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“Unruly Phenomena” by Mary Cox

WHAT: American artist Mary Cox presents an exhibition of works celebrating the hardy beauty of wild-growing plants, particularly those indigenous to Attica. Using photographs as her basis, Cox magnifies the details, skews the perspectives, paints with a vivid colour palette and adds static objects like fences or buildings around the plants to refer...

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Immerse Into Greek Tradition

Ash Monday long-weekend at Costa Navarino 8-11 March 2019 The Westin Resort Costa Navarino invites you to welcome spring over the Ash Monday long-weekend! If you haven’t been before, here is a very good reason to discover a resort that has been voted 4th Top Resort in Europe for 2017 by Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards! With free acco...

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Iggy Pop and James and Shame

Release Athens 2019 Release Athens 2019 is excited to present one of the greatest names in all of rock’n’roll, the one and only Iggy Pop! Iggy Pop will be in Athens on Saturday, June 8, at Water Plaza, to prove that he is worthy of his grand legacy and a staple performer in today’s rock’n’roll scene. He brings an unmatchable amount of energy and e...

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Bubble Jam

WHAT: Teenagers are always being told to stay off their cellphones, but this interactive installation forces teens to do the opposite. Made for teenagers 12+, “Bubble Jam” creates a digital stage where participants are asked to think about their place and interactions on the World Wide Web. What are the implications of being so connected to one ano...

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A Mediaeval Greek Dynasty Saga

A fascinating read on an oft-ignored facet of Greek history – the role of the influential Komnene dynasty in the Byzantium’s battle for survival. John Carr’s latest work, published by Pen and Sword, is as engaging as it is enlightening. In case you were all wondering why our very own John Carr has been absent from these pages ...

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Epiphany Explained

January 6 marks one of the most cathartic and cinematic moments on the Greek Orthodox calendar. Many visitors to Greece at this time of year are charmed to witness the millennia-old spectacle of Epiphany. Men and boys, (traditionally), leap into icy waters to be the first to retrieve the Cross thrown by an Orthodox priest, as part of the ...

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