Bravery of Μigrants Honoured on Canvas

Migrants who to start new lives in Australia are the bravest of adventurers, says artist Anne Warren (photo). The Alphington woman won a $4000 prize...

Mikis Theodorakis’ ‘Axion Esti’ Performed in Australia for the First Time

The works of composer Mikis Theodorakis and Nobel Prize-winning poet Odysseas Elytis will be celebrated on April 17 as part of the Greek Festival of...

Greek Art Exhibition Featuring Felicia Aroney and Yanni Souvatzoglou at Art2Muse Gallery

Greek-born Felicia Aroney is using acrylics and oils to simultaneously depict her Greek heritage and her Australian upbringing. With the Australian Ferry Wren bird,...

Evzones to Join Greek National Day Event in Melbourne

A group of Greek evzones -- elite soldiers popularly known for the famous changing of the guard ceremony in Athens -- will travel to...

Vasilis Skoulas Coming Back to Australia

During the commemorating anniversary of 40 years since its establishment, and as part of the Arcadia Festival 2012, the Pancretan Association of Melbourne announced...

Lemnos – Gallipoli Project: Women in War

Preparations for the Lemnos-Gallipoli Project: Women in War are finally coming to an end. The international cultural project is organized in commemoration of the...

Greek Singer Alkinoos Ioannidis to Perform at 29th GCM Festival

The famous Greek singer and songwriter Alkinoos Ioannidis will be traveling to Melbourne to perform at the 29th Lonsdale Festival on Saturday, February 27. The...

”The Palace” by Antonis Maras Possible Oscar Contender

Greek director Antonis Maras will hopefully score an Oscar nomination for his short film "The Palace", inspired by real events of 1974, has already won three awards in Australia. "The Palace" won this year's prize...