Is it possible to experience science and innovation ... on our commute? Now you can, with “Mind the Lab” program on Athenian Metro stations, this Friday February 3!
On the occasion of 30 years since his death on the 22nd of February 1987, “Flix it at the Onassis Cultural Centre” dedicates 12+ hours to the filmmaker Andy Warhol by screening seven of his films and attempting a long plunge into his cinematic universe, which is as unsorted as his artistic one.
Our 5th Open Day is dedicated to the style and spirit of the kaleidoscopic New York arts scene, which flourished from the mid-20th century
In STAGED, she puts four of New York’s finest dancers on stage in a work which readdresses the thematic axes that have long underpinned her work:
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.