A Discussion on Translation | Online | January 31

The British School at Athens is hosting an online discussion on the subject of “Translation and Inclusion vs Exclusion” in cooperation with the Center for Hellenic Studies at King’s College London.

Electronica on Delos | Online | January 20

After appearing at the Louvre and other eminent cultural venues to present his new work in ambient electronica, Detroit-based techno pioneer Jeff Mills has been invited by the Onassis Cultural Center to perform at the Archaeological Site of Delos.

Watch: A 3D flythrough tour of classical Athens

Developed as a hobby project in 2008 by Athens-based visual effects artist Dimitris Tsalkanis, the Ancient Athens 3D website presents a series of digital reconstructions of the city through time, from the Mycenaean Bronze Age (1600 BC) to the Early Modern period (AD 1833). The project’s latest video, launched in November, showcases Classical Athens at […]

Kallos | Online

The Museum of Cycladic Art has unveiled a microsite allowing audiences far and wide to enjoy the spectacular displays of its ongoing exhibition “Kallos: The Ultimate Beauty.”

Hispanic Film Fest | Online | October 12-14

Responding to popular demand, the Spanish Language Film Festival of Athens is streaming six movies from Argentina, Cuba, Mexico, Peru and Spain online from October 12-14 for fans.

Parallel space: Meet the Terracotta Warriors in Greece

To commemorate the China-Greece Year of Culture and Tourism, the Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports and its Chinese counterpart, the National Cultural Heritage Administration, have launched an online exhibition presenting the famous Terracotta Army of Xi’an, central China.

Massive swing toward online shopping in 2020

Greece scored the highest annual increase in Europe in electronic commerce turnover last year, per the yearly report on the industry released by Ecommerce Europe and EuroCommerce.

International forum on Venizelos Station antiquities

The uncovering of unique Late Roman and Byzantine remains during excavations for a metro system in Thessaloniki in northern Greece has called into question how a country comes to terms with the treatment and display of its material past.