An interactive photo-project by Michela Sartini During these dark times, some people’s voices might easily disappear. “My (…) Quarantine!” photo-projects aims to give a voice to that person, especially women*, transgender, non-binary, who might find in dangerous situations all over Europe. In order to express their feelings, and in general to understand what they’re going […]
Those historical facts will let you speechless! Let’s check your history knowledge. The popular name “Jessica” was created by playwright William Shakespeare “Jessica”, as it’s currently spelled, was first found in William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice in 1598 where Jessica is the name of Shylock’s daughter. The name is an anglicization of the biblical […]
On the 13th of June, a screening of some of Marco Castelli’s work took place in To Pikap. Marco is an Italian artist from Firenze currently volunteering in Fix in Art as part of the European Voluntary Service program. The money raised during his exhibition, on the theme of migration, went to Οικόπολις, a social […]
After its appearance in Berlin and Sundance Film Festivals, Shooting the Mafia has been presented in 21st Thessaloniki Documentary Festival. Battaglia’s story is one of a fierce woman in a dangerous world of men.
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.
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?
At the end of October, I decided to go on a trip to Albania with a group of volunteer friends.
Backpacks packed, smiles on our faces and excitement in our blood. Is it worth going to Albania? Yes!
When you think about Santorini, the first thing that comes into your mind is the white houses with blue windows. This photogallery shows you some of them!
This is what you can see when you enter a building that you don’t know, and you don’t even know if you’re allowed to come in. Before the students came back to school, this is what the engineering university of Thessaloniki looked like.
Dear readers, you have the opportunity to become a part of the next Balkan Beats magazine (edition 24). How? By entering our photo competition for the next Balkan Beats frontpage. We want your help to take photos and send to us. The Best photography will appear on the First page of the magazine. The magazine is […]