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Inspirations from the Two Countries – Interviewing the TelepART- Artists Walter Götsch and Eirini Tiniakou

First still from the performance 'Dolphin1 meets ANKORITE': Eirini with the log found in the mountain path. “The name of the performance 'Dolphin1 meets ANKORITE' hints that there are two elements, although the viewer has to guess themselves who or which these elements are”, Walter says. Picture by: Walter Götsch. Different societal and environmental places have the tendency to create greatly varying lived spaces for their residents, depending on which country or culture they are living in. Distinct cultural backgrounds and surroundings can also influence how people engage with their environment. These environments – and the means of people to engage with or despite them – are often specifically constructed...
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Inspirations from the Two Countries – Interviewing the TelepART- Artists Walter Götsch and Eirini Tiniakou

First still from the performance 'Dolphin1 meets ANKORITE': Eirini with the log found in the mountain path. “The name of...
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Lectures in Honour of Prof. Robin Hägg by Prof. James Wright: The Archaeological History of the Mycenaean Palace. 4.-5.11.2021.

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Mainalian Run in Arcadia 17.10.2021

Mainalian Run in Arcadia The third Mainalian Run will be organised on Sunday 17 October in Arcadia. The track is...
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Aristophanes Now! 23.6-21.7.2021

The Finnish Institute at Athens will organise a series of lectures between 23 June and 21 July 2021 on the...
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Annual Meeting 2021

The annual meeting of the Finnish Institute at Athens will be held 20th of May, 7 pm (UTC+2) as an...
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