Kalamata, Greece’s city of dance, is set to host its 23rd annual Kalamata International Dance Festival in July, 2017. For ten days, from 14 to 23 July 2017, leading Greek and international artists will be showing their work to art lovers…

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The Museum of Contemporary Art on the island of Andros is hosting a tribute to Nikos Engonopoulos (1907-85). More than 100 of his paintings are on show (“The Colours of  the word and the word of Colours”, 25 June - 1 O…

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In 2011, European Space Agency astronaut Paolo Nespoli took a picture of the island of Anafi from space and asked his followers on Tweeter in Italian: “which Greek island is without snakes?” His followers rushed to confirm it was Anafi.…

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The beloved summer cinephile appointment, the Athens Open Air Film Festival co-organized by the City of Athens Cultural, Sport and Youth Organization, is back for its 7th edition, with more than 20 screenings, from June to September. Special spots in…

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An exhibition for theatre lovers is hosted by “STOArt”, in the very heart of Athens. Visitors to the «75 years of Art Theatre Karolos Koun-75 exhibits» show will be able to follow the evolution of artistic expression in Greece…

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The worker-managed factory Vio.Me. in Thessaloniki is probably the most successful self-management experiment in Greece and it has grown into a symbol and inspiration for self-management for workers internationally.

The factory, originally founded i…

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Developed by the Hellenic Studies Program of the Simon Fraser University (Vancouver, Canada), the Odysseas online language tutor is an interactive learning program designed to teach the Greek language and culture on the Internet using elec…

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The exhibition ‘Ghika, Craxton, Leigh Fermor: Charmed lives in Greece’ (Benaki Museum, 7.6.2017 - 10.9.2017), presents the friendship of three significant figures, the artists Nikos Hatzikyriakos-Ghika (1906-1994) and John Craxton (1922-2…

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The National Library of Greece in cooperation with the Greek Libraries Network (GLN) is organizing its Summer Campaign of Reading and Creating 2017, titled “Spot to Spot Adventures”. From 15 June to 8 September 2017, more than 150 Public…

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First conceived in 1983 and presented for the first time in 1986, the Runciman Award is an annual literary award offered by the Anglohellenic League for a work published in English dealing wholly or in part with Greece or Hellenism. Named in honor of…

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