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8 October - 9 October 2016

Upper Stage
Free admission

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Diasporas in Dialogue: Multiculturalism, Migration and the Improvisatory ImaginationConference

Is there a place for arts-based practices in addressing the refugee/immigration crisis?

9 November 2016 - 29 March 2017

19:00
Free admission with entrance tickets.

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Digital WednesdaysCycle C | The Internet is Dead

The Internet. So deeply rooted in our lives, that we barely see it.

18 November 2016

19:00Upper Stage
Free admission

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Symposium: Is there a “new” American avant-garde?Critical approaches to contemporary experimental American practices

Leading American scholars will investigate contemporary experimental artistic practices in the USA questioning their impact on history, identity and the everyday life.

30 November 2016

19:00Main Stage
Free admission

TALKS & THOUGHTS

A spot of gossip with Marjane Satrapi

She wrote the international bestseller "Persepolis", is directing Uma Thurman and will be coming to the Main Stage of the OCC for a conversation with the journalist Anna Damianidi.

21 October - 4 December 2016

Apply now at http://hack-the-camp.eventbrite.com  
until 13 October 2016.

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Hack the CampHackathon on Refugee and Integration Challenges

Programmers, designers, social entrepreneurs, humanitarian workers, educators, artists and other interested professionals are invited to work together and find sustainable and scalable solutions for and with refugees and migrants in Greece.

14 December 2016

19:00Main Stage
Free admission 

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Discussion on Shakespeare’s SonnetsHommage on the occasion of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death

Contemporary poets and critics will discuss the nature of the Sonnets, trying to find new insights into Shakespeare’s enigmatic poems.

19 December 2016

19:00
Free admission

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Claire BishopOS XXI: Contemporary Art and the Society of Attention in the 21st Century

Claire Bishop, Professor of Art History at the CUNY Graduate Center in New York, is coming to Panteion University to talk about the role art can play in the age of social media, search engines and 24/7 online living.

10 January 2017

19:00Upper Stage
Free admission

TALKS & THOUGHTS

The celebrated Arabic poet Adonis at the OCC

The winner of a Goethe Prize and nominated six times for the Nobel Prize in Literature, Adonis, one of the Arab World’s greatest poets and a self-imposed exile from Syria, is coming to the OCC.

12 January 2017

19:00Upper Stage
Free admission

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Constantinos Daskalakis, the Greek professor from MIT, at the OCCArtificial Intelligence 2.0

At 27, he became an Assistant Professor at MIT and solved John Nash’s puzzle. Now he’s coming to the OCC to talk to us about the revolution in artificial intelligence.

9 March 2017

19:00Main Stage
Free entrance, on a first come first served basis. Reservation is required. Click here to reserve your seat.

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Guerrilla Girls

Meet the anonymous militant feminists who put on gorilla masks to tackle sexism, racism and corruption in politics, art and pop culture.

10 March 2017

20:00Main Stage
Free entrance, on a first come first served basis. Reservation is required. Click here to reserve your seat.

TALKS & THOUGHTS

A conversation about Eurobasket 1987

What were you doing in June 1987? Do the phrases “one plus one shot”, or “our qualification’s now in the hands of this honourable giant” remind you of anything? Watch live the conversation about the unforgettable Eurobasket 1987 tournament thirty years on.

11 March - 12 March 2017

The entrance is free and on a first come, first served basis. Due to limited seat availability, reservation is required. Click here to reserve your seat.

TALKS & THOUGHTS

The Death of Recorded MusicA new sonic reality is born

Two days of lectures, discussions, performances, dj sets, and screenings about the end of recorded music and its future. Participants: Daniel Miller (Mute/London), Bill Drummond (KLF, K Foundation), Adam Harper (musicologist, music critic, and writer), Bill Kouligas (PAN), James Leyland Kirby (The Caretaker), and the media performance ensemble AUDiNT of Kode9 (Hyperdub), Toby Heys and Eleni Ikoniadou

19 March 2017

19:00Diplareios School (Theatrou sq 3, Athens centre)
Free entrance, on a first come first served basis.
Reservation is required. Click here to reserve your seat.

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Tomorrow’s StoreysCritical fictions on the future of Athens

Can we imagine the future of Athens and, if so, how? Artists and architects construct narratives for the future of Athens which they will present in an open to the public discussion.

24 March 2017

19:00Main Stage
Free entrance, on a first come first served basis.
Reservation is required. Click here to reserve your seat.

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Who is afraid of the Pussy Riot?

Meet the Russian activists who were sentenced to prison after their performance "Punk Prayer" in Moscow’s cathedral.

2 - 21 May 2017

FESTIVALS

Fast Forward Festival 4

A contemporary festival, reclaiming public and private spaces in Athens and Piraeus, taking place within a fortnight. The 4th Fast Forward Festival explores the notion of home, of forced displacement and global strategies of precarization through socially engaged artistic practices.

13 - 14 May 2017

Upper Stage
Free entrance, on a first come first served basis.
Prebooking: infotickets@sgt.gr & +30 213 017 8036
The distribution of entrance tickets begins one (1) hour before and during the symposium.
 

TALKS & THOUGHTS

FFF4 | International Symposium: "On Homelands and the Stateless as the World Tilts Right"

An international symposium co-organized by the Fast Forward Festival and Creative Time (New York) that brings together international and local artists, curators, cultural administrators, and organizers to address the challenges facing artists and activist communities under prevailing economic and political conditions.

17 May 2017

17:00Diplareios School (Theatrou sq 3, Athens centre)
Free admission

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Tomorrow’s Talks

Speculations, stories, fictions: What role can they play in a contradictory era when they become part of architectural and artistic projects? The discussion will focuses on current practices and methodologies that use speculation to explore near or distant futures.

12 June 2017

19:00Upper Stage
Free admission

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Headscarves, Hymens and Sexual Revolution

The award-winning Egyptian-American journalist Mona Eltahawy who introduces herself as a proud, liberal Muslim is coming to the Onassis Cultural Centre.

24 June 2017

20:30Main Stage
The discussion will be translated into the Greek sign language.

Admission is free and on a first come first served basis. Reservation is required. For reservations, please contact infotickets@sgt.gr. (Available from Wednesday 14th, 9.00 a.m.). You can reserve up to 2 seats, providing per seat a name and a surname, mobile phone number and e-mail address.

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Giannis and Thanasis Antetokounmpo at the Onassis Cultural Centre-Athens

Tune in live. Saturday, 24 June 2017 at 20:30. Live on facebook and at sgt.gr. Giannis and Thanasis Antetokounmpo at the Onassis Cultural Centre: they will not talk so much about basketball, but about the importance of the journey, about what it means to be "Greek", and about all that it takes in order to succeed. Hosted by Afroditi Panagiotakou, Director of Culture, Onassis Foundation.

29 June 2017

19:00Upper Stage
Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Takis Ch. Zenetos: "Electronic Urbanism", 40 years after

The discussion will focus on the main principles of Zenetos' research on the city and house of the future, and the reevaluation of “Electronic Urbanis” in line with the recent technological and social developments.