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The Arts Council of Greece invites artists, creators, cultural managers, technicians and artisans and producers, foundations and non-profit organizations of all kinds who live and work in Greece, as well as institutions and individuals of Greek or other origin who are active in culture and arts abroad promoting Hellenism and Greece, to join together and support with their participation...
The revenues generated by culture in the state, ie the funds generated by cultural institutions, cultural activities, tourism, societies and markets, under the memorandum agreements, the state is obliged to return to the European Central Bank.
With the coronavirus continuing to spread around the world, many events in the entertainment industry have been postponed or canceled.
The Greek Culture Ministry has announced that marking 100 years since the birth of Melina Mercouri on 18 October 1920, Greece will be dedicating 2020 to the internationally-acclaimed and much-loved Greek actress, activist, and former culture minister.
Here is a full list of Greece’s new 51-member cabinet unveiled on Monday by newly-elected Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
Throughout the ages, Greece has created an inspiring legacy in the arts and culture. Renowned Greek philosophers, architects, sculptors, poets and playwrights like Plato, Aristotle, Socrates, Herodotus, Sophocles, Euripedes and Aeschylus have made remarkable contributions over the centuries to the arts and culture and have left an indelible foundation for future generations.