Following the recent meeting of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee on the Return of Cultural Property,…
A unique narrative around Project O, a trimester project on all forms of art, was open for review by the public over the last weekend of May, 2022. It was the first Open House Art event by DreamTeam in Athens, Greece and the artworks were housed in an old neoclassical building.
One of the biggest names in the Geek entertainment industry, Stelios Dionisiou, will be singing live at the Greek Summer Festival, which is to be held at Carss Park on Sunday 5th of June from 10am to 5pm.
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.
The 2nd Exhibition of Adult Painting opened its doors to the public at the Spyros Louis Olympic Arts and Cultural Center in Maroussi at which the participating artists showcased mixed techniques employing watercolour, acrylic, ink, charcoal and pencil on canvas artworks.
Commonly used in every day as part of the Greek language, when many Greek idioms are translated literally the results are often very puzzling and sometimes hilarious for non-Greek speakers. Here are some of our favourite and funny Greek one-liners.
The Australian Labor Party has won the federal election 2022 in what was a brutal defeat for the Coalition, with Anthony Albanese set to become the next Prime Minister of Australia.
The Region of Thessaly in Northern Greece has announced an awe-inspiring tourism project entitled ‘Routes of Faith’, an initiative which aims to connect two landmark sites of Orthodox Christianity, the Meteora and Mount Athos.
Like a scene straight out of My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Chris Koikas grew up directly next door to his Greek grandparents. However, instead of working in his parents’ travel agency like the protagonist in that film, he’s become one of the youngest barristers in NSW.
“Defibrillators are a must to help the number 1 played sport in the country and for all codes.” A household name and one that is synonymous with football, Andy Paschalidis is fighting hard for defibrillators to be on-hand at all sporting grounds across Australia.