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Heroes Achilles and Patroclus: Homosexuality debates and popular culture

The debate regarding Achilles’ sexuality and the nature of his relationship with Patroclus has been long discussed, from the ancient world until today. This debate, however, has made an impact …

Artists and collectives invited to apply for Diasporas Commissions

Multicultural Arts Victoria (MAV) is inviting artists or collectives who identify as First Nations, persons of colour or from the CALD (culturally and linguistically diverse) communities can apply for Diasporas …

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Opening of the Philhellenism Museum

The Society for Hellenism and Philhellenism (SHP – www.eefshp.org) organizes an opening ceremony of the Philhellenism Museum (www.phmus.org) in Athens. On the opening day, a ceremony will take place during …

Award-winning olive oil bottle celebrating 1821 on display at Hellenic Museum

A special 1821 commemorative bottle for the award-winning Ladi Biosas Limited Edition olive oil is on display at the Hellenic Museum in Melbourne. The design of the special ceramic blue …

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There’s a new Athens cultural hub – the former Tobacco Factory on Lenorman Street

The transformation of Athens’ former Public Tobacco Factory into a Cultural Centre is the talk of the town nowadays, as the renovation of the historic building – which is located …

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Steve Mouzakis’ art, life, truth – a wicked mix of fact and fiction

In his latest performance as John D’Agata in “The Lifespan of a Fact”, award-winning actor Steve Mouzakis masters a tightrope walk between facts and the truth. His real life, too, …

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Icons in the new age: Combining digital art and centuries of tradition

There is always something enchanting when you step foot into an Orthodox church or monastery. Walking by, pew by pew, saints overlook their devout followers from the walls and the …

Documentary looks at migrants’ role in developing Australian football

The undisputed fact that the roots of Australian football are intimately tied with the migrant communities is highlighted in a new documentary shown on Optus Sport. The documentary titled “Football …

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‘Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes’ features objects on loan from the British Museum to showcase physical prowess in antiquity

A major exhibition, Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes from the British Museum featuring 180 iconic objects that have never toured the southern hemisphere, is coming to the National Museum …

Greek-Canadian multicultural hero brings the bouzouki power to China

When George Sampson Sapounidis PHD, thought to learn a traditional Chinese folk song and then perform it before a Chinese audience in Ottawa, Canada, where he worked as a federal …

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