Additionally, cultural organizations, museums, foundations, art publishers and media contribute to a comprehensive picture of the artistic landscape of our time.
The Fulbright Program is the largest educational exchange scholarship program in the world,
operating in more than 155 countries. The Fulbright Foundation in Greece was established in 1948 through a binational treaty with the United States. It is a non-profit, non-political, autonomous educational organization.
Fulbright @ Art-Athina, will present the scholarship programs for: artists, scholars/researchers and graduate students in fields related to the arts and culture.
To date, Fulbright scholarships have been awarded in all fields, including:
fine arts, art history, art therapy, management of cultural resources, contemporary art, creative writing, music, theatre, dance, performing arts, cinematography, photography, digital media, museology, museum education, landscape architecture, urban design etc.
-TALKS @ Art-Athina
Fulbright TALK @ Art-Athina: Friday, May 16 at 15:30
-Presentation of Fulbright Scholarship Programs:
Artemis Zenetou and Els Hanappe
-Participating Fulbright Alumni:
Ioli Andreadi, Gerassimos Aravantinos-Rouselos, Zoe Keramea, Myrto Kiourti, Elli Papakonstantinou, Sakina Shakur, Yiorgis Yerolympos, Theodoros Zafeiropoulos,
-FULBRIGHT ALUMNI ART SERIES – ART SUPPORTS EDUCATION
The Fulbright Foundation in collaboration with the Benaki Museum with the support of Fulbright alumni artists will be presenting the "Fulbright Alumni Art Series-Art Supports Education", a grassroots initiative for the support of the Fulbright Scholarship Program.
By purchasing an artwork from the Fulbright Alumni Art Series collection you support the Fulbright Scholarship Program. The collection offers original works, limited edition silkscreens and photographs, attractively priced from €200 to €450. Proceeds from the sale of the artworks will go towards the Fulbright Scholarship Program.
Visit Fulbright @ Stand 24 – Institutions Art Athina, participating artists:
Erieta Attali, Dora Economou, Diane Katsiaficas, Zoe Keramea, Apostolos Kilessopoulos, Sia Kyriakakos, Ioannis Michalou(di)s, Eleni Mylonas, Dimitris Papaioannou+Marilena Stafylidou, Lambros Papanikolatos, Vangelis Pliarides, Loukia Richards, Costas Varotsos, Zafos Xagoraris, Yiorgis Yerolymbos, Sotos Zachariadis, Theodoros Zafeiropoulos
Owl poster: Efi Chalikopoulou, 2009-2010 Greek Fulbright graduate student in Fine Arts at the School of Visual Arts, New York, NY