Six five-day terms in June and July make summer in Athens fascinating for our young friends!
Explore the Collections
Explore some of the most significant exhibits of the permanent collections
Sculptures in marble are the most characteristic products of the Early Cycladic civilization. Most prominent are the figurines depicting women and men. Other objects, such as vessels, tools, weapons and jewellery, made of marble, clay, metals and obsidian complete the group of the artefacts created in the 3rd millennium BC on the Aegean islands.
The Cyclades are a group of small islands in the central-southern part of the Aegean Sea, forming a virtual land bridge between Mainland Greece and Asia Minor. Naxos, with an area of 428 sq. km. is the largest.
What is happening at the Museum of Cycladic Art
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E - LEARNING
22-06-2017Museum and Kids
The museum’s first eLearning course, run in cooperation with the University of Athens.
08-06-2017Archaeological Contributions Volume D: Phocis
E-book Publication from a series of lectures which took place at the MCA in 2016.
MCA Museum Kits
26-10-2016Bridging the Gap between Museums and Individuals with Visual Impairments
Bridging the Gap between Museums and Individuals with Visual Impairments.
EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES IN CYCLADIC ISLANDS
22-09-2016The Past in the Present
How can the ancient past become a creative source of inspiration today? How can we connect it with the living traditions of a place, and with modern forms of communication and artistic expression?
From October to May, every weekend is an opportunity for children and their parents to engage with the Museum through interactive tours and make their own artworks taking part in art and other creative workshops.
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