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Constantine Costi’s musical comedy: A heartfelt journey through long lost loves and grey suede gloves

Constantine Costi uncovers the emotional layers using humour and musical storytelling in Long Lost Loves (and Grey Suede Gloves); a one-woman show he wrote and directed, set to tour nationwide …

Life

Hellenic Fields: Paul Laspagis’ exhibition explores spatial reality of Greek landscape

Contemporary Greek-born Australian artist, Paul Laspagis will unveil his latest creations in an exhibition titled “Hellenic Fields,” at the Victorian Artists Society Hammond Gallery from February 7 to February 20. …

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Unmasking the threat of scammers exploiting children on the internet

An alarming number of Australian children are being targeted by international scammers, who exploit them to obtain sexual images with the intention of blackmail, and the threat is on the …

Features

Threading traditions: Hellenic and Assyrian heritages weaved together by love

A few days before the New Year, Greek-Australian Nickie Papadimitriou and Australian-Assyrian Johnathan Hana married. For their big day, they blended traditions from Florina, Greece, with customs rooted in Assyria, …

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Greek Australian Alessia Tsolakis named finalist in the 2023 Victorian Premier’s Design Awards

Greek Australian industrial designer Alessia Tsolakis earned a spot as a finalist in the 2023 Victorian Premier’s Design Awards in the Student’s Design category, for her work in developing a …

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Orpheus and Eurydice’s tragic love story takes center stage in West Australian Opera’s 2024 Program

For over two millennia, Greek myths have offered insights and lessons for humanity that remain relevant today. In 2024 the West Australia Opera (WAO) will present the physical theatre Circa …

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Christmas: Not “the most wonderful time of the year” for all Greek Australians

As the new year approaches, a lingering light permeates the atmosphere, both literally and metaphorically, spreading feelings of hope and joy, since for many, Christmas is a holiday synonymous with …

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Greek Australian firefighters “turn up” the heat for a good cause

As the new year arrives, the Australian Firefighters Calendar, an initiative brought to life by a team of skilled firefighters – including two Greeks – continues the 31-year-old tradition with …

Life

Ariadne Sgouros embarks on the theatrical delight of an ‘intellectual comedy

Greek Australian actor, Ariadne Sgouros, will take to the stage in the production of “Midnight Murder at Hamlington Hall”, for Sydney’s Ensemble Theatre, running from December 1, 2023, to January …

Life

Sound Motion and the Brain: A glimpse into the world of neuroscience through the lens of performing arts

In a fusion of art and science, Ioannis Sidiropoulos presented the exhibition-performance “Sound Motion and the Brain” on Thursday 16 and Friday 17 November, at Southbank in Melbourne. The event, …

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