7PLY Project Festival: Let’s celebrate urban culture!

During all the week at the French Institute of Thessaloniki, the urban culture was highlighted. 7PLY project is the name of this festival which exists since 2006. The objective is to unite artists, musicians and people who are interested in street art and urban culture. Workshops, a skateboarding contest, exhibition… Come with us to the backstage.

Acropolis, the citadel of Athens

Acropolis, the masterpiece of antiquity, the stunning walls on an ascent of the famous city includes several temples dedicated to the goddess Athena as well as Greek theaters, whose original ruins symbolize durability and testify to different epochs of human history, their creations, and their desire for survival.

Silent demonstration against vandalism

This week, the 4th of July at 6 o’clock in the evening, the citizens of Thessaloniki gathered for Holocaust commemoration after vandal attacks. The Holocaust Memorial at Eleftherias square was disgraced on July 27th just after protest between Greece and FYROM agreement. Vandals threw black paint and left a tag with Golden Dawn name on it, unfortunately, the Israeli flag was destroyed as well.

Athens Pride 2018

Athens Pride is a wholly voluntary, nonprofit company operating under the Greek Civil Code since 2006. Its primary objective is the organization of the Athens Pride Annual Prize and the Pride Parade. Our volunteers joined the parade, its colorful flags, participants, music and sounds. Feel it through the photos made by Laura Samuilyte For more […]

Open Walk Thessaloniki in film

18-19.11.2017 OPEN WALK/ Ph: Valentina Orlando An itinerary that opened the event of OPEN HOUSE THESSALONIKI and (literally) the doors of buildings, that usually are closed off to the public, brought us around the areas near the port. The analog photography in black and white allows the geometries to stand out. The spaces multiply in […]

Athens Polytechnic Uprising Manifestation – 2017 in Thessaloniki

17.11.2017 Uprising Manifestation in Thessaloniki/ Ph: Lorenzo Sciuca From the University building to Aristotle Square, hundreds of Thessaloniki citizens walked in remembrance of the happenings of the Uprising, shouting out command words, raising the question of whether they were recapitulating what happened in 1973, or fighting for their rights today: «We are free!» «We don’t […]