Following a sold-out world premiere at the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus in Greece, this vibrant retelling of Aristophanes ancient comedy travels to New York City for its American debut.
From 9 to 18 March 2018, the founders and members of 9 new ventures that traveled to Texas, had the opportunity to present their company to the International Accelerator program, founded by Hellenic American economist and investor, Mr. Angelos Angelou in 2013.
For the second year in a row, the city of New York has welcomed and presented the authentic, unique tastes of the South Aegean Region.
The woman-symbol, the legendary astronaut, pilot and engineer Marsha Ivins, will talk about the thousands of hours she has traveled in space and the value of educating and empowering the woman scientist in our society.
A postgraduate student at the film directing program of UCLA, Greek-American Alithia Avramis realized her dream thanks to crowdfunding- a practice born out of the current financial crisis and made possible thanks to new technologies.
From the UCLA photo archives an amazing article and photos of two young Americans William L. Sachtleben and Thomas G. Allenwho came to Greece on a round the world cycling trip in 1890.
Don’t miss out on the latest innovations and technologies, VR experiences, robots, science experiments, and a series of talks with some of the top international scientists. The Festival takes place at Technopolis in Gazi from April 24-29.
The festival for our most dynamic age-group, teenagers, breathes new life into ancient texts by inviting star directors and theatre companies to work with secondary-school children aged 12–18.