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.
From the 13th to the 16th of September, the Greenwave Festival will take place in Thessaloniki. The main goal of the festival is to encourage a more ecological way of living. Two of our volunteers talked to one of the organizers for some more information about the festival and the movement behind it.
The Balkan Square (Valkaniki Plateia) festival takes place in Thessaloniki every year. Our volunteers talked to one of the organizers to gain some knowledge about the festival and the philosophy behind it.
Action art is a non-profit company founded in 2009 by Rodanthi Dimitressi in Thessaloniki. The aim of the company is the promotion of the “Intangible Cultural Heritage”. They want to encourage young people to participate in the artistic process and cultural creation through various activities and programs.
Thessaloniki lovers talk about the issues in the city and the world with their fresh volunteering minds. We hope that you enjoy the show!
The Balkan festival is more than a special event with its folklore and traditions. It is an event where youth and elders gather together. Balkan fest is an annual event which took place, this year, in Thessaloniki, between 16-17th of February and it attracted many local people and city guests. According to the organizers, this year, the festival lasted longer and also offered more diverse music bands than before.
If you are interested by Videos, Images and Pictures (VIP), the Stamp Festival was the place where you had to be! During three days, from the 5th to the 7th of July The Stamp festival was doing differents workshops and activities about videos, images and pictures. This festival was the opportunity to discover differents types of arts through videos, images, and pictures.
One of the most inspiring events held in town last month was the 3rd Thessaloniki Recycling Festival, a subject that needs to be taken more and more into consideration if we want this world to be a better place for next generations.
The 19th edition of the documentary festival in Thessaloniki is opening today. The acclaimed event screens 213 documentaries from all around the world for the next ten days. With such an impressive program, it can be quite a challenge to decide which ones you should go watch. But fortunately, we teamed up with the festival to give you 5 recommendations.
Here are some of the pictures capturing the Street Art Festival 2017 that was taking place from 09. June to 11. June in Thessaloniki. The pictures were made by Valentina Orlando.