“Unjust imprisonment of individuals on the basis of their beliefs, political affiliation or speech cannot be tolerated,” Power said in a new video. Join her in calling for the release of all political prisoners.
“Nothing could be more critical than making this country, and countries around the world, more resilient to the effects of climate change,” said Ellen Stofan, chief scientist at NASA.
The OCC and Animasyros see off 2016 with a three-day marathon featuring screenings of more than 30 animated shorts for audiences young and old.
Artists, architects and designers tell stories about the cities of tomorrow. The exhibition presents utopian and dystopian scenarios, where the future becomes a tool of understanding present itself.
FoKiaNou24/7 presents “This Is Not Normal”, an exhibition of eight San Francisco artists: Blanka Amezkua, Sarah Barsness, Brad Brown, Clancy Cavnar, Mary Cox, Kornelios Grammenos, Marino Pascal, and Anne Veraldi.
OS XXI: Contemporary Art and the Society of Attention in the 21st Century. Claire Bishop, Professor of Art History at the CUNY Graduate Center in New York, is coming to Panteion University to talk about the role art can play in the age of social media, search engines and 24/7 online living.
After three intensive days of presentations and cooperation with their "Hack the Camp" mentors, ten teams of programmers, refugees, designers, social entrepreneurs, humanitarian workers, educators, and artists competed with their proposals during the final phase of the hackathon creative marathon to find sustainable, scalable solutions for refugee issues in Greece.
This week, the Insider's Guide takes you through a judgment-free city where "what is wrong in America is ten times worse here and what is right in America, is ten times more right here."