating!

One year after hosting the most celebrated contemporary art event, documenta 14, UNESCO’s designation of Athens as World Book Capital is one more unique opportunity for the city to establish itself as an independent cultural destination.

23 April, 2018 to 22 April, 2019
Info: 

Athens is ready for a great celebration, an experience unlike any other! A whole year full of books, reading, culture and events that promote knowledge. Whether younger or older, Athenian or visitor; all are welcome to join the festivities. Our aim? To bring books to every neighbourhood and to every corner of the city.

Let’s get started! #Athens2018

Email: info@athens2018.gr
Facebook: @athens2018worldbookcapital
Instagram: athens2018worldbookcapital

Venue: 
All over the city
Hours: 
Various
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23/04/2018 to 22/04/2019
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The countless aspects of Beauty

The countless aspects of Beauty

Exhibition

An inexhaustible source of inspiration and cause of deeply felt emotions, Beauty, is visually perceptible in the ancient works of art, constituting an ever changing picture across the history of human creation. The new temporary exhibition of the National Archaeological Museum «The countless aspects of Beauty» brings out the different versions of aesthetics within variegated social and cultural contexts from the Neolithic period up to late Antiquity, making the best of the exceptionally wide chronological spectrum covered by the collections of the National Archaeological Museum. Three hundred and forty antiquities from its rich collections, in combination with contemporary digital applications, offer an aesthetic feast and promise a journey through time full of aesthetic gratifications.

More precisely, the exhibition narrative unfolds in four parts:
In «Aesthetica Aeterna» we see on display selected objects of everyday life that record the continuous alternations and different facets of aesthetics in human diachrony. «The beautiful and the desirable» attempts an essential approach to the aesthetic preferences of the ancient societies on the basis of what the ancient Greek myths reveal about beauty and the archaeological finds that relate to clothing, hairstyles and beautification. The third part titled «Focusing on the Body» illustrates the expression of beauty in the visual rendering of the human body from the Neolithic period to historic times. At the end, «The endless quest» aims at the aesthetic contemplation on the significance of the beautiful and its value for humans.
Among the age-old secrets of Aphrodite that are presented in the exhibition, the world of perfumes takes a special place. In collaboration with the Korres Company, there were created perfumes inspired from information recorded in the ancient sources.
The exhibition, throughout its duration, will encompass an array of experimental workshops. Scientists, artists and artisans from Greece and abroad, will offer their specialized knowledge to exemplify for the visitors experimental approaches regarding weaving techniques of the Neolithic period, garments of the Aegean world in the second millennium B.C., such as the Mycenaean costumes, the colorfulness of ancient sculptures and the depiction of the Beautiful through the ancient Greek music.

8 August, 2018 to 31 August, 2019
Info: 

Opening hours (summer schedule until 31/10): Monday 13:00-20:00, Tuesday-Sunday 08:00-20:00

Language: 
Greek, English
Duration: 
December 2019
Hours: 
Monday 13:00-20:00, Tuesday-Sunday 08:00-20:00
Special remarks: 
Credit cards are accepted
Wheelchair accessible
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08/08/2018 to 31/08/2019
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Sundays guided tours at the Industrial Gas Museum with free admission

Sundays guided tours at the Industrial Gas Museum with free admission

Museum tour

Along with the experienced people of our Museum, we follow the gas production line, ‘listen’ to the workers’ stories, touch the machines that until recently filled the city with power and light.

14 October, 2018 to 28 April, 2019
Info: 

*For adults and families

October 2018 - April 2019
When: Every Sunday
Time: 11 am
Meeting point: Central chimney

*Bookings and more info
T. +30 2130109325, +30 2130109300
gasmuseum@athens-technopolis.gr
www.gasmuseum.gr

Hours: 
11:00
Tickets: 
Free Admission
Special remarks: 
Wheelchair accessible
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14/10/2018 to 28/04/2019
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Nikos Kazantzakis’ Winged Horse

Nikos Kazantzakis’ Winged Horse

Theatre

MEGARON FOR CHILDREN – THEATRE

3 November, 2018 to 21 April, 2019
Info: 

Megaron for Children presents a never-before published fairy story by Nikos Kazantzakis in an exciting theatrical adaptation by Vassilis Mavrogeorgiou. A fairy story penned by the imagination of the Cretan writer, it’s a journey to the magic of the Far East, for children and adults. The story unfolds engaging the little viewers, evoking in song a world populated by kings and princesses, magicians and dervishes, pedlars and caravans.

Director: Vassilis Mavrogeorgiou
Theatrical adaptation: Andri Theodotou
Music: Nikos Kypourgos
Set designer: Thaleia Melissa
Costume designer: Ifigeneia Daoudaki
Movement director: Elena Gerodimou
Lighting: Stella Kaltsou
Fight choreographer: Thanos Dermatis
Assistant director: Chryssa Vakali
Scientific advisor: Nikos Mathioudakis

Featuring performers:
Michalis Vrettos, Thanassis Dovris, Orfeas Zafeiropoulos, Michalis Koilakos, Irene Konstantinou, Sotiris Mentzelos, Giannis Bisbikopoulos, Grigoris Poimenidis, Giorgos Tsourmas, Giorgos Fountoukos, Thanassis Halkias, Stelios Hatzigeorgiou

- For children aged 5+
- Seats are not numbered

Daily shows for schools and groups
Information + 30 210 8668572 – 210 8665144 (tel & fax)

Organization / Production: 
Kazantzakis Editions
Venue: 
Children's Stage A' New Exhibition Hall
Hours: 
11.30 , 15.00
Tickets: 
General admission: € 12
Special remarks: 
Parking
Credit cards are accepted
Wheelchair accessible
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03/11/2018 to 21/04/2019
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Fighting for Peace: Greece – Italy – Spain in the 1980s

Fighting for Peace: Greece – Italy – Spain in the 1980s

exhibition

With posters, pictures, specialized publications, articles and further documentation from public and private collections from Greece and abroad, the exhibition reveals the multidimensional aspect of peace protests in Southern Europe of the 1980s.

15 November, 2018 to 31 March, 2019
Info: 

The exhibition presents the antiwar movement in Southern Europe, through a multilayer historical retrospection of the 1980s. The aftermath of the devastating Second World War and the emergence of the Cold War saw thousands of people rallying around the cause of peace and disarmament, thus becoming the core of massive political activism and building new ideological and political identities. During the nuclear weapons crisis peoples not only in the South but also in the whole Europe, attempted to review their past, present and future; their strong mobilization against the installation of new nuclear weapons in Europe depicted the rapid social, cultural and technological transformations of the time that concurred with the wide spread fear of nuclear devastation. This fact gave global impetus to a massive and strong antiwar movement, in close relation with other movements of the time, such as the youth, the feminist, the trades unions, the environmental, which affected profoundly societies and political agendas.

Duration: 
November 2018-March 2019
Hours: 
Daily: 9.00-16.00, Thursday & Friday 9.00-20.00, Weekend 10.00-15.00
Tickets: 
Free entrance
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15/11/2018 to 31/03/2019
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Bubble Jam

Bubble Jam

Theatre

Daniel Wetzel (Rimini Protokoll)

The interactive installation “Bubble Jam” leads a group into an experiment with itself. On this digital stage, the characters don’t exist in space, but on our screens. We follow and respond to their messages. Who is it on the other end? And who are we in this cloud?

24 November, 2018 to 21 April, 2019
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“Who is on the other end of the internet and what are the processes between us when communicating online?" Asking this question, Daniel Wetzel, founding member of the internationally acclaimed Rimini Protokoll, sets up an interactive installation for the peers of YouTube; for those who use messengers despite the age restriction; for the upcoming generation of digital natives.
 
We, as is usually in theatre, meet in the same space, yet this time a large part of the stage design has been converted into code. An interactive play and an experiment among us, Bubble Jam invites its visitors to act as members of a cloud that explores itself. How are joint decisions made? What happens when algorithms enter that process? And who or what do we “like” and “follow”?

 

CREDITS
Concept and Direction: Daniel Wetzel
Written by: Daniel Wetzel, Nikolas Hanakoulas, Giorgos Panagiotakis
Space: Dido Gkogkou
Light: Guy Stefanou
Software system design and implementation: Dimitris Trakas (ViRA)
Graphics: Dimitris Trakas, Renia Papathanasiou (ViRA)
Sound design and programming: Lambros Pigounis
Script editors: Andreas G. Andreou, Kostis Kapidakis
Project coordinator: Nikos Voyatzis
Trainee: Kristin Brechler
Assistant space designer: Iliana Kaladami
Assistant sound designer: Stefanos Siminelakis
Consultant-psychologist: Florentia Bakomitrou
Production management: Juliane Männel (Rimini Protokoll), Yalena Kleidara (Apparat Athen)
Technical director (Rimini Protokoll): Martin Schwemin
Photo © Stavros Habakis 
In the code: Andreas G. Andreou, Dimitris Trakas
In the crowd: Nikolas Hanakoulas, Kostis Kapidakis 
Special thanks to: Daphne Aidoni, Alexandra Bousiou, Sebastian Drews, Barbara Ehnes, Martha Foka, Dimitris Kalakidis, Marilena Katranidou, Eleni Kolovou, Arianna Kontopanou, Dimitris Lianos, Aimilia Panagiotaki, Victoria Panagiotaki, Jean Peters, Ilias Pantazis, Michalis Papantonopoulos, Natasha Tsintikidi, Mary Voyatzaki, Zoi Wetzel

Produced by: Onassis Stegi and Rimini Apparat
Co-producer: The Cultural Schoolbag Norway / DKS Asker (Asker municipality)
 
Using technology and elements that have been developed for the Rimini Protokoll Project “Dreaming Collectives. Tapping Sheep”, written by Daniel Wetzel and Ioanna Valsamidou  (Staatstheater Dresden and others, 2017).

For teenagers 12+ years old with or without parents

Venue: 
5th floor - Young Theatre Workshop
Duration: 
1 hour and 10 minutes
Hours: 
Evening performances for the public: Saturday & Sunday | 19:00 & Morning performances for schools: Thursday & Friday | 11:00
Tickets: 
5-12 €
Special remarks: 
Parking
Reservations are accepted
Credit cards are accepted
Wheelchair accessible
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24/11/2018 to 21/04/2019
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A Brief Guide for Prospective Tightrope Walkers

A Brief Guide for Prospective Tightrope Walkers

Puppet Theatre

Stathis Markopoulos (Ayusaya Puppet Theatre)

Jumping-in-the-air-and-gravity-defying puppets come to meet you and tell you their big secret: “Nothing ties you to the ground; dance, you shan’t fall!”

30 November, 2018 to 31 May, 2019
Info: 

A modern, lyrical puppet theatre for all ages, with live music and a revolutionary mood; it’s this year’s original ‘away offsite performance produced by the Onassis Stegi for high-school students, teachers and other special audience groups, such as inmates, senior citizens, the chronically ill, people in rehabilitation centres, people with disabilities and everybody who is unable to access the arts easily, or is in remote areas.

We are all tightrope walkers, hence worthy of attaining freedom; this is what Jean Genet seems to be telling us in his famous lyrical manifesto “Le Funambule” (“The Tightrope Walker”, 1955), which has inspired this performance by the Ayusaya Puppet Theatre.

Puppet players, musicians and dancers give life to hand-made puppets. Drawing inspiration from Genet’s instructions to the tightrope walker Abdallah Bentaga, to whom he dedicated his allegorical essay, our troupe invites us to discover the craftsman-artist inside us all and respond to the challenges he sets us in the art of living.

CREDITS
Direction-set design-constructions-puppets-: Stathis Markopoulos (Ayusaya Puppet Theatre)
Dramaturgy: Vicky Georgiadou
Movement: Antonis Koutroumbis (Plefsis Group)
Original Music: George Kastanos
Cast: George Kastanos, Vassilki Maltsaki, Stathis Markopoulos, Anneta Stefanopoulou, Maria Fountouli
Executive Production: Delta Pi 
Produced by: Onassis Stegi 
The performance is based on the translation by Christoforos Liontakis of Jean Genet’s “Le Funambule – Le Condamné à mort” (“The Tightrope Walker – The Man Sentenced to Death”), Ekdoseis Eikostou Protou (21st c. Editions), Athens, 2016.

Venue: 
Outside the Onassis Stegi
Hours: 
11:00-13:00
Tickets: 
Free entrance | Reservation and more info: T. 213 017 8002, Email: education@sgt.gr
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30/11/2018 to 31/05/2019
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Alexander Lamont Henderson. 1904 Holiday Snaps

Alexander Lamont Henderson. 1904 Holiday Snaps

Exhibition

Alexander Lamont Henderson (1838-1907) was a photographer who was distinguished for his services by Queen Victoria of Britain and a member of the Royal Photographic Society. The information related to his life and work is poor as his "royal" images were destroyed after the death of Queen Victoria and his "commercial" work which was donated to the library of the London Guildhall Museum in 1907 was destroyed in 1940's bombing. A set of what he himself called "Holiday snaps" could possibly be the only part of his work that is saved nowadays. It consists of photographs taken between 1884 and 1906 during his trips in Mediterranean countries.
The exhibition will present for the first time the photographs he took in Greece in 1904. His lens turns away from the iconographic stereotypes of the time and depicts scenes from everyday life in the city with the vendors being the protagonists. The images taken inside the royal palaces in Athens and Tatoi are also of great interest.
The selection of themes will be based on 86 exemplary glass plates (diapositives) which were recently kindly donated to the Benaki Museum Photographic Archives.

12 December, 2018 to 4 May, 2019
Info: 

Alexander Lamont Henderson (1838-1907) was a photographer who was distinguished for his services by Queen Victoria of Britain and a member of the Royal Photographic Society.
The exhibition will present for the first time the photographs he took in Greece in 1904. His lens turns away from the iconographic stereotypes of the time and depicts scenes from everyday life in the city with the vendors being the protagonists. The images taken inside the royal palaces in Athens and Tatoi are also of great interest.
The selection of themes will be based on 86 exemplary glass plates (diapositives) which were recently kindly donated to the Benaki Museum Photographic Archives.

Organization / Production: 
Benaki Museum, Cultural Association "Skiathos"
Venue: 
The Gkika Gallery
Language: 
Greek, English
Duration: 
12/12/2018 - 04/05/2019
Hours: 
Friday, Saturday: 10:00 - 18:00
Tickets: 
€ 5
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12/12/2018 to 04/05/2019
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Crete. Emerging cities: Aptera – Εleutherna – Knossos

Crete. Emerging cities: Aptera – Εleutherna – Knossos

Museum

The Museum of Cycladic Art (https://cycladic.gr/) , the Regional Services of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports (Ephorates of Antiquities of Chania, Rethymno, and Herakleion) and the Region of Crete (https://www.crete.gov.gr/) are co-organizing the exhibition entitled “Crete. Emerging cities: Aptera ― Eleutherna ― Knossos. Three ancient cities revived” from 12 December 2018 to 30 April 2019. This is a multi-faceted exhibition with rich audio-visual aids, including screens, maps, and innovative technologies.

The exhibition focuses on three of Crete’s one-hundred cities, according to Homer (hekatompolis), and their common characteristics: their establishment, acme, decline, destruction, abandonment, and demise. Cities with centuries-long history, cities that were abandoned and forgotten, but are also tangible examples of archaeological investigation using similar or different approaches.

12 December, 2018 to 30 April, 2019
Info: 

The exhibition comprises approximately 500 artefacts dating from the Neolithic (7th-6th millennium BC) to the Byzantine period (8th century AD), some newly discovered, others from old excavations, most of them never presented to the public before: statues, reliefs, figurines, inscriptions, vases, weapons, jewellery, coins, and other artefacts of various materials—limestone, marble, clay, metal (bronze, iron, silver, and gold), faience, glass, ivory, and semi-precious stones. This is the first time that so many artefacts leave the storerooms of the Antiquities Ephorates and display cases of the museums of Crete for a temporary exhibition in Athens.

Antiquities from each one of the three cities speak of its territory, public and private life, religious beliefs, sanctuaries, and cemeteries, fragments of its historical continuum. A special place is given to artefacts relating to each city’s founding myths and also to personal stories: Soterios from Eleutherna who live and died at Aptera, the young man of Eleutherna who died before knowing love, and the child buried with their toys at Knossos.

The exhibition also showcases Renaissance books and maps, including the Vincenzo Maria Coronelli’s map of Crete (1707) with its famous fruit garland inscribed with the names of the 100 Cretan cities mentioned by Homer, including the three presented here.

Language: 
English | Greek
Hours: 
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday: 10:00-17:00, Thursday: 10:00-20:00, Sunday: 11:00-17:00, Tuesday: Closed.
Tickets: 
Admission: 7€ | Reduced admission: €3.5 | Groups of 15 or more: €5 (per person) | General admission on Mondays: € 3.5 | Entry is free for the Friends of the Museum of Cycladic Art
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12/12/2018 to 30/04/2019
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2019 - Skalkottas year

2019 - Skalkottas year

Music

On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the death of Nikos Skalkottas, the four organizations that are housed in the Athens Concert Hall call 2019 "Skalkottas Year" and organize a series of anniversary events at the Megaron Mousikis, which include, among others, concerts , discussions, exhibition, international conference, composition contest and training programs. This brings together for the first time their artistic and scientific forces in a collective course throughout the year that will give the honor to Nikos Skalkotas.

During "2019 Skalkottas Year", the Friends of Music Society with its Music Library "Lilian Voudouri", the Athens Concert Hall, the Athens State Orchestra and the Greek Composers Union , in collaboration with the Hourmouziou - Papaioannou Foundation, co-organize a series of events that aim to re-recommend us the Greek composer and the genius of his music. They also aspire to show that Skalkotas' music, exciting and unpredictable, can speak directly not only to the "connoisseurs" but also to the wider audience.

1 January, 2019 to 31 December, 2019
Info: 

On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the death of Nikos Skalkottas, the four organizations that are housed in the Athens Concert Hall call 2019 "Skalkottos Year" and organize a series of anniversary events at the Megaron Mousikis, which include, among others, concerts , discussions, exhibition, international conference, composition contest and training programs. This brings together for the first time their artistic and scientific forces in a collective course throughout the year that will give the honor to Nikos Skalkotas.

Venue: 
Megaron - The Athens Concert Hall
Hours: 
-
Special remarks: 
Parking
Wheelchair accessible
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01/01/2019 to 31/12/2019
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Music time machine

Music time machine

Comics lab for kids

A narrator and a comic book artist present an original educational workshop that uniquely combines music with speech and image.

Sundays
13 & 20 January, 12:30
10 & 24 February, 12:30
03 & 31 March, 12:30

13 January, 2019 to 31 March, 2019
Info: 

At each meeting the children travel to a different musical destination with the help of the illustrated storytelling. At the end of the workshop, the children become the same creators and make their own comics.

Venue: 
Multipurpose Room
Language: 
Greek
Duration: 
90 minutes
Hours: 
12:30
Tickets: 
€ 10
Special remarks: 
Parking
Credit cards are accepted
Wheelchair accessible
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13/01/2019 to 31/03/2019
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George Zongolopoulos: The Vision of Public Sculpture

George Zongolopoulos: The Vision of Public Sculpture

Exhibition

In collaboration with the George Zongolopoulos Foundation, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center is organizing the first exhibition exclusively dedicated to public sculptures, installed in Greece and other countries, by this iconic artist.

28 January, 2019 to 31 May, 2019
Info: 

The exhibition traces how Zongolopoulos’ public sculpture charges and converses with installation sites, locations in which it enters into communication with the public on a daily basis; it moreover highlights the importance of public art – all the more relevant in view of the fact that this exhibition is held at SNFCC, which aspires to redefine the citizens’ relationship with the public space.
As part of this exhibition, eight sculptures will go on display in outdoor areas in the Agora and the Rear Agora.
Twelve more sculptures – four of them for the first time – will go on display at the 4th-floor atrium of the National Library of Greece, supplemented by maquettes, constructions, drawings, videos, photos and interactive exhibits that place these sculptures in the context of the public sites where they have been installed.
The panel from Zongolopoulos’ studio, the maquette of the Monument of Zalongo and the surrounding area, and an umbrella from the life-size Umbrellas sculpture will also go on public display for the first time.
Furthermore, the exhibition features videos on Zongolopoulos’ life and work; educational programs based on the sculptor’s work will be on offer in other SNFCC areas.

*Courtesy of Region of Epirus

Duration:
28/01 - 31/05
09.00 - 22.00

AGORA - REAR AGORA
4th FLOOR ATRIUM NLG

Hours: 
09.00-22.00
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28/01/2019 to 31/05/2019
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Free musical education workshop: music in pregnancy. maternity and paternity

Free musical education workshop: music in pregnancy. maternity and paternity

Lectures

Educational programme for adults.
Eight seminars aimed at approaching through three different prisms, medicine, psychology and music therapy, the miracle of pregnancy and maternity and paternity.
Language: Greek

6 February, 2019 to 27 March, 2019
Info: 

Educational programme for adults

Venue: 
Lecture Hall of the Music Library
Language: 
Greek
Duration: 
120'
Hours: 
18:00
Tickets: 
50€/35€ (reduced) for all the lectures or 10€/8€ (reduced) for one lecture (two parts)
Special remarks: 
Parking
Credit cards are accepted
Wheelchair accessible
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02/02/2019 to 27/03/2019
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Yannis Moralis, Master Teacher

Yannis Moralis, Master Teacher

Exhibition

Yannis Moralis is known as being one of the greatest Greek artists of the twentieth century. Moralis, however, was more than just a painter, as his teaching influenced and shaped Greek art throughout his own life and over subsequent generations.
The goal of the exhibition is to highlight how Moralis’ liberal teaching style shaped his students, leaving in his wake not simply followers but independent artists, students both male and female, who chose radically different paths.
This exhibition presents paintings by certain of Moralis's students: Marilena Aravantinou, Nikos Kessanlis, Stavros Baltoyannis, Dimitris Condos, Demosthenis Kokkinides, Dimitris Mytaras, Nestor (Papanikolopoulos), Pepi Svoronou, Alecos Fassianos, Rena Papaspyrou, Vangelis Dimitreas, Vasso Kyriaki, Makis Theophylaktopoulos, Chronis Botsoglou, Nikos Paralis, Giorgos Ziakas, Kyriakos Katzourakis, Triantafyllos Patraskides, Zacharias Arvanitis, Yannis Kottis, Thanassis Makris, Olivia Michali, Kostas Papanikolaou and Marilitsa Vlahaki. The works displayed date from the period of their studies and are juxtaposed with their mature creations, in an effort to highlight, on the one hand, how they evolved away from the shadow cast by their teacher; and, on the other hand, the very varied directions which these artists took.
The artists shown were not chosen either as a form of evaluation nor are they representative of the number of exceptional painters, who worked in Moralis's studio. Without in any sense affecting the significance of those included in the exhibition and, even further, of those who were not included, they were selected in order to represent the very expansive range of time Moralis taught at the School: from the end of the nineteen forties to the start of the nineteen eighties.

13 February, 2019 to 5 May, 2019
Info: 

Yannis Moralis is known as being one of the greatest Greek artists of the twentieth century. Moralis, however, was more than just a painter, as his teaching influenced and shaped Greek art throughout his own life and over subsequent generations.
The goal of the exhibition is to highlight how Moralis’ liberal teaching style shaped his students, leaving in his wake not simply followers but independent artists, students both male and female, who chose radically different paths.
This exhibition presents paintings by certain of Moralis's students.The works displayed date from the period of their studies and are juxtaposed with their mature creations, in an effort to highlight, on the one hand, how they evolved away from the shadow cast by their teacher; and, on the other hand, the very varied directions which these artists took.

Venue: 
Benaki Museum of Greek Culture
Language: 
Greek, English
Duration: 
13/02/2019 - 05/05/2019
Hours: 
Wednesday,Friday: 10:00 - 18:00, Thursday,Saturday: 10:00 - 00:00, Sunday: 10:00 - 16:00
Tickets: 
€ 7, € 5
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13/02/2019 to 05/05/2019
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Lucia di Lammermoor

Lucia di Lammermoor

Opera

Mitchell chose to probe into the 19th century woman’s world and see the story through the eyes of the central female character. As a contrasting foil to the dark, male-dominated world of the North -as conceived by Sir Walter Scott-, Mitchell brings woman’s viewpoint to the foreground and sets the entire work within the context of that era’s literature, in an atmosphere, like the one prevailing in the works of the Brontë sisters.

24 February, 2019 to 24 March, 2019
Info: 

Gaetano Donizetti

Lucia di Lammermoor

A co-production with the Royal Opera House

Conductor: Pierre Dumoussaud
Director: Katie Mitchell

PREMIERE 24 FEBRUARY 2019
24 February 2019
3, 20, 22, 24 March 2019

ITALIAN OPERA CYCLE

Greek National Opera - Stavros Niarchos Hall
Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center
Starts at: 20.00 (Sundays at 18.30)

Revival director: Robin Tebbutt
Sets-costumes: Vicki Mortimer
Movement-choreography: Joseph Alford
Lighting: Jon Clark
Lighting supervision: Matthew Mulberry
Chorus master: Agathangelos Georgakatos

Enrico: Tassis Christoyannis
Lucia: Vassiliki Karayanni (24/2 & 3/3) – Christina Poulitsi (20, 22, 24/3)
Sir Edgardo: Yannis Christopoulos
Lord Arturo: Yannis Kalyvas (24/2 & 3, 20, 22, 24/3) – Nikos Stefanou (22/3)
Raimondo: Tassos Apostolou
Alisa: Lydia Vafeiadi
Normanno: Thanasis Evangelou (24/2 & 3/3) – Charalambos Velissarios (20, 22, 24/3)

With the GNO Orchestra, Chorus and Soloists

Ticket prices: €15, €20, €35, €40, €50, €55, €60, €90
Students, reduced: €15 / Limited visibility: €10

Donizetti’s bel canto masterpiece is the first co-production of the Greek National Opera with the Royal Opera House, sponsored by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation.

The production directed by the renowned British director Katie Mitchell received highly successful premieres in London in 2016 and in Athens in 2018.

Mitchell chose to probe into the 19th century woman’s world and see the story through the eyes of the central female character. As a contrasting foil to the dark, male-dominated world of the North -as conceived by Sir Walter Scott-, Mitchell brings woman’s viewpoint to the foreground and sets the entire work within the context of that era’s literature, in an atmosphere, like the one prevailing in the works of the Brontë sisters.

In Lucia, the stage is separated in two parts, as Mitchell suggests two parallel narratives: on the one side the audience watches all that is described in the opera’s libretto and on the other side light is shed on the events that take place in parallel, events which fill in the blanks of the narrative and reveal the work’s feminine aspect.

The wonderful sets and costumes, distinguished by their high aesthetic quality and rare detail, were designed by the exceptional British set designer Vicki Mortimer. After eight highly successful sold out performances at the Stavros Niarchos Hall, the Greek National Opera remounts the work in February and March 2019.

Organization / Production: 
Royal Opera House
Venue: 
Greek National Opera Stavros Niarchos Hall / Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center
Hours: 
09.00-21.00
Special remarks: 
Parking
Credit cards are accepted
Wheelchair accessible
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24/02/2019 to 24/03/2019
 
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THE WORLD OF BANKSY

THE WORLD OF BANKSY

visual arts

The World of Banksy
Art exhibition dedicated to Banksy by People Entertainment group

27 February, 2019 to 26 March, 2019
Info: 

A tribute to the World of Banksy

Organization / Production: 
People Entertainment Group
Hours: 
10:00 - 23:00
Special remarks: 
Wheelchair accessible
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27/02/2019 to 26/03/2019
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«Japan and the Book» | Ukiyo-e (Images of a Flowing World), Manga of Hokusai (Random or Strange images) and the books by Lefkadio Hern

«Japan and the Book» | Ukiyo-e (Images of a Flowing World), Manga of Hokusai (Random or Strange images) and the books by Lefkadio Hern

Exchibition

A unique exhibition titled "Japan and the Book", featuring works from one of the richest and most important world collections of Japanese art of the Asian Art Museum of Corfu, such as the 19th century fine works of art, the rare editions of Lefcadio Hearn , and illustrations in fantastic stories, as well as Hokusai manga.
The exhibition under the title «Japan and the Book» Ukiyo-e (Images of a Flowing World), Manga of Hokusai (Random or Strange images) and the books by Lefkadio Hern on Monday, will open at March 4, 2019, at 19:30
at the Municipal Gallery of Athens, and will be held until May 3.

Curated by Despina Zernioti, Ntenis Zaxaropoulos
Duration : 04/03 – 03/05/2019

Municipal Gallery of Athens
Metaxourgio Building, Leonidou & Myllerou str, Athens

Τel. 210 52 02 420-21, Metro station: Metaxourgio
Opening Hours: Tuesday 10:00-21:00 , Wednesday - Saturday 10:00-19:00,
Sunday 10:00-16:00

Co-organization:
City of Athens, Cultural, Sport & Youth Organization (OPANDA)
“Athens 2018, World Book Capital” City of Athens
Ministry of Cultural and Sports
General Directorate of Antiquities & Cultural Heritage
Corfu Museum of Asian Art

4 March, 2019 to 3 May, 2019
Info: 

The exhibition is Under the auspices of the Embassy of Japan in Greece
for the "120 years of diplomatic relations Japan-Greece".

In particular, the exhibition will present 68 works of the Museum, original color shavings by the great representatives of Ukiyo-e, Japan's most important art historian, with a prominent weight in the artwork of the legendary Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849), father of today's manga, as well as the special conversation of the two cultures, through the presentation of the work of Greek Lefkadio Hearn (1850-1904), who lived in Japan in the 19th century and had such a critical influence on the spread of Japanese literature and art , who was recognized as a "national writer" of Japan.

Organization / Production: 
Embassy of Japan in Greece, “Athens 2018, World Book Capital” City of Athens, Ministry of Cultural and Sports General Directorate of Antiquities & Cultural Heritage Corfu Museum of Asian Art
Venue: 
Municipal Gallery of Athens Metaxourgio Building
Language: 
Greek-Japanese
Duration: 
During visiting hours
Hours: 
Tuesday 10:00-21:00, Wednesday, Saturday 10:00-19:00, Sunday 10:00-16:00
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04/03/2019 to 03/05/2019
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Ioanna Papantoniou. «Doulamas» the magnificent An exceptional overcoat

Ioanna Papantoniou. «Doulamas» the magnificent An exceptional overcoat

Exhibition

The Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation organizes the exhibition "Ioanna Papantoniou “Doulamas” the magnificent. An exceptional overcoat."
The aim of the exhibition is to analyse the long time relationship of Ioanna Papantoniou with the doulamas, a relationship based on her research that brought to light the different variations of the garment, but mainly on the inspiration she drew from it during her long career as a stage costume designer. Some of her creations for many theatrical productions for the National Theatre of Greece, the National Theatre of Northern Greece, the Greek National Opera and the Thessaly Theatre will be on display at the exhibition.

Finally, Ioanna Papantoniou took the opportunity of her participation in the 2017 ICOM Costume Committee meeting to propose to a number of Greek designers an experimental exhibition, held at the “Kanari 4”, Athens, leading to a larger one, on the doulamas and the pirpiri, having as an example the Dries van Noten Inspirations exhibition in MoMu, Antwerp 2015.

7 March, 2019 to 26 May, 2019
Info: 

The Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation organizes the exhibition "Ioanna Papantoniou “Doulamas” the magnificent. An exceptional overcoat."
The aim of the exhibition is to analyse the long time relationship of Ioanna Papantoniou with the doulamas, a relationship based on her research that brought to light the different variations of the garment, but mainly on the inspiration she drew from it during her long career as a stage costume designer. Some of her creations for many theatrical productions for the National Theatre of Greece, the National Theatre of Northern Greece, the Greek National Opera and the Thessaly Theatre will be on display at the exhibition.

Organization / Production: 
Benaki Museum, “V. Papantoniou” Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation
Venue: 
Benaki Museum of Greek Culture
Language: 
Greek, English
Duration: 
07/03/2019 - 26/05/2019
Hours: 
Wednesday,Friday: 10:00 - 18:00, Thursday,Saturday: 10:00 - 00:00, Sunday: 10:00 - 16:00
Tickets: 
€ 7, € 3,5
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07/03/2019 to 26/05/2019
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Thursday's meetings

Thursday's meetings

Presentation

The contemporary Greek photographers' presentations continue in March

7 March, 2019 to 21 March, 2019
Info: 

“Thursday's meetings”, coordinated by Platon Rivellis and organized in cooperation with the "Photography Circle", aim to introduce the work of contemporary Greek photographers. The photographers, selected by Platon Rivellis and members of the “Photography Circle”, present their work, discuss about their themes, approach and artistic choices. Each presentation is followed by an open discussion with the audience.

The presentations’ schedule for March 2019 is as follows:

> March 7: Christina Antoniou, Spyros Yarmenitis & Eirini Lachana
> March 21: Maria Zeri, Aleka Iakovidou & Vania Papadakou

Venue: 
Hellenic American Union Theater
Language: 
Greek
Hours: 
19:00
Tickets: 
Admission is free
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07/03/2019 to 21/03/2019
 
 
The Marriage of Figaro

The Marriage of Figaro

Opera

The Marriage of Figaro, the first of Mozart’s three operas to a libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte, returns to the Greek National Opera. Based on Beaumarchais’s comedy La folle journée, ou le Mariage de Figaro, the work was first presented in Vienna in 1786, a few years before the French Revolution.

23 March, 2019 to 20 April, 2019
Info: 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

The Marriage of Figaro

Conductors: Marios Papadopoulos (23, 27, 29, 31/3 & 12/4)
- Giorgos Balatsinos (14, 17, 20/4)
Director: Alexandros Efklidis

PREMIERE 23 MARCH 2019
23, 27, 29, 31 March 2019
12, 14, 17, 20 April 2019

MOZART CYCLE

Greek National Opera - Stavros Niarchos Hall
Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center
Starts at: 19.30 (Sundays at 18.30)

Dramaturg - Collaborating Director: Angela-Kleopatra Saroglou
Sets: Yiannis Katranitsas
Costumes: Ioanna Tsami
Lighting: Melina Mascha
Movement: Konstantinos Rigos
Chorus master: Agathangelos Georgakatos

Count Almaviva
Dimitris Tiliakos (23, 29/3 & 12, 14/4)
Dionyssis Sourbis (27, 31/3 & 17, 20/4)

Countess Almaviva
Maria Mitsopoulou (23, 29/3 & 12, 14/4)
Myrsini Margariti (27, 31/3 & 17, 20/4)

Susanna
Vassiliki Karayanni (23, 29/3 & 12, 14/4)
Chrissa Maliamani (27, 31/3 & 17, 20/4)

Figaro
Panagiotis Economou (23, 29/3 & 12, 14/4)
Yannis Selitsaniotis (27, 31/3 & 17, 20/4)

Cherubino
Artemis Bogri (23, 29/3 & 12, 14/4)
Miranda Makrynioti (27, 31/3 & 17, 20/4)

Marcellina
Elena Kelesidi (23, 29/3 & 12, 14/4)
Despoina Skarlatou (27, 31/3 & 17, 20/4)

Bartolo
TBA
Dimitris Kassioumis

Basilio
Nikos Stefanou (23, 29/3 & 12, 14/4)
Christos Kechris (27, 31/3 & 17, 20/4)

Don Curzio
Stamatis Beris (23, 29/3 & 12, 14/4)
Dionyssis Melogiannidis (27, 31/3 & 17, 20/4)

Antonio
Kostis Rasidakis
TBA

With the GNO Orchestra and Chorus

Ticket prices: €15, €20, €30, €35, €42, €50, €55, €70
Students, reduced: €15 / Limited visibility: €10

The Marriage of Figaro, the first of Mozart’s three operas to a libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte, returns to the Greek National Opera. Based on Beaumarchais’s comedy La folle journée, ou le Mariage de Figaro, the work was first presented in Vienna in 1786, a few years before the French Revolution. The libretto reflects the era’s unrest and the tension in the relations between different social classes: on the one hand the count and the countess and on the other hand their servants, Susanna and Figaro. Mozart’s masterly music outlines each character by simple means. Apart from the usual arias for each role and the duets between them, the composer creates incredibly imaginative ensembles, like the famous septet in Act Two: starting with one, then two, three, four, five, six and in the end seven characters discuss with each other during a thrilling music part, which lasts for twenty minutes without, however, losing its clarity and power. But above all, it is a work whose characters are principally humane, with all their aspects, both positive and dark ones, equally brought out into the light.

The director of the production and artistic director of the GNO Alternative Stage, Alexandros Efklidis, notes: “The Marriage of Figaro, as well as the rest of the works resulting from the Mozart-Da Ponte cooperation, often suffer from their unquestionable classification as timeless masterpieces: their playful, comic and even farcical character, is outweighed before the dazzle caused by their musical genius as well as the density of meanings co-articulated through the ideal co-existence of music and speech. This new production of the work for the Greek National Opera focuses on Mozart’s comic, yet paradoxical world of opera and attempts to bring out the subtleties of the composer’s musico-dramatic genius. Within a movie set which reflects a universe of retro paradoxicality, Mozart’s heroes morph into cogs in a strange world, put together by the opera’s theatrical details; meanwhile, emphasis is given on the timeless struggle for social climbing and decency.”

Hours: 
09.00-21.00
Special remarks: 
Parking
Credit cards are accepted
Wheelchair accessible
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23/03/2019 to 20/04/2019
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"Decay"

"Decay"

Painting Exhibition

A painting exhibition by Vangelis Papadopoulos entitled "Decay".

15 March, 2019 to 10 April, 2019
Info: 

Vangelis Papadopoulos is inspired by the details of the urban environment, he paints the time that passes and the marks left behind while the time is passing.

Venue: 
16 Herakleidon Str.
Hours: 
Monday-Tuesday: 10:00-15:00 & from Wednesday to Sunday: 10:00-18:00
Tickets: 
Just with the exhibition ticket
Special remarks: 
Credit cards are accepted
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15/03/2019 to 10/04/2019
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Photographic Pairs 2019

Photographic Pairs 2019

Photo exhibition

The series of exhibitions in cooperation with the “Photography Circle” continues with the photo exhibition of Pavlos Kourkafas and Angelos Balatsas

18 March, 2019 to 6 April, 2019
Info: 

The yearly exhibition series, directed by photo critic and founder of the "Photographic Circle, Platon Rivellis, features the work of two photographers, both members of the “Photography Circle”, whose paths in life or photography cross.

This year, the pair of the ninth consecutive exhibition, curated by photographer Panos Rozakis, are Pavlos Kourkafas and Angelos Balatsas.

The photos of Pavlos Kourkafas and Angelos Balatsas do full justice to the title of the exhibition series, seeing as their photographic coexistence, like any meaningful coexistence, is based on shared pursuits and deep spiritual kinship, but is nurtured by differences and fruitful juxtapositions.

Organization / Production: 
Hellenic American Union, Hellenic American College (HAEC), Photography Circle
Venue: 
Hellenic American Union, Kennedy Gallery
Hours: 
Opening: Monday, March 18, 2019, 19:30 - Gallery hours: Monday-Friday: 12:00-21:00, Saturday: 10:30-14:30, clοsed on Sunday
Tickets: 
Admission is free
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18/03/2019
 
29η SciFY Academy

29η SciFY Academy

Corporate events

29η SciFY Academy: Science & Technology in the public sphere

19 March, 2019
Info: 

SciFY, Prisma Magazine and Innovathens powered by Samsung, are inviting you to the 209th SciFY Academy, entitled "Science & Technology in the public sphere" which will be held on 19 March 2019 at 19:00 at Innovathens powered by Samsung in Technopolis City of Athens.

Submit your attendance: http://go.scify.gr/sfacIN29Tickets
Facebook Event: http://go.scify.gr/sfacIN29FBEvent
Event program: http://go.scify.gr/sfacIN29Progr
Speakers: http://go.scify.gr/sfacIN29Speakers
Find out more about the event: http://go.scify.gr/sfacIN29Info

Organization / Production: 
SciFY, Prisma Magazine, Innovathens powered by Samsung
Venue: 
Innovathens powered by Samsung
Hours: 
19:00 -20:30
Special remarks: 
Wheelchair accessible
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19/03/2019
 
 
Roads of Arabia: Archaeological Treasures from Saudi Arabia

Roads of Arabia: Archaeological Treasures from Saudi Arabia

Exhibition

The exhibition explores the fascinating story and the multifaceted character of the Arabic Peninsula from antiquity to modern times.
The cultural evolution of the Arabian Peninsula from the prehistoric era until the 20th century is revealed through exhibits that are associated with early nomadic movements, trade routes that linked the peninsula with the Mediterranean, Mesopotamia and the rest of Asia, as well as with pilgrimage roads leading to Mecca from the 7th century AD onwards. The close proximity of the Greco-Roman world to the Arabian Peninsula and the cultural pluralism developed in the regions are revealed through a series of objects, inspired by the arts of antiquity that were either transported there through the caravan routes or were produced locally.

The exhibition introduces the most important prehistoric settlements, presents findings of significant cultures of antiquity and late antiquity and reaches the Islamic era, with artifacts created during the various Islamic dynasties until the unification of Saudi Arabia.

Large-scale sculpture, gold burial ornaments, tombstones and precious offerings constitute some of the exhibition objects aiming to familiarise the Greek audience with the historical and cultural heritage of the Arabian Peninsula.

The exhibition was inaugurated at the Louvre in 2010 and since then it has been shown in three different continents, and many cities such as Rome, Berlin, Barcelona, Saint Peter, Washington, Pennsylvania, Kansas, Houston, Beijing, Seoul, Tokyo and Abu Dhabi. The exhibition at the Benaki Museum -the exhibition’s 16th stop- signifies the first event in the southeast Mediterranean.

21 March, 2019 to 26 May, 2019
Info: 

The exhibition explores the fascinating story and the multifaceted character of the Arabic Peninsula from antiquity to modern times.
The exhibition introduces the most important prehistoric settlements, presents findings of significant cultures of antiquity and late antiquity and reaches the Islamic era, with artifacts created during the various Islamic dynasties until the unification of Saudi Arabia.
The exhibition was inaugurated at the Louvre in 2010 and since then it has been shown in three different continents, and many cities such as Rome, Berlin, Barcelona, Saint Peter, Washington, Pennsylvania, Kansas, Houston, Beijing, Seoul, Tokyo and Abu Dhabi. The exhibition at the Benaki Museum -the exhibition’s 16th stop- signifies the first event in the southeast Mediterranean.

Organization / Production: 
Benaki Museum, Saudi Commission for Tourism &National Heritage, The National Museum
Venue: 
Benaki Museum / 138 Pireos St.
Language: 
Greek, English
Duration: 
21/03/2019 - 26/05/2019
Hours: 
Thursday,Sunday: 10:00 - 18:00 Friday,Saturday: 10:00 - 22:00
Tickets: 
€ 8, € 4
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Τhe Book Lab by the Industrial Gas Museum Shop

Τhe Book Lab by the Industrial Gas Museum Shop

kids literature

An interactive educational and creative program for kids (age 6+) about the process of writing a book, the history of books and how they were created from the ancient times until today.

23 March, 2019
Info: 

A kids' workshop about book writing and book evolution through the decades

Venue: 
Industrial Gas Museum Shop
Hours: 
11:00 - 12:00
Special remarks: 
Wheelchair accessible
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23/03/2019