The Hellenic Art Galleries Association, following the success of Gallery Weekends 2013 and 2014, is holding Gallery Weekend 2015, dedicated to galleries in Athens and Thessaloniki. The event is organized in collaboration with Art-Athina, the City of…

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At a time when austerity policies have been worsening media production within Greece documentary production is blooming.  Since the signing of the first Economic Adjustment Programme in 2010, a growing number of independent documentaries have be…

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In its first attempt to return to the bond market in three years as its debt crisis eases, the Greek government officially launched the process for a new bond offering on Monday (24.07) afternoon. Greece  invited holders of its 4.75 percent out…

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The General Secretariat for Media and Communication of the Ministry of Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Media is actively committed to the development of Greek audiovisual production with a focus on animation and video games. As the Athens Gam…

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The leaked telephone conversation of International Monetary Fund (IMF) officials regarding the ongoing negotiations with Greece provoked several reactions from the Greek government as well as the IMF over the weekend.

On Saturday (2/4), th…

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In this week's Culture Agenda: Athens Print Fest, Design for Growth andTEDx Thessaloniki conferences, Alexander the Great Marathon, “Pierrot Lunaire” music theatre, 8th International Meeting of School Choirs and “Αrticulations…

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A new mobile phone application that allows visitors to discover the Etz Hayyim Synagogue in the old city of Chania in Crete and learn more about the Jewish heritage of the island has been launchedThe app is the third in a series of travel apps…

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In an interview with Avgi daily newspaper (15.1.2017), Alternate Economy & Development Minister Alexis Haritsis talks, amongst other things, about the National Strategic Reference Framework (ESPA/NSRF) Programmes, the new Development Law, an…

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The composition of the new cabinet was announced on Friday, Nov 4. It numbers 18 ministries and 48 ministers, of whom 15 new, while 11 ministers from the old cabinet have been replaced. The new cabinet was sworn in before President Prokopis Pavlopoul…

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The General Secretariat for Media and Communication has published a fact sheet that compiles figures and up to date information οn economic developments in Greece, providing an conscise and informative economic review of the year 2017 - inclu…

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