Furry friends and their pawrents can visit Athens’s National Museum of Contemporary Art for free this weekend.
Onassis AiR Invites Applications for 2023–2024 Tailor-Made Residencies in Athens
Fellows receive a research fee, housing, travel to and from Athens, a research budget, and other resources to support their work.
Sorry, But This Is Not “Repatriation”
The Met’s deal with the Greek government to “repatriate” billionaire Leonard Stern’s Cycladic art collection is not what it seems.
An Evocative Portrait of Athens Through Time and Family
In the Same Space is a moving dialogue between artist Eirini Vourloumis and her grandfather, painter Andreas Vourloumis, and a flickering portrait of the Greek capital.
Onassis Stegi Returns to Pedion Areos Park With Plásmata: Bodies, Dreams, and Data
These site-specific installations in Athens invite visitors to explore how technology continues to shape, affect, and impact the human experience.
Artists and Curators Can Now Apply for a Residency in Sunny Athens
Previously by nomination only, the ARCAthens fully-funded residency is now open to all.
Italy Returns Parthenon Fragment to Greece, Shaking Up Debate Over Marbles in UK
The long-term loan could “open the way for a similar agreement with an act of approval by the British Parliament,” said the Acropolis Museum’s director.
Acropolis Closes as Wildfires Rage Across Southern Europe
Other archaeological sites have also closed while authorities battle with dozens of conflagrations around Athens.
Onassis AiR Invites Applications for 2021–22 Residencies in Athens
Apply to The School of Infinite Rehearsals by February 26 for the chance to explore themes of governance and economy in this collaborative interdisciplinary program.
Ancient Bust of Greek God Discovered in an Athens Sewer
The carved head of Hermes was built into a drainage duct.
Onassis AiR Seeks Applications for 2020–21 Residency in Athens
Apply by April 24 to the open call for The School of Infinite Rehearsals.
Adrián Villar Rojas Excavates Greece’s National Identity
Adrián Villar Rojas’s new installation at the National Observatory of Athens prompts thoughts about how far we should dive into the depths of our own past.