New Center On Naxos for Study of Cycladic Civilization
The establishment of a new center for the study of the Cycladic civilization was announced last week by the Greek culture ministry. Emerging in the central Aegean islands during the late Neolithic to early Bronze Age, this iconic culture is widely known for its schematic figurines of mostly female subjects, often carved in local marble. […]
Corinth, the First Capital on the Road to Freedom: Digital Museum Unveiled
The first phase of this endeavor includes content production, documentation, scientific research for reproduction, Greek text editing, translation, cataloging, and architectural designs of public buildings, such as Kâmil Bey, Acrocorinth structures, among others.
Exhibition on Milestone Battle of Chaeronea Debuts at Museum of Cycladic Art
A new exhibition entitled “Chaeronea, 2 August, 338 BC: A Day That Changed the World”, debuts today, Thursday, at the Museum of Cycladic Art in central Athens. The exhibition, held in collaboration with the Greek culture ministry, is part of a new series of archaeological presentations called ‘Human Histories’. The latest exhibition highlights the importance […]
New Maria Callas Museum Opens its Doors in Downtown Athens
Marking the 100-year anniversary of the birth of opera diva Maria Callas, a new museum opened its doors in late October in the heart of Athens, showcasing the tumultuous life and stellar career of the famous US-born Greek soprano. The Maria Callas Museum “combines technology with the power of lived experience”, according to outgoing Athens Mayor […]