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 […]
Winter has come and we braced ourselves 😀 In this episode you will discover how and where we’ve celebrated New Year, how people are dealing with the snow in Greece and what to do in order to survive in very challenging conditions of local winter 😀 Find your comfortable spot near the fireplace or under the warm blanket and join our lovely company 😉
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 moved to Greece 9 months ago. I can say I was lucky enough to catch some of the most beautiful sunsets I ever saw in my life. For some of them, I had my camera with me and I managed to catch them in a photo or video. See a collection of them in this photo gallery!
From the 6th of October until 20th of January, the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art has an exhibition dedicated to Alexander Iolas. A man, who had a big influence on art and discovered many great artists. This exhibition is the largest that has been organised to honour him.
1.5 week ago, from the 23rd to the 25th of November, the IFAISTIADA goalball tournament took place in the Ε.Α.Κ. Σταυρούπολης gymnasium. The event was organised by the IFAISTOS blind sports club and gathered eight teams from seven different countries. Sweat, concentration, respect, humility… the combination of everything built a good competition.
Tomorrow, the first of December, is World AIDS Day. On this day, we raise awareness about HIV and AIDS. To highlight this day, we interviewed two employees, Amalia and Vasilis, from Thess Checkpoint, the HIV prevention centre in Thessaloniki. They told us more about their work and stigma around HIV and AIDS in Greek society. We also got tested for HIV ourselves to see how the process goes.
Discover the world of calisthenics in Thessaloniki. An incredible discipline that lately is becoming every day more famous.