Flea Market at Helexpo!

The third and fourth of june was the second session of the Flea market. But, what is it?  The Flea Market is a place where you can find clothes, antiquities,craft products like soap, jewerls, perfume, but also vinyls, old cameras,books and food,  in  good prices.   The Flea Market is not just about sell, it’s the […]

The Mobile Info Team: how to support refugees by informing them

The Greek refugees crisis of 2015 sharped the creativity of hundreds of volunteers all around the world to find new ways of helping who was escaping from war, violence and poverty. A shelter and a hot meal were not the only things that refugees had to struggle for once arrived in Greece. The lack of […]

Civil March For Aleppo was compassion, hope and love between humans

The words of Anna Alboth in December of 2016 created an huge international movement for peace, the Civil March for Aleppo I don’t want just to stand for Aleppo. I want to go to Aleppo (Anna Alboth). To show their solidarity with war victims and to share the peace message. During the journey, more than 3000 people […]

Video is Art at Stamp Festival

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 […]

Tell me how you drink the coffee
and I’ll tell you who you are

Coffee. Without doubts European countries are affected by this culture. Coffee is a pleasure – sometimes a need – that a large number of people claim to be almost dependent. Swiftly consumed at the bar counter. Slowly drank at a bar table for hours. Greece boasts – as well as Turkey and the Balkans – […]

Thessaloniki Pride

During the Thessaloniki Pride 9 people from 9 different countries came together to create a radioshow. In youth exchange “Diversity in Visual Arts” they practised their radio skills and covered the Thessaloniki Pride with interviews, voxpops and much more. Experience or re-experience the sounds and colours of the pride. Contributors: Giannis Kourtis, Kasper Jepsen, Lara Akabuds, Matea […]

Tsiknopempti, the “Fat Thursday” in Thessaloniki

  Music, balloons, masks and of course souvlakia. This the receipt for the Greek Carnival that took place on the 16th February, in Thessaloniki. The name of this particular day in Greek is Tsiknopempti, which literally means “Fat Thursday” and according to the tradition is the day when you can “exaggerate” before the period of […]

5 films you should watch at Thessaloniki Documentary Festival

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 […]