Festival Hellenika is back
Festival Hellenika, Adelaide's annual multidisciplinary arts festival, is back again for 2012
Festival Hellenika, Adelaide's annual multidisciplinary arts festival, is dedicated to the maintenance, development, promotion and celebration of Hellenic links in the arts, and their rich and diverse Australian manifestations.
The Festival is facilitated, coordinated and presented by the South Australian Council for the Greek Cultural Month Inc (SACGCM).
Hellenic links are part of the legacy of Australia's fabulous Multicultural social fabric, making Festival Hellenika a celebration and an affirmation of these wonderful links striving to: be an open platform supporting community cultural events as well as artistic endeavours of the highest quality; build on Hellenic / Australian cultural and artistic heritage as part of the mainstream arts world; pursue links with other communities and engage with participants and audiences from any background; provide opportunities for local artists interested in Hellenic connections to express themselves; encourage young people to engage in the arts and provide opportunities for them to understand their origins; and develop partnerships with mainstream arts organisations and make the festival accessible to the broader community.
For more information visit festivalhellenika.org.au
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