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Protecting Cultural Heritage Should be a Priority, Senior UN Official Says About Greek Proposal

The UN can offer technical expertise and bring various organizations together in the fight to protect cultural heritage sites in Greece, Cyprus and elsewhere...

Scholarships Offered to Greek-American Students Who Can Best Describe the Term “Philotimo”

The Oxi Day Foundation, based in Washington, D.C., is now offering scholarships to five Greek-American students in grades 6-12 who can best describe the difficult-to-translate...

Greece Appeals US Court Decision over Ancient Bronze Statue

Greece's Ministry of Culture and Sports has appealed a recent New York State Court decision in favor of Sotheby's fine-art brokerage company over the...

Chicago’s National Hellenic Museum Hosts HCHC CrossRoad Program Scholars

Young Hellenic scholars participating in CrossRoad, the 10-day academic institute run by the Hellenic College Holy Cross, attended a workshop, a tour and keynote...

Art Museum of the Americas Hosts Nia Tavlarides Stratos Exhibition

Well-known artist Nia Tavlarides Stratos has had the distinction of having her exceptional artistic work exhibited at the Organization of American States' Art Museum...

Chicago’s National Hellenic Museum Launches Free, Online Collections Portal (video)

The National Hellenic Museum (NHM) announced on Wednesday the launch of the NHM Collections & Archives Portal, which allows anyone to access the Museum’s...

Eva Palmer Sikelianos, the American Artist Who Lived Like an Ancient Greek

A recent biography by author Artemis Leontis, titled “Eva Palmer Sikelianos: A Life in Ruins,” depicts the life and work of an atypical American...

Archbishop Elpidophoros Visits National Hellenic Museum in Chicago

His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros of America visited the National Hellenic Museum (NHM) in Chicago on Sunday, July 7. While being walked through the classroom space...

Chicago’s National Hellenic Museum Holds Annual Gala

The National Hellenic Museum (NHM), which is dedicated to collecting, preserving and portraying the legacy of Greek history and culture in America, held its annual...

Ancient Greek Treasures on Display at Indianapolis Museum

An exhibit featuring more than one hundred and fifty priceless objects from ancient Greece will open at the Indianapolis Museum on June 15. The show,...

Best-Selling Greek-American Author Writes About Globe-Trotting Year

Greek-American man Philip Nicozisis, a prominent Palm Beach entrepreneur, became a "digital nomad" during a year-long odyssey which took him to twelve cities on...

Rare Performance of Euripides’ Herakles in the Original Greek in New York

A unique experience of ancient Greek drama was presented to the audience at the Minor Latham Playhouse in New York recently. Euripides’ famous tragedy ''Herakles''...

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