Members of Lykion Ton Ellinidon chapters from all over Greece gathered in Patras to participate in celebrations for the 40th anniversary of Lykion Ellinidon Patras.
His Eminence Metropolitan Chrysostomos of Patras expressed his emotion and praise for the work done by the Lykion. “The fight of the Lykion is done,… more »
Ancient Greeks ‘may have inspired China’s Terracotta Army’
“Archaeologists say design of clay warriors suggests close contact between east and west 1,500 years before Marco Polo”
Greek craft workers may have helped inspire the most famous Chinese sculptures ever made – the 8,000 warriors of the Terracotta Army who have been watching over… more »
Athenian filmmaker, Vangelis Kalambakas, will be screening and discussing his four short films in the Kopleff Recital Hall on Georgia State campus.
His four short films: “Little Preludes” (Mikra Preloudia, 1997), “Song of the City” (To Tragoudi tis Polis, 1998), “Cradlesong” (Nanourisma, 2001) and “Inventory” (Apographi, 2009)
Q&A to follow.
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The GSU Center for Hellenic Studies is pleased to announce an upcoming musical event on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016, at 7:00pm. The world-renowned mezzo soprano, Ms. Alexandra Gravas, will join us from Athens, Greece, to present a special program of modern Greek poetry set to music; she will be accompanied by her pianist, Mr.… more »
“In this video, the Metropolitan Museum of Art takes viewers behind the scenes of the installation of Athena Parthenos, an ancient Greek sculpture from around 170 B.C.
The sculpture is safely tied onto a cart and very carefully wheeled through one of the Greek and Roman galleries—which is packed with other statues—to… more »
” The museum is a very important piece of culture, a jewel for the island of Kos as well as for Greece that is handed over to the people fully restored and upgraded, 60 years after its establishment in 1936 by the Italians.”
“The restored Archaeological Museum of Kos was inaugurated on Sunday by Culture Minister… more »
“Antigone in Ferguson is a groundbreaking social justice project that premiered in Ferguson, Missouri, at Normandy High School – from which Michael Brown graduated – and at Wellspring Church. It brings together different voices in song and in dialogue, to further the conversation about power, violence, and race relations and aims to bridge the growing… more »
Looking forward to Greek Film Festival held at the Atlanta History Center from November 4th – November 6th at 7:30!
See trailers, times, and tickets below