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Zappeion Mansion

17-09-2022

ART ATHINA 2022 | Free Pass

Cycladic Friends visited Art Athina 2022 enjoying the privilege of a Free Pass, which ensured free entry for all its days of operation at Zappeion Μansion.

Hydra

28-08-2022

CYCLADIC PATHS | Day trip to Hydra

On Sunday, August 28, we traveled with Young Friends to Hydra, discovered important historical landmarks of the island and were guided to some of the most important contemporary art exhibitions for this year.

Odeon of Herodes Atticus

31-07-2022

TOSCA | Athens & Epidaurus Festival

On Sunday July 31, Cycladic Friends had the opportunity to watch the opera Tosca by Giacomo Puccini in a special production organized under the auspices of the Athens and Epidaurus Festival at the Herodes Atticus Conservatory. One of the most popular operas of all time, Giacomo Puccini's Tosca, in a spectacular production with direction, sets and costumes by distinguished Argentine opera director Hugo de Ana. Prominent Greek and foreign soloists with international recognition, such as, among others, Christine Opolais, Liana Haroutounian, Ramon Vargas, Giorgio Berruzzi, Dimitris Platanias, Tassis Christogiannopoulos, etc. It is conducted by the French chief musician Philippe Haugen.

Pylos & Kalamata

16-07-2022

CYCLADIC PATHS | Daytrip to Pylos

On Saturday July 16th we visited with the Cycladic Friends to some of the most important archaeological sites of Pylos and watched the performance "Triptych" by the leading Peeping Tom dance group at the Kalamata International Dance Festival.

Former Tobacco Factory

17-06-2022

Guided tour | NEON | DREAM ON

On Friday, June 17 Cycladic Friends visited and were guided to the exhibition of NEON organization entitled Dream On. For the second consecutive year, NEON activated the iconic space of the former Public Tobacco Plant as a cultural space, in the context of the collaboration with the Hellenic Parliament, and presented the contemporary art exhibition Dream On, an exhibition that praised the role of art in the public space. Curated by art historian Dimitris Paleokrassas, the Dream On exhibition brought together 18 large-scale installations by international and Greek artists, as well as a new commission, while being complemented by 20 project designs. For the first time, many of the large-scale works of the D. Daskalopoulos Collection were presented in Greece, and in fact gathered in the open, freely accessible space of the former Public Tobacco Station.