Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 March 2014 12:24
The Department of Audio and Visual Arts (AVARTS) and the Department of Music Studies (Electroacoustic Music Research and Applications Lab, EPHMEE) of the Ionian University once again jointly organize the 8th annual Festival of Audiovisual Arts.
Last Updated on Monday, 03 February 2014 14:56
Assistant Professor in the Avarts Dept. Konstantinos Tiligadis participates in the exhibition “Receptor – into the sack” focuses on things of significant personal value according to the way we choose to confess or hide them, in an outside-to-inside process.
Opening: Monday 27th January, at 19:00
Duration of Exhibition: 27 January – 27 February 2014
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 14:00 – 21:00
Last Updated on Monday, 18 November 2013 17:20
Marianne Strapatsakis, painter and video artist, is participating in two major art events in France and in England.
In Marseilles, Cultural Capital 2013, she is invited to represent Greece in the dedication for the “50 years of Video Art”, organised by the 26th Festival "Les instants video-numériques et poétiques”(www.instantsvideo.com). She is participating with the 3-channel video installation “Invisible Places – The Vast White”, the last part of the trilogy “Birth-Life-Death”.
In England (Edinburgh, Jarrow, Cambridge) she is participating in the exhibition “Myths, memories and mysteries: how artists respond to the past” curated by Roger Wollen. There will be presented three paintings made on stainless steel – a material she uses since 1984 and that led to her engagement with video art – and a 7' video art tape, both inspired by the Byzantine Art.
Last Updated on Friday, 20 December 2013 17:39
The Proceedings of the two-day symposium Art and Interculturality in the Mediterranean Region have been published by Fagotto Books, with ISBN 978-960-7260-51-2.
The proceedings ebook is available at: Fagotto Books
Festival website : http://avarts.ionio.gr/festival
Last Updated on Monday, 03 February 2014 16:15
The Visual Dialogues 2013, which the Onassis Cultural Centre is staging for the third time, mark the 150th anniversary of the birth and 80th anniversary of the death of the great poet, C.P. Cavafy (1863-1933). Participating artist is the graduate of the AVarts Dept. Bill Psarras.