“The Hour of Greece” is an exhibition organized by the Hellenic American University |Ηellenic American College and the Greek America Foundation, in collaboration with the General State Archives οf Greece and under the aegis o…

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Epigraphy, the study of written matter recorded on hard or durable material, which -as a term- is derived from the Classical Greek epigraphein (“to write upon, incise”) and epigraphē (“inscription”), is a prime tool in recover…

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2020 marks the 200th anniversary of the Greek War of Independence, which began with a proclamation of revolution against Ottoman rule in the Peloponnese on March 17, 1821. To celebrate the occasion, the National Historical Museum in Athens has launch…

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This year’s New York City Greek Film Festival will run from October 17th until October 23rd at the French Institute Alliance (FIAF). The 2019 NYCGFF celebrates its 13th year with 50 feature length and short films that w…

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The prefecture of Arcadia, in the Peloponnese peninsula of southern Greece, could easily be described as a masterpiece of nature and the true heart of the region.  It is the birthplace of legends, heroes and fighters. It is considered the mythic…

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The 2019 San Francisco Greek Film Festival (SFGFF) will be held October 20 through 26. Opening Night on Sunday, October 20 will take place at the Castro Theater (a first for SFGFF) with the screening of I am Mackenzie short film, winner of the SXSW G…

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Following a nine-year trip to the Balkans, the Balkans Beyond Borders Short Film Festival returns in Athens to celebrate its 10th edition from October 17th to October 20th at LAIS - Greek Film Archive.Balkans Beyond Borders (BBB) is a non for profit&…

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The Sissi Archaeological Project (S.Ar.P.edon) is an extensive excavation programme on a site near the modern village of Sissi, a small resort town in the region of Lasithi in east Crete. The project attempts to unveil the mysteries about the rules o…

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"Cruise: A floating Archive" Exposition. Photo: George Georgakopoulos (Cheap Art official page)

How could a humble bus ticket from the sixties promote historical research? Is history a closed, too reverent to touch, system? How is history produced a…

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The Tenants” is an exhibition organized by the National Bank of Greece Cultural Foundation or MIET (as it is widely known in Greece) to celebrate 30 years of Villa Kapandji’s continuous operation as one of Thessaloniki’s top…

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