Greek artist Anna Laskari's artwork "Left of the Parthenon" was chosen to represent Greece at a global art biennial which will take place in Caracas, Venezuela, under the title “First Biennial of South: People in Resistance" fr…

Read more

At a press conference held at the Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF) on Sunday 9 September, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras underlined that on the previous day “we presented our plan, our vision for Greece in the new era, and in this overall f…

Read more

Elias Kafaoglou is a writer and journalist. He has penned a number of essays and studies on themes ranging from Modern Greek literature and history to cars and foortball. Apart from his books, his literary and other articles have appeared in various…

Read more

The 5th Southern EU Countries Summit, also known as “EuroMed 7 summit”, took place in Nicosia on Tuesday 29 January 2019. Heads of State or Government of seven EU member states from the Mediterranean region convened to discuss the major c…

Read more

The European Animation Awards or Emile Awards, as they’re widely known, were launched last year to celebrate the best in European animation. Along with prizes for best direction in both feature films and TV shows, the Emiles offer a range of aw…

Read more

In our weekly Culture Agenda: The Chocolate Factory and Museum comes to Athens,  "Cinethesia" in Syros, Mario Merz at the Cycladi Arct Museum and "Swan Lake" at the Piraeus Municipal Theatre…

Read more

Central Europe comes to Athens

Following on from the Balkans and Latin America, it’s the turn of the radical, independent Central European scene to ‘occupy’ the Onassis Cultural Center from November 11 to 29. 

Invited to A…

Read more

 

Home New Home programme continues its training in filming that enables young refugees from Syria, Afghanistan and other places to become the narrators of their own stories. Refugees, immigrants and residents of Attica and Lesbos were trained…

Read more

The Durrell Library of Corfu will host the literary symposium "Islands of the Mind", focusing on Island Studies, the lives and works of Lawrence Durrell, Gerald Durrell and Theodore Stephanides, as well as Corfiot writers Konstantin Theotokis and Spy…

Read more

Greeks aren’t drinking as much, but they are still smoking champions; and whilst they seem to be getting depressed they nevertheless remain happier than most, enjoying high life expectancy and the 3rd lowest suicide rate among OECD countries.…

Read more