20 October 2015 - 10 January 2016Inside & Outside the Onassis Stegi
MON–THURS & SUN 12:00–21:00 (last entry at 20:00)
FRI and SAT 12:00–22:00
(last entry at 21:00)
See below for ticketing details.
Digital RevolutionAn experience for all the family!Come in. Touch. Interact. This exhibition will blow your mind!
2 November 201519:00Main Stage
TALKS & THOUGHTS
Steve Vranakis: Code and CreativityHow code and creativity can change the world? Steve Vranakis, Executive Creative Director of Google Creative Lab, talks about the real "digital revolution".
6 November 201520:00Upper Stage
Music and LiteratureTHE HELLENIC PROJECTThe writers Michalis Ganas, Dimitris Kalokiris and Giorgos Koropoulis present their texts inspired by music.
6 November 201520:30Main Stage
Full price: 10 – 15 – 18 – 28 €
Reduced & Small groups
(5-9 people): 8 – 11 – 14 – 22 €
Large groups (10+ people):
6 – 9 – 12 – 20 €
People with disabilities: 5 € - Companions: 10 €
Unemployed: 5 €
Rudresh MahanthappaThe saxophonist who loves messing about with Charlie Parker. It’s been said that that’s a lot like Einstein messing about with Isaac Newton!
31 October - 21 November 2015
36 € (for the whole series)
Playing with RootlessrootLearn the Fighting Monkey method in a workshop of play and movement for teenagers.
Backstage step by step
7 November 2015 - 17 February 2016
Music Loves AutismA programme that takes place in locations throughout Greece for children on the broad spectrum of autism and their parentsMusic can motivate children on the broad spectrum of autism, enabling them to interact with their environment, develop communication skills and gain positive experiences on a personal and family level
7 November - 15 November 2015
Prices depend on the workshop
Genaration D. The digital new generation!Two workshops of digital art for children, on the occasion of the exhibition "Digital Revolution".The future is here!
7 November - 8 November 2015
Butterfly CodeA digital workshop for educatorsIdeas for introducing programming into the teaching process in schools. How can the code help the students in their school lessons?