“The works span between 2020 – 2023 and while slightly different in technique or approach, they are all unified by a few common threads, such as my own habits of daily observation in the city and of course my love of printing. For the history-lovers amongst you, there will be some cheeky winks towards Greek history and archeology. Some rougher and unfinished pieces will be showed alongside more finished works, all referencing places, texts, or experiences that have stayed with me.”
Photike is located in the northern part of the Kokytos valley, close to modern Paramythia in Thesprotia. It was a Roman colonial town, probably founded during the reign of Augustus, which later developed into a Medieval episcopal see. Our knowledge of Photike has until now been based on Roman inscriptions and some partly excavated churches dating to the Early Christian and Middle Byzantine periods.
Finlands Athen-institut välkomnar dig till årsmötet onsdagen den 17 maj 19:00. Evenemanget sker vid Italiens arkeologiska institut på adressen Parthenonos…
International workshop on the topic ”Protection of the Environment in Armed Conflicts” to take place at the Institute Thursday 4 May 2023 from 18.00 – 20.30.
Förra veckan hedrade Finlands Aten-institut Maria Martzoukou då hon efter nästan 40 år vid institutet nu går i pension.
MA, M.Soc.Sci Lassi Jakola has been appointed as the Finnish Institute’s next Assistant Director. Current post holder Antti Lampinen will hand over to Jakola on August 1st 2023.
Different societal and environmental places have the tendency to create greatly varying lived spaces for their residents, depending on which…
Finlands Aten-institut organiserar 23.6. – 21.7. en föreläsningsserie på
Tiina Purola (filosofie licentiat) har utsetts nytt ombud för Stiftelsen för Finlands Athen-institut. Purola börjar i sin nya position den…