Educational walk in eighteenth century Athens

Educational walk in eighteenth century Athens  taking as its starting point the travelers collection of the Onassis library. Get to know the Travellers Collection of the Onassis Library, and stroll together through the streets of Athens in the footsteps of European travellers of the eighteenth century. Through these rare books, you will learn where the … More Educational walk in eighteenth century Athens

Check out the free admission days to museums, monuments & archaeological sites!

Free admission days to museums, monuments & archaeological sites! Don’t forget the free days for entrance to all museums, monuments and archaeological sites on the first Sunday of each month from 1 November to 31 March each year, as well as on the following days: March 6: Melina Merkouri each year Memorial Day National Day October 28 … More Check out the free admission days to museums, monuments & archaeological sites!

Phobiarama

A “haunted house” is set in motion in the heart of Athens, and Dries Verhoeven exhorts us to enter the “Phobiarama” ride and banish the culture of fear that is eating away at us. The only way to banish our fears is to face up to them”, says Dries Verhoeven (b. 1976), and that’s precisely … More Phobiarama

Heterotopia

The Japanese “architect of theatre” and creator of high-profile site-specific projects returns to Greece to sweep us up and out of the OCC on a peripatetic spectacle-experience as, equipped with smartphones, apps and new cultural maps, we embark on the re-discovery of Piraeus and its long refugee history. Performance Guidelines The audience will walk and … More Heterotopia

Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center – City Pin 8

Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center – City Pin 8 The new “must visit” place in Athens! Amazing project overall, great architecture, plenty of green spots to sit and enjoy a concert etc. A new gem in the city of Athens (on the edge of Faliro Bay) opened its doors in 2016 in order to promote … More Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center – City Pin 8

Constantinos Daskalakis, the Greek professor from MIT

Constantinos Daskalakis, the Greek professor from MIT Constantinos Daskalakis, a professor at MIT, has accepted an invitation from the Onassis Cultural Centre in the context of the “Hybrids” exhibition to come and speak to us about the ongoing revolution in artificial intelligence, the technology that underlies it, and the philosophical questions these developments are raising … More Constantinos Daskalakis, the Greek professor from MIT