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'''Festivals''': [[Athens Video Art Festival]] (*2005), [[Avant-Garde Film Festival]] (*2004), [[Hertz]] (*2010), [[medi@terra]] (*1998).<br>
 
'''Festivals''': [[Athens Video Art Festival]] (*2005), [[Avant-Garde Film Festival]] (*2004), [[Hertz]] (*2010), [[medi@terra]] (*1998).<br>
'''Events''': [[Dorkbot Athens]] (*2008).<br>
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'''Events''': [http://avtonomi-akadimia.net/ Avtonomi Akadimia: Knowing Ourselves] (*2015), [[Dorkbot Athens]] (*2008).<br>
 
'''Past events''': [[Adhocracy (exhibition)|Adhocracy]] exhibition (2015), [http://newbabylonrevisited.net New Babylon Revisited] workshop series (2014), [[Eclectic Tech Carnival]] (2003).
 
'''Past events''': [[Adhocracy (exhibition)|Adhocracy]] exhibition (2015), [http://newbabylonrevisited.net New Babylon Revisited] workshop series (2014), [[Eclectic Tech Carnival]] (2003).
  

Revision as of 10:45, 17 June 2019

Initiatives: Audiophile Club of Athens (*1998), Fournos.

Festivals: Athens Video Art Festival (*2005), Avant-Garde Film Festival (*2004), Hertz (*2010), medi@terra (*1998).
Events: Avtonomi Akadimia: Knowing Ourselves (*2015), Dorkbot Athens (*2008).
Past events: Adhocracy exhibition (2015), New Babylon Revisited workshop series (2014), Eclectic Tech Carnival (2003).

Media: 1000+1 Tilt label (*1993).

Spaces: 3 137 artist-run space (*2012), Booze, CAMP, Circuits and Currents, Green Park cultural squat (*2015), M55 gallery (*2005), OMMU bookstore, Praxitelous bar, Six D.O.G.S.

Art workers: Anastasia Chrysanthakopoulou (1972), Anna Hatziyiannaki, Daphne Dragona (1975), Elpida Karaba, Georgia Kotretsos, Ilan Manouach (1980), Maria Karagianni (1979), Martin Carlé, Mit Mitropoulos, Panagiotis Tomaras, Rea Walldén, Thanasis Kaproulias, Yiannis Kranidiotis, Yorgo Yeorgiou.

More
  • Athens in Indie Travel Guide, [1]


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