VISUAL ARTS

VISUAL ARTS

Minister of Culture & Sports, Mrs. Lina Mendoni,

Reunite Parthenon: Commemorative Stamps Released by Hellenic Post and Acropolis Museum

A Commemorative Series of Stamps ‘The Marbles of the Parthenon’ have been released by the Hellenic Post (ELTA) in collaboration with the Acropolis Museum with the aim to participate in the national effort for the reunification of the Parthenon Sculptures.

Anthena Tranouli's Athena by Tranoulis

Athena Tranouli's Athena by Tranoulis

Athena Tranouli decided to be part of the family business – Tranoulis Haute Couture – at a very early age. At this time, Tranoulis Haute Couture was about to expand and gain impetus in the fashion industry, so someone like Athena with her fresh ideas and creativity would steer the company in a new and exciting direction.

‘Adopt An Animal’ Catwalk Event at Zappeion Hall

‘Adopt An Animal’ Catwalk Event at Zappeion Hall

Under the direction of its president, Mrs Cybel Liasku Animal Protection & Cultural Association L.O.V.E. organised an animal-friendly catwalk event with the participation of Greek celebrities.

'Soulful' Evzones Exhibition Sydney Launch Nick Bourdo Bourdaniotis

'Soulful' Evzones Exhibition Sydney Launch

What began as a project of passion for photographer Nick Bourdaniotis has captured the hearts of Hellenics worldwide, with his hauntingly beautiful photography striking an emotional chord across generations. His pictures of the Evzones magically encompass Greece’s history, traditions and collective memory, and all that makes Greeks, both in the homeland and abroad, proud of their heritage.

1821 Greek revolution art exhibition

1821 Greek Art Exhibition in Sydney's Town Hall

As part of the celebrations of 200 years of Greek Independence, from March 13 until April 3 2022, St. Basil’s NSW/ACT will be hosting an ‘1821 Greek Art Exhibition’ in Australia at Sydney Town Hall, featuring authentic and rare exhibits from the Greek War Museum and traditional Greek costumes from the collection ‘Heroes Made of Metal’ by the internationally renowned sculptor Nikos Floros.

Blanka Amezkua

Blanka Amezkua Seizes the Kairos of Athens, Greece

“If I die I have experienced all the beauty in my blood and spirit because I lived in Greece.” Renowned artist Blanka Amezkua is a philhellene in more ways than one. She lived for six years in the heart of Athens from 2000-2016 during the height of the Greek crisis.

Radisson Blu Zaffron Santorini, Greece

Radisson Blu Zaffron Resort: Santorini's first Fais Group hotel

Located in a discreet and serene setting, a few steps away from Kamari, the most characteristic beach of Santorini, Radisson Blu Zaffron Resort is a luxurious oasis that harmoniously combines the exotic, boho-chic atmosphere with the timelessness of Cycladic architecture.

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The deep influence of Greek mythology on Valentine's Day

Happy Valentine’s Day lovers! We all know that Greeks don’t need it to be Valentine’s Day to be a great lover, as we are great lovers every day. But did you know that the origins for the holiday and many of its symbols are have roots squarely planted in Ancient Greece?