The cycle of virtual lectures presented in the framework of the action “The Epigraphic Museum and Exarcheia: Stories of a neighborhood”, a collaboration between the Epigraphic Museum and the Hellenic American Union, closes with the seventh and final lecture, which will take place on Monday, June 14 at 19:00. Speaker Ms. Louiza Karapidaki, art historian and archaeologist, will present the periodic exhibition held in 2017 at the Hellenic American Union and titled “#NeapolisAthina: now and then” and curated by Ms Karapidaki.
Το Επιγραφικό Μουσείο / The Epigraphic Museum
The purpose of the action “The Epigraphic Museum and Exarcheia: Stories of a neighborhood” is to explore and highlight aspects of the history of Exarcheia and the people who live or have lived in the area. In the cycle of virtual lectures, a new topic was presented every fifteen days, such as “Urban landscape and conditions of participation: The case of Exarcheia” and “Exarcheia of literary authors 1880-1944: G. Souris, K. Palamas, N. Lapathiotis, M. Polydouri, literary salons and cafes “. With the contribution of the ERT and the MIET / ELIA Archives, archive material was presented as well. The lecture cycle ends with the presentation of the exhibition on the history of Neapoli.
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