A legendary play, forever associated with Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton thanks to the film of the same name, is to be staged from December 12 - at the Onassis Stegi as a “living museum” of behaviours from decades past.
The Benaki Museum, the U.S. Embassy Athens and the British Council are organizing the conference "THE CO-MUSEUM: Synergies, Coalitions and Partnerships between museums, cultural initiatives, civil society and beyond"
The American director of the award-winning “My Architect” arrives in Athens to present his new documentary and discuss with the public about the relationship of the movies with real life, visual art, architecture and art as a whole.
If each artwork has its own price, then who decides about it? And if the modern artistic world is now tuned into a ruthless stock market, who is to blame? Provocative questions along with revealing answers will be provided by Nathaniel Khan with his documentary “The Price of Everything”, which will be screened at the 24th Athens Film Festival - Premiere Nights.
Curtis on Tour returns to Athens, Greece, for the fourth year as the resident ensemble at the Nights of Classical Music at the Gennadius Library festival, presented by the Schwarz Foundation in collaboration with the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.
Bringing American Masterpieces to the City of Thessaloniki
As part of the celebrations for the U.S. Honored Country at the Thessaloniki International Fair 2018, the U.S. Embassy in Greece is thrilled to present the American Art Everywhere exhibition. Starting on September 7, Thessaloniki will be filled with artwork by prominent and diverse American artists. The pieces will be seen all over town, from the airport to the port to the City Hall… even on the buses crisscrossing the city.
The Digital Influencers Hub Forum is a two-day event and will focus on current trends and the latest developments in social impact influencer spaces and the way digital information technologies are reshaping communication and societal behavior, throughout the world.
To celebrate its 20th anniversary , Stanford Repertory Theater mounts its most ambitious Summer Festival to date, Nevertheless They Persisted. The festival features a new adaptation of Euripides’ Hecuba and Helen, focusing on two mythic women who seize control of their destinies in startling ways and triumph over the men who try to dominate them.
The last Docs on Wheels stop for this summer is Xanthi, July 28 and 29, one of your favourite destinations up north. Previously visited in 2016, the scope of this year’s event is wider, as we’ll be screening two documentaries at FEX and running a 2-day workshop at Veria TechLab, a space dedicated to innovation and creativity.