what’s up in athens? 24-30 september 2010

Friday

24 September

“Tell a story” 35 young, independent designers presenting their collections for ‘Spring – Summer 2011 and turnkey lines for winter 2010-11. Clothes, accessories, jewelry and designer items from Akira Mushi, Euangelia, Ioli Michalopoulou, Psarokokalo, Meet the Cat, Matalou @ home, Kristina Apostolou, Carpe Diem, Hysteria Asteria, etc. It operates boutiques from earlier collections of the designers.

Free admission Place: Stavlon Club Address: Iraklidon 10 Thissio 09:00 p.m.

Saturday

25 September

“European Heritage Days” designed in 1991 by the Council of Europe to strengthen and enhance dialogue and exchanges in the cultural field between European countries. Free admission for public museums and archaelogical sites.

We “Myrtis: face to face with the past”

The National Archaeological Museum in Athens, Greece presents the exhibition “Myrtis: Face to face with the past,” which will run from 13 September to 30 November. It is the presentation of an important interdisciplinary achievement. The central exhibit is the reconstructed face of the anonymous 11-year-old Athenian girl who, along with the great Pericles, was one of tens of thousands of victims of typhoid fever in 430 BC.

Place: National Archaeological Museum Address: 44 Patission av. (omonia)

Sunday

26 September

“European Heritage Days” designed in 1991 by the Council of Europe to strengthen and enhance dialogue and exchanges in the cultural field between European countries. Free admission for public museums and archaelogical sites.

We “Museum of Ancient agora”

Housed in the renovated “Stoa of Attalos” within the archaeological site of the Ancient Agora, it is a veritable Museum of the History of Democracy, showcasing items linked with the development  of Athenian public and commercial life, civic emancipation and democratic institutions, from antiquity up until the birth of the modern Greek State.

Place: Museum of Ancient Agora Address: Adrianou 24 (Thissio)

Monday

27 September

“International tourism day” Free Admission for public museums and archaeological sites.
Tuesday

28 September

“Puzzle”  Pieces of the puzzle missing a love trio disconnected from the pen of Ch. Matarangas. For the novel, the author will speak C. Tzitzikakis and poet Phil. Angelis. Extracts will be read by the actor instead

Free Admission Place: Public Address: Syntagma Square. 07:00 p.m.

Wednesday

29 September

“The Circle of the Wanderings and the Images of the Travelers in Time: Photography and Painting Exhibition, part I” This special photography and painting exhibition by the Centre for the Education and Psychosocial Support of Adolescents is presented by the City of Athens Cultural Organization.Participating is the photography group of the “Travellers in Time” which is made up by 16 adolescents and young people along with their teacher, the photographer, Demetris M. Boukas presenting their work to the public which includes 63 pieces of art. Free admission. Place: City of Athens Cultural Centre, “N. Gyzes” Hall Address: 50 Academias st, METRO stop: Panepistimio. 10:00a.m. -08:00 p.m.
Thursday

30 September

“Exhibition for the celebration of the100 years of Scouting” In the framework for the celebration of the 100 years of Greek Scouting, the City of Athens Cultural Organization, after the initiative of the Archaic Studies & Publications “O Mikros Romios”, presents an exhibition of scouting memories.

Place: City of Athens Cultural Centre-“Kontoglou” Hall Address: 50 Academias st, METRO stop: Panepistimio

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One response to “what’s up in athens? 24-30 september 2010

  1. Hello Athen’s Style! Akira mushi have a story to tell on http://akiramushi.wordpress.com/

    Thank you and hope to meet again!!

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