Photog Gekas Wins World Award

Amateur Greek photographer Vassilis Gekas from Melbourne has won the Loupe Award, a major international photography contest. Daily newspapers in Australia, Britain, the U.S.A, the...

Gaitanou’s L’isola Disabitata Gets Raves

Haydn's L'isola Disabitata (The Desert Island), directed by a 32-year old woman of Greek descent, Rodula Gaitanou, and presented at Hobart Baroque Festival in Tasmania,...

Melpomeni, Koraly Show Set For Melbourne

Melbourne-born artists Melpomeni and Koraly will come together on April 22 for an evening of collaboration which will see Koraly's spoken word woven into...

Two Greeks Named Writers in Residence

Two Greeks from the Diaspora, author Christos Tsiolkas and director and screenwriter Ana Kokkinos were chosen this year by the RMIT University to share...

Trapped in Mykonos Based on Euripides

Trapped in Mykonos is the title of the new Australian stage production which is going to have its international premiere in Seymour Center Reginald...

Barry Keldoulis Promotes Australian Artists

One of the leading figures in Australian art, Barry Keldoulis, a well-known Greek-Australian gallerist, has been named CEO and group fairs director of Art...

Antipodes Festival Draws The Pols

Prime Minister Julia Gillard led a large contingent of politicians who came to the March 16 opening of the Antipodes Festival, ignoring a chilly...

Sydney Greek Festival Opens

The Greek Festival of Sydney opened on March 7 at the Grand Roxy Restaurant in Brighton-Le-Sands, whose owner is Greek Vassilios Mougios. Celebrating the Greek identity...