The exhibition “Van Gogh – The Experience” offers a new experience, combining art with technology. It brings art to the people in a whole new way.
What would it be like if buildings could speak? What would we learn from the many years of trees or other items? Unfortunately, we do not have the power to talk to them, but we can delve into the history of these places or objects. In this way, we can learn more about the places […]
Blonde in Greece? Hmm… I am probably waiting for better weather to start traveling in Greece. In the meantime, I was on the road again: this time to Istanbul! It was not my first trip to the city between two continents, but this time, it was a different adventure. Join me!
Thessaloniki has many fascinating buildings, and some of them have long and interesting stories. What is the history of the building of the State Conservatory of Thessaloniki? Find out more about this building that also housed the Ottoman Bank and IKA.
Every day, many events happen in Thessaloniki. Some of them end up being a pleasant surprise! ACT volunteer Clément shares some pictures of a graffiti event at the 7PLY festival.
I went on a trip to Lefkada in the beginning of May. We were 6 people that hitchhiked from Thessaloniki to the island. We camped, rented quads and enjoyed every single thing! Click to see the video of our adventure in Lefkada.
The year 2018 has been amazing, but it is time to say goodbye to the old one and greet a more interesting new year! As our volunteers are from many different countries, let’s have a little look at New Year’s traditions in the countries all over Europe.
In the Netherlands, it is very common to write rhymes during December. On the 5th of December, we celebrate Sinterklaas, or Saint Nicholas. To younger children, we tell that he comes to bring presents, similar to what people say about Santa Clause in many other countries. Once people grow older, they generally do not believe […]
What do you know about Christmas in other European countries? As it is Christmas time, I want to share something about Swedish Christmas (Swedish: jul) traditions. Perhaps some things are similar to how it is celebrated in Greece, or in your own country, or perhaps it is totally different?
Nowadays, taking a picture is something commonplace. We all have smartphones, different cameras, we add different filters… but do we really know what photography is? And what about black and white photography?