Athens Fine Arts Festival Turns Six

Athens Fine Arts Festival will be held for the sixth consecutive year in the Greek capital. Until now, it has known great success in...

Athens Fine Arts Festival: Golden Wishes Come True

The Athens Fine Arts Festival 2011 was held on December 15, 2011 in the area of Kolonaki, Athens, Greece. The “Hryses Efhes” (Golden Wishes)...

Artists Work To Pay Greece’s Debt

Due to the economic crisis more than 30 Greek artists, as a symbolic gesture, are putting up their works in auction with the intention...

Aristotle’s 2,400-Year-Old Tomb Found at Stagira [Photos]

Greek archaeologists at Ancient Stagira, Central Macedonia, say they have found Aristotle's tomb. Addressing the Aristotle 2400 Years World Congress, they point to the...

Nikos Smyrnios: The Fine Balance Between Pop and Op Art

By Inga Athanasiadou Nicholas Smyrnios was born in Greece (Edessa), grew up in the sixties in Sweden, and was strongly influenced by the latest great...

Museum Herakleidon Hosts Group Exhibit of Contemporary Print Art from Athens

Museum Herakleidon in Athens is hosting an exhibition showcasing the dedication to the art of contemporary printmaking. The exhibit, Contemporary Print Art from Athens, is showing from June 17...

Exhibition Explores the Roman Emperor Who Loved Greek Culture

Greece and Italy are coming together to highlight the life of the Roman emperor Hadrian whose love for Athens and Greek culture left a...

Six Greeks in Top 10 of Historical Personalities

What are the names that are mentioned more often than any other names in human history? That was one of the questions examined in...

The Actor’s House Opens its Doors

The Actor's House, Anna Fonsou’s life dream, was inaugurated on April 15 with a beautiful and warm event. Fonsou is a well-known Greek actress...

Piraeus’ Municipal Theater Opens Again

The milestone Piraeus’ Municipal Theater is one of the finest examples of  Greek architecture during the 19th century. The building was designed by the...

Amazing Ancient Greek Carving Baffles Scientists

A carved gem found in a 3,500-year-old grave in Pylos, Greece is still mystifying scientists who cannot fathom how such advanced engraving skills originated in...

11th International Children’s Art Groups Festival

Around 300 children from different parts of the world came to The Regional Unit of Serres to participate in the 11th International Meeting of...

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