Vassilis Lambrinoudakis, Professor Emeritus of Classical Archaeology at the University of Athens -“The Sanctuary of Asclepius at Epidauros: New Finds Rewrite the Function and History of the Most Important Sanatorium in Antiquity”
Varvakeio Model Junior High School students adopt iconic ancient Greek theatres and introduce Greek students abroad to them
Cross – curricular teaching scenario combining English Language and History of Drama in Varvakeio Model Junior High School – part 2
“Boulouki” – The participatory project ‘Under the Landscape’
For the first time, works of contemporary art are exhibited at the Archaeological Museum of Ancient Messene.
This section details the funding sources for the restoration of ancient theaters. Apart from the two state funding gateways (government funds and funds from the European Union NSRF program), Diazoma aims to establish three new gateways, addressed to:
• local and regional governments, which can contribute financially through intergovernmental agreements with the Ministry of Culture
• The financially capable organizations of the country, who can become sponsors through the Law on Sponsorship
• citizens who can contribute to the efforts of Diazoma to restore and revive ancient theaters by making donations to Diazoma money boxes dedicated to each ancient theater.
With these three new funding gateways, Diazoma aspires to engage the entire community of citizens, and to create a movement for the love and protection of our cultural heritage.
(Last update December 2020)