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A walk through the Museum with an archaeologist

A walk through the Museum with an archaeologist

Gallery Talks

Evening walks through the Museum exhibition galleries, making unanticipated stops and various discussions, together with an Archaeologist-Host.

1 July, 2016 to 31 December, 2019
Info: 

For registration, please refer to the Information Desk at the Museum entrance on the same day. First-in first-served.

Venue: 
Museum's exhibition areas
Language: 
English, Greek
Duration: 
60 minutes
Hours: 
English: every Friday at 6 p.m. / Greek: every Friday at 8 p.m.
Tickets: 
The gallery talk is free of charge. Only the general admission fee to the Museum is required.
Special remarks: 
Credit cards are accepted
Wheelchair accessible
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01/07/2016 to 31/12/2019
 
A walk through ancient Olympia

A walk through ancient Olympia

Digital Projection

This programme provides a complete tour to the sacred site of ancient Olympia in the 2nd century BC. Monuments and sacred buildings come to life, enabling visitors to participate in the events and the rituals of the Olympic Games and to learn about the history of the city: the temple of Zeus, a model of Doric peripteral temple with magnificent sculpted decoration, the Heraion, the oldest monumental building of the sanctuary, dedicated to the goddess Hera, the Gymnasium, which was used for the training of javelin throwers, discus throwers and runners, the Palaestra, where the wrestlers, jumpers and boxers trained, the Leonidaion, which was where the official guests stayed, the Bouleuterion, where athletes, relatives and judges took a vow that they would upheld the rules of the Games, the Stadium, where most of the events took place, the Treasuries of various cities, where valuable offerings were kept, the Philippeion, which was dedicated by Philip II, king of Macedonia, after his victory in the battle of Chaeronea in 338 BC.

1 March, 2017 to 31 December, 2022
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A complete digital tour in English to the sacred site of Ancient Olympia in the 2nd century BC.

Venue: 
Tholos
Language: 
Greek, English
Duration: 
1 h
Hours: 
13:00
Tickets: 
7€-12€
Special remarks: 
Parking
Reservations are accepted
Credit cards are accepted
Wheelchair accessible
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01/03/2017 to 31/12/2022
 
A Walk Through Ancient Miletus

A Walk Through Ancient Miletus

Virtual Reality

The city of Miletus on the western coast of Asia Minor, one of the most important cities in Ionia, comes to life again in the Virtual Reality production
“A Walk Through Ancient Miletus”. This production, in the special environment of immersion of “Tholos”, uses some new technical characteristics, which allow the development of multiple directions of digital life in the virtual space and not a predetermined course.

4 September, 2017 to 31 December, 2022
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Starting again in September, guided tours are offered in Greek & English for groups.
At the Virtual Reality programme there is a tour at the meninsula and the city of Miletus, as it was 2,000 years ago. Visitors can explore the virtual city and learn about the most important public buildings. Starting from the gate at the Port of the Lions, they enter the sanctuary of Apollo Delphinios. Then, they visit the Ionian Stoa, which housed the stores of the city, the Hellenistic Gymnasium, the North Agora and the Bouleuterion, being able to see even the details of the buildings' architecture. They can “fly” over the city for one last panoramic view of the perfect city planning design, or even “dive” into its port.

Organization / Production: 
FOUNDATION OF THE HELLENIC WORLD
Venue: 
Tholos, Virtual Reality Theatre
Language: 
Greek
Duration: 
30-50 min
Hours: 
Projections offered only by appointment for groups
Tickets: 
5-12 euro
Special remarks: 
Parking
Reservations are accepted
Credit cards are accepted
Wheelchair accessible
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04/09/2017 to 31/12/2022
 
EUREKA: Science, Art & Technology of the Ancient Greeks

EUREKA: Science, Art & Technology of the Ancient Greeks

Exhibition

Τhe building located at 16 Herakleidon street hosts the unit “Automata” and a large, at a scale of 3:1, model of the Antikythera Mechanism.
In the building located at 37 Apostolou Pavlou street, the unit “Technology of War in Ancient Greece” presents aspects of the military technology of the Ancient Greeks.

1 August, 2019 to 31 July, 2020
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The collaboration between ΕΔΑΒυΤ and Museum Herakleidon has resulted in the present exhibition units dedicated to the Technology of War in Ancient Greece, Automata and the Antikythera Mechanism. This exhibition is under the aegis of the Hellenic Ministries of Culture and Sports, and of Education, Research and Religion.

Organization / Production: 
Museum Herakleidon & ΕΔΑΒυΤ
Hours: 
Monday & Tuesday, 10:00 - 14:00 / Wednesday to Sunday, 10:00 - 18:00
Tickets: 
7 € normal ticket (for both buildings), 5 € reduced ticket
Special remarks: 
Credit cards are accepted
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01/08/2018 to 31/07/2020
 
2019 - Skalkottas year

2019 - Skalkottas year

Music

On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the death of Nikos Skalkottas, the four organizations that are housed in the Athens Concert Hall call 2019 "Skalkottas Year" and organize a series of anniversary events at the Megaron Mousikis, which include, among others, concerts , discussions, exhibition, international conference, composition contest and training programs. This brings together for the first time their artistic and scientific forces in a collective course throughout the year that will give the honor to Nikos Skalkotas.

During "2019 Skalkottas Year", the Friends of Music Society with its Music Library "Lilian Voudouri", the Athens Concert Hall, the Athens State Orchestra and the Greek Composers Union , in collaboration with the Hourmouziou - Papaioannou Foundation, co-organize a series of events that aim to re-recommend us the Greek composer and the genius of his music. They also aspire to show that Skalkotas' music, exciting and unpredictable, can speak directly not only to the "connoisseurs" but also to the wider audience.

1 January, 2019 to 31 December, 2019
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On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the death of Nikos Skalkottas, the four organizations that are housed in the Athens Concert Hall call 2019 "Skalkottos Year" and organize a series of anniversary events at the Megaron Mousikis, which include, among others, concerts , discussions, exhibition, international conference, composition contest and training programs. This brings together for the first time their artistic and scientific forces in a collective course throughout the year that will give the honor to Nikos Skalkotas.

Venue: 
Megaron - The Athens Concert Hall
Hours: 
-
Special remarks: 
Parking
Wheelchair accessible
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01/01/2019 to 31/12/2019
 
Dinosaurs at Dusk

Dinosaurs at Dusk

Digital Projection

Dinosaurs at Dusk is a 44-min show produced by Mirage3D for digital dome theatres. It is presented at "THOLOS", the Virtual Reality Theater of Hellenic Cosmos.
A learning adventure of a father and his teenage daughter Lucy, who share a fascination for all things that fly.
You’ll travel back in time to meet the pterosaurs and the ancestors of modern-day birds: the feathered dinosaurs. Lucy and her father navigate from continent to continent, looking for clues about the origins of flight.
When time runs out they experience first-hand the cataclysmic “last day” of the dinosaurs.
Science content includes topics such as continental drift, proper motion of stars, asteroids and impacts, extinctions and the convergent development of flight among species.

2 March, 2019 to 31 December, 2022
Organization / Production: 
HELLENIC COSMOS
Venue: 
Hellenic Cosmos Cultural Centre
Language: 
Greek
Duration: 
45"
Hours: 
-
Special remarks: 
Parking
Reservations are accepted
Credit cards are accepted
Wheelchair accessible
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02/03/2019 to 31/12/2022
 
SIGHT | ANTONY GORMLEY ON THE ISLAND OF DELOS

SIGHT | ANTONY GORMLEY ON THE ISLAND OF DELOS

Visual Arts

SIGHT | ANTONY GORMLEY ON THE ISLAND OF DELOS
02/05/2019 - 31/10/2019

Archaeological site & museum of Delos island

NEON in collaboration with the Ephorate of Antiquities of Cyclades Present:
Antony Gormley | SIGHT, On the sacred island of Delos
Curated by Iwona Blazwick OBE, Director, Whitechapel Gallery and Elina Kountouri, Director NEON

2 May, 2019 to 31 October, 2019
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NEON is proud to present SIGHT an unprecedented site-specific exhibition by British artist Antony Gormley, in collaboration with the Ephorate of Antiquities of Cyclades, on the archaeological site and the Museum of Delos Island.

From 2 May to 31 October 2019, Gormley repopulates the island of Delos with iron ’bodyforms’, restoring a human presence and creating a journey of potential encounters. He has installed 29 sculptures made during the last twenty years, including 5 new works specially commissioned by NEON, both at the periphery and integrated amongst Delos’s archaeological sites. SIGHT is curated by Iwona Blazwick OBE, Director, Whitechapel Gallery and Elina Kountouri, Director, NEON.

The works animate the geological and archaeological features of the island: a granite rock in the middle of the Cycladic Islands in the Aegean less than 5 kilometres long and 1.5 kilometres wide, which has a past filled with myths, rituals, religions, politics, multiculturalism and trade. Its intertwined and contrasting identities, as both holy place and commercial town, combined with its topography and geographical location, made the island a singular and cosmopolitan Hellenistic town.

Mythology tells us its first name was «Άδηλος» (A-Delos), meaning ‘the non-visible’ – a floating rock with no fixed location. It became «Δήλος» Delos, ‘the visible’, when Zeus arranged for Leto, his mortal lover, to find refuge there, safe from the wrath of his wife, the goddess Hera. When Leto gave birth to twins Apollo, god of light, and Artemis, goddess of the hunt, the island’s destiny and future prosperity was assured. This unique history is imprinted on Delos’s architecture, sanctuaries and houses, and in the past was animated through rituals that celebrated the gods and protected the island. Later, sanctuaries to foreign deities, including Serapis and Isis, were built here.

Gormley completely reinterprets the function and purpose of sculpture, transforming the traditional statues and totems of the ancient world that once adorned public squares, temples and private dwellings into sites of empathy and imaginative projection. The first connection between visitors and the work is established before they even set foot on Delos. Approaching the rugged northwest coast, they catch sight of a lone figure (from Gormley’s series Another Time, 1999–2013), standing sentinel on a rocky promontory at the water’s edge. Two more works from the same series – also looking towards the distant horizon – stand on Plakes Peak and on Mount Kynthos, and another similar work stands in the waters of the harbour. Further sculptures are integrated with archaeological sites across the island, from the Stadium to the Τheatre district and from the merchant stores to the Museum site.

Visitors to Delos are invited to connect with time, space and nature, which inevitably link to our shared future.

SIGHT is organized and commissioned by NEON and presented in collaboration with the Ephorate of Antiquities of Cyclades.

Organization / Production: 
NEON in collaboration with the Ephorate of Antiquities of Cyclades
Venue: 
Archaeological site & museum of Delos island
Hours: 
Daily 8:00 – 20:00 Opening hours may vary depending on the month
Tickets: 
The island of Delos is accessible by boat mainly from Mykonos as well as Paros and Naxos Islands. There is no extra charge for entrance to the exhibition.
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02/05/2019 to 31/10/2019
 
Chisel and Memory

Chisel and Memory

Photography

Temporary exhibition ‘CHISEL AND MEMORY. The contribution of marble craftsmanship to the restoration of the Acropolis monuments’
11.06.2019 – 31.10.2019

11 June, 2019 to 31 October, 2019
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Since opening its doors ten years ago, the Acropolis Museum has highlighted the close relationship between the famous sculptures it displays and the monuments from which they originate. It is with great pleasure that the Museum is hosting an exceptional exhibition of photographs of the marble craftsmen of the Acropolis at work. Imbued with a new curatorial spirit, the exhibition was initially organised by the Committee for the Conservation of the Acropolis Monuments and the Acropolis Restoration Service. The exhibition takes place in the ground floor Temporary Exhibition Gallery. Entrance will be free.

Hours: 
Monday - Sunday
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11/06/2019 to 31/10/2019
 
Picasso and Antiquity: Line and clay

Picasso and Antiquity: Line and clay

Exhibition

As part of the series of art exhibitions "Divine Dialogues", the Museum of Cycladic Art organizes this year, from 20 June to 20 October, a major exhibition titled "Picasso and Antiquity. Line and clay". It is a rare exhibition about Picasso’s ceramics and drawings inspired from antiquity and in conversation with Ancient Greek works of art, curated by Professor of archeology N. C. Stampolidis and Olivier Berggruen
The greatest of twentieth-century modern artists is famous for his spectacular paintings but less for his drawings, engravings, and pottery. The combination of these media closely recalls antiquity and has produced works inspired by the Creto-Mycenaean and Greek worlds and the Mediterranean civilizations in general.
The exhibition is organized with the support of FABA - Fundación Almine y Bernard Ruiz-Picasso para el Arte, Musée Picasso Antibes, Museo Picasso Malaga and Musée National Picasso – Paris as part of the “Picasso-Mediterranée” project.

20 June, 2019 to 20 October, 2019
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In the exhibition “Picasso and Antiquity. Line and clay” rare works by Picasso, depicting marine creatures, animals, human figures, mythological scenes, and scenes inspired by ancient tragedy and comedy, converse with ancient artefacts in another unique “Divine Dialogue” at the Museum of Cycladic Art.A whole world is revealed in the Museum of Cycladic Art, a world carried by the artist inside him, a world of antiquities discovered not necessarily in the ancient lands of the Mediterranean but in European museums, in books, and in conversations with Christian Zervos and Jean Cocteau.

Curators: Professor N. C. Stampolidis – Olivier Berggruen

Hours: 
Μonday - Wednesday - Friday - Saturday: 10:00 to 17:00 Thursday: 10:00 to 20:00 Sunday: 11:00 to 17:00 Tuesday: closed *Last Entrance: 15 minutes before the Museum get closed.
Tickets: 
PERMANENT COLLECTIONS GENERAL ADMISSION: €7 MONDAY ADMISSION & REDUCED ENTRANCE FEE*: €3,5 GROUP VISITS (groups of 15 or more): €5 / person *seniors (over 65), students, 19-26 years old
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20/06/2019 to 20/10/2019
 
Exceptions: Views of Expressionism in Greece

Exceptions: Views of Expressionism in Greece

Exhibition

Exceptions: Views of Expressionism in Greece through the Collection of the Municipal Art Gallery

Works of the Municipal Art Gallery and ensembles of important artistic personalities, centered on Giorgos Bouzianis, who actually represent "exceptions" to the academic climate prevailing in Greek art in the 20th century. and to the prevailing neoteric trends that characterize the 1930s.

22 June, 2019 to 5 January, 2020
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The exhibition presents works by artists, who belonged to the group “Stathmos”, among others, except G. Bujianis, Th. Aparte, A. Sochos, G. Zongolopoulos, Eng. Theodoropoulos, G. Mitarakis, Ag. Pappas, T. Eleftheriadis, O. Kanellis, V. Semertzidis, Sp. Papaloukas, G. Vakalos, G. Spyropoulos, Ef. Franziskakis, El. Zongolopoulou

The exhibition has been commissioned by the artistic consultant of the OPADA Gallery, Museums and Collections Denis Zacharopoulos.
The exhibition is carried out with the valuable contribution of Kalli Petrochilos and Kostas Nikakis

Venue: 
Municipal Art Gallery, Metaxourgeio building
Hours: 
τθεσδαυ 10:00 – 21:00, Wednesday-Saturday:10:00 - 19:00, Sunday: 10:00 – 16:00
Tickets: 
free admission
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22/06/2019 to 05/01/2020
 
Walking in the ancient neighborhood of the Acropolis Museum

Walking in the ancient neighborhood of the Acropolis Museum

Excavation Tour

The Acropolis Museum launches a new cycle of presentations titled ‘Walking in the ancient neighborhood of the Acropolis Museum’. Visitors, guided by the Museum’s archaeologists, will be given the opportunity to wander through the archaeological excavation which stretches underneath the Museum, like a giant exhibit. They will be able to walk on the ancient neighborhood’s streets, take a closer look at the houses with their courtyards and wells, enter the heart of the impressive mansions with the private baths, examine the workshops with the water reservoirs, take a magical stroll through time and the daily life of the people who lived in the shadow of the Acropolis’ rock for over 4,500 years.

9 July, 2019 to 31 December, 2019
Info: 

English: every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday, at 12 noon
Greek: every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday, at 1 p.m.
Duration: 45 minutes

Participation: Limited to 20 visitors per session. For registration, please refer to the Information Desk at the Museum entrance on the same day. First-in first-served.

Price: Only the general admission fee to the Museum is required (10 euro).

 

The archaeological excavation guide is available for purchase at the Museum Shops (in Greek).

Hours: 
12.00 & 13.00
Tickets: 
General admission is required: € 10
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09/07/2019 to 31/12/2019
 
Jannis Varelas, Anima I

Jannis Varelas, Anima I

Exhibition

The solo exhibition Anima I of Jannis Varelas comprises a new series of paintings as the outcome of a process of performances and metamorphoses of the self. With these works Varelas goes back to the images of the body, exploring the gendered cultural representations of the human figure.

12 September, 2019 to 17 November, 2019
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The artist chooses his models among his friends and neighbours, and has them dressed specifically to be photographed in the specially laid out setting of his studio together with everyday objects from the Historical Collections of the Benaki Museum as well as seemingly unimportant or trivial objects from the fleeting wanderings of urban or domestic life. The photographic rendering of the event provides the semantic raw material; it is then transferred onto the canvas and transformed and diffracted by the language of painting.

The title of the exhibition, Anima I, harks back to the archetypes of the analytical psychology of Carl Gustav Jung and alludes to the way in which Varelas sees the representations of the self as a fantasy construction associated with a series of unconscious phenomena and the various manifestations of the collective unconscious. The Anima, in this case, explores the multiple images of the self through myths and transformations, visions and spectres. The cycle of Anima I works is organised in series around subjects such as solitude, mental anxiety, androgyny, sexuality, rejection, loss, crude liberation, marginalisation, inhibited identities and the transition from private to public.

The series is to be presented in a setting that features also archive material, photographs, objects and costumes from the preparatory stages of the performative process.

CURATORS: Polina Kosmadaki, Yorgos Tzirtzilakis

The exhibition is coproduced by Onassis Foundation.

Organization / Production: 
Benaki Museum, Onasis Foundation
Hours: 
Thursday, Sunday:10:00 - 18:00, Friday, Saturday: 10:00 - 22:00
Tickets: 
€ 7, € 3,5
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12/09/2019 to 17/11/2019
 
CITY PROJECT 2019 | Stock Images | Panos Kokkinias

CITY PROJECT 2019 | Stock Images | Panos Kokkinias

Exhibition

Now in its sixth edition, NEON’s CITY PROJECT 2019 presents Stock Images, a new body of work by Panos Kokkinias, the first photographer to be commissioned for the annual site specific contemporary art initiative.

This exhibition, curated by Shoair Mavlian, Director of Photoworks, presents the city of Athens from a variety of vantage points. In the spirit of urban exploration, the exhibition will be installed in an abandoned and disused office space at 4 Sofokleous St., in an area often referred to as the ‘commercial triangle’ of the city, in a space which has been left largely unchanged since it was last used a decade ago.

Kokkinias’ project Stock Images, takes the fabric of the city itself as its starting point, exploring the many facets of the complex urban metropolis and the people who reside within it. The new body of work, made up of more than 20 images, will be on display together for the first time to reveal a collective portrait of Athens, reflecting on both the realities and fictions of contemporary urban life. With a background rooted in the history of street photography and documentary practice, Kokkinias is best known for his large-scale photographic tableaux.

CITY PROJECT is an initiative for public art and the city, conceived and commissioned annually by NEON to a Greek artist. NEON aims to activate public and historical places through contemporary art, contributing to the interaction of art, society and the city. NEON’s previous City Projects include Aemilia Papaphilippou at the Ancient Agora of Athens (2014), Maria Loizidou at the Kerameikos Archaeological Site and Museum (2015), Zafos Xagoraris at a parking space in Athens behind the historic Αthinaion theatre (2016), Kostis Velonis at a historical residence at 11 Kaplanon Street (2017) and Andreas Lolis at the British School at Athens (2018).

16 September, 2019 to 3 November, 2019
Info: 

City Project 2019 | New commission to Panos Kokkinias

Opening | 16 September 7pm

4 Sofokleous St., Athens | 3rd Floor

Curator | Shoair Mavlian, Director Photoworks

Photography © Panos Kokkinias; Courtesy NEON

Free Entrance

Hours: 
Wed – Fri 12.00 – 20.00 | Sat 11.00 – 20.00 | Sun 10.00 – 18.00
Special remarks: 
Wheelchair accessible
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16/09/2019 to 03/11/2019
 
The Blue Hour

The Blue Hour

Painting Exhibition

Τhe exhibition "The Blue Hour" of distinguished artist Olga Alexopoulou is curated by Iris Kritikou, Historian of Art and independent curator.

25 September, 2019 to 24 November, 2019
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The exhibition reveals the evolution of the artist, Olga Alexopoulou, through the blue color, a course that includes the intersection of art with advanced technology.

Venue: 
16 Herakleidon Str.
Hours: 
Wednesday to Sunday, 10:00 - 18:00
Tickets: 
Just with the exhibition ticket
Special remarks: 
Credit cards are accepted
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25/09/2019 to 24/11/2019
 
Alexis Akrithakis: tsiki - tsiki

Alexis Akrithakis: tsiki - tsiki

Exhibition

Alexis Akrithakis: tsiki - tsiki
FROM 25/09/2019 - TO 17/11/2019
The exhibition is organised on the occasion of the 80th anniversary from the birth and 25 years from the passing of the Greek artist, Alexis Akrithakis.

25 September, 2019 to 17 November, 2019
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The exhibition is the first systematic presentation of Alexis Akrithakis' work devoted exclusively to one of his most recognisable techniques, the "tsiki-tsiki", as writer Kostas Tachtsis named it in the mid sixties.

The exhibition features a significant part of his "tsiki-tsiki" works created from the mid 60s to the early 70s and projects that will be of particular importance for the creation, development and differentiation of his characteristic style from the beginning and throughout his career.

CURATORS:Chloe Geitmann-Akrithaki & Alexios Papazacharias
OPENING: 24/09/2019, at 20:00

Venue: 
Benaki Museum of Greek Culture
Hours: 
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday:10:00 - 18:00 Thursday:10:00 - 00:00 Sunday:10:00 - 16:00
Tickets: 
€ 7, € 5
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25/09/2019 to 17/11/2019
 
Apocalypse

Apocalypse

Theatre

Prophecy, vision, or manifesto of insurrection? The Apocalypse has been exciting imaginations since the first century CE, summoning utopias, dystopias, and revolutionary movements. It is divine prophecy? Escatological preaching? A message of patience, belief, and hope in a better future? A call to insurrection? What’s certain is that this ominous phantasmagoria is a world-changing text.
A director of the new generation, with an idiosyncratic visual sensibility, Thanos Papakonstantinou pays close attention to the Apocalypse of John, takes inspiration for a contemporary ritual, and notes: “The myth of the Apocalypse is a kind of parable for the constant transformations of the human faith in a better world to come.”
From 3-20 October, John’s vision fills the Main Stage of Onassis Stegi. A group of remarkable performers and musicians transfer us to an on-stage allegory of the Second Coming, the four hoursemen, the seven seals, the Lamb of God, 666. Who is deserving of eternal life?

3 October, 2019 to 20 October, 2019
Info: 

Concept & Direction: Thanos Papakonstantinou
Translation: Michaela Pliaplia
Set & Costumes Design: Niki Psychogiou
Music Composition: Panos Iliopoulos
Conductor: Markellos Chryssicopoulos
Movement Design: Nadi Gogoulou
Lighting Design: Christina Thanasoula
Sculpture: Alekos Bourelias
Assistant to the Director: Constantina Aggellopoulou

Performers: Alexia Kaltsiki, Marianna Dimitriou, Kalliopi Simou, Eleni Moleski, Kleopatra Markou, Thanassis Dovris, Sotiris Tsakomidis, Marios Panagiotou, Miltiadis Fiorentzis, Yorgos Dikaios
Musicians: Thodoris Vazakas (percussion), Kostas Gatsios (clarinet/ bass clarinet), Alexis Karaiskakis (cello), Spiros Moschonas (trombone), Eleftheria Togia (viola), Dimitris Tigkas (double bass), Kostas Tsiolis (electronics)
Produced by: Onassis Stegi

Thursday 10 October: After performance talk

On Friday 18 & at the weekends 12-13 and 19-20 October 2019 with English surtitles.

Venue: 
Onassis Stegi
Language: 
greek
Duration: 
95
Hours: 
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 20:30
Tickets: 
7, 12, 15, 20 €
Special remarks: 
Parking
Reservations are accepted
Credit cards are accepted
Wheelchair accessible
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03/10/2019 to 20/10/2019
 
Vegan Life Festival

Vegan Life Festival

festival

Vegan Life Festival returns once again in Technopolis City of Athens for all those who have a different mentality towards animals, nature and their health!

Do not miss it if you are vegan or vegan friendly or simply interested in finding out what is vegan all about!

A two-day festival with talks, workshops for adults and children, a big variety of vegan products and off course the best vegan food you do not want to miss!

Be there!

5 October, 2019 to 6 October, 2019
Info: 

Free admission

Hours: 
11.00 - 23.00
Tickets: 
free admission
Special remarks: 
Wheelchair accessible
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05/10/2019 to 06/10/2019
 
Music Escapades: Larry Gus

Music Escapades: Larry Gus

Music

Larry Gus intricately layers vocals, drums and electronics at the SNFCC;s Labyrinth Dome, on 05/10!

5 October, 2019
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Known for his energetic performances that blend multiple layers of vocals and electronics, Larry Gus presents his upcoming album as well as tracks from his previous releases in October’s Music Escapades.

Musician Panagiotis Melidis has been active in the Greek alternative music scene since 2006, when he ventured into solo electronic music production after the dissolution of his punk duo Ginger. Stemming from the Greek word larigas, which roughly translates into throat or larynx, Larry Gus served as an interesting enough wordplay to act as a banner for his new sound.

Larry Gus’ music combines sample-based sound constructions with psychedelic pop melodies. His earliest sample-based recordings were featured in TV commercials, eventually giving way to live shows that included improvised looping and on-the-spot construction of kaleidoscopic beats. Following a slew of appearances on compilations, remixes, and online tracks, Larry Gus released his first complete album Silent Congas digitally in 2012, followed by Years Not Living in 2013. His third album, Subservient, is slated for release by DFA.

Line-up: Larry Gus, vocals, electronics

Free admission

Venue: 
Dome
Hours: 
21.00
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05/10/2019