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The Thessaloniki Documentary Festival goes online this year

This year, the 22nd Thessaloniki Documentary Festival, which was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, will take place online from Tuesday, May 19 to...

Culture sector to gradually restart from May 18

Minister of Culture, Lina Mendoni presented the actions and measures for the support of the culture sector, artists and workers affected by the restriction...

Greek Literature Abroad: France

France has always appreciated Greek poetry and prose and has provided the appropriate ground for many important Greek writers and intellectuals to unfold and...

Stegi: Cultural synergies, creativity & innovation at the Interfaces conference

How can cultural synergies contribute to innovation and creativity in the field of culture? The two-day Interfaces Conference “Cultural synergies, creativity & innovation”, explores this question...

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki collaborates with CGL for the promotion of Greek studies abroad

The collaboration between the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) and the Center for Greek Language (CGL), with the aim of promoting Greek Studies abroad,...

The National Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens opens its doors

The National Museum of Contemporary Art Athens (EMST) opens its doors on February 28, ready to welcome the public with its permanent collection on view,...

BeAnotherLab: Putting yourself into someone’s else’s shoes via VR

How would the world be like if we could see it through the eyes of others? Through extending our sense of humanity to everyone,...

Greek Literature Abroad: Finland

Finland is considered the most literate nation in the world and was recognized as such by the United Nations in 2016. However, its educational...

Photographer Robert McCabe made an honorary Greek citizen

“Now the language of Ulysses is my language. And the beautiful Aegean Sea, with its magnificent islands and its unique history, is now my...

Montpellier: A new space dedicated to ancient Greece at the Musée des Moulages

A new exhibition space featuring mostly artifacts from ancient Greece, was inaugurated on February 12 at the Paul-Valéry University’s Musée des Moulages in Montpellier....

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