WHAT'S ON Architecture polykatikoia

Architecture & Presentation | Athens | September 22

As part of its ongoing tribute to architecture, the Bauhaus school and the city of Athens, the Goethe Institute has invited Alcestis P. Rodi, Panos Dragonas, Michalis Langenfass, Thomas Maloutas, Panayotis Tournikiotis and Richard Woditsch to present and discuss “The Public Private House: Modern Athens and its Polykatoikia.”

WHAT'S ON Visual Arts mohau-modisakeng-1024x781

Ubuntu | Athens | September 19 - March 18

Sixty-six works by 34 contemporary African artists from the Harry David Art Collection are being exhibited by the National Museum of Contemporary Art this winter, in a show that casts light on emerging trends on the African continent and among the African diaspora.

WHAT'S ON Opera cosi

Cosi fan Tutte | Attica | September 23-28

Stage director Theodoros Ambazis, conductor Byron Fidetzis and the Athens Philharmonic Orchestra present a concert version of Mozart’s ever-popular and scathingly humorous “Cosi fan tutte” for four performances only in the Greek capital.



Attica twins with China’s Sichuan region


Chinese Ambassador Zhang Qiyue (r) hosted Attica Regional Governor Giorgos Patoulis (l) at the Chinese Embassy in Athens Tuesday, where the two officials signed an agreement twinning the Greek capital with the region of Sichuan. Patoulis hailed the cooperation between the two regions, saying it will not only address management of the pandemic, but will also “build the future through tourism, trade, development and progress.” [ANA-MPA]