Monthly Archives: July 2013

The earth is full: scarcity and abundance thinking

Originally posted on Philosophy for change:
‘Take care! Hot noontide sleeps upon the fields. Do not sing! Soft! The world is perfect’. ~Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra It may be the gloomiest TED talk ever. In 2012, the Australian environmentalist…

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Marvel Paphos Mosaic Series with passion for the classics

A unique opportunity to travel in time, as well as the present, to observe the current state of unique treasures of Art and Archeology in Paphos The David Allsop Classics, gives us today through the ‘Paphos Mosaic Series‘ a deeper … Continue reading

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Buffer Zone in the Historic Centre of Nicosia among 7 most endangered Europa Nostra Heritage Sites

The 7 Most Endangered for 2013 were selected by Europa Nostra’s Board from the 14 sites shortlisted by an Advisory Panel composed of international experts. Buffer Zone in the Historic Centre of Nicosia in CYPRUS The aftermath of the Cyprus … Continue reading

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Arteries and The flow of Art in Limassol

Arteries Project Within the framework of the cultural development of Limassol, The Arteries Foundation is organizing a program of art exhibitions that lead to a rediscovery of the old town center. This innovative project presents young artists, who are given … Continue reading

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Trowelblazing and amphora handle

Originally posted on Ancient Cypriot art in Leeds:
I’m very pleased to have a guest post on the Trowelblazers blog. It’s a brilliant site, designed to ‘reset imaginations’ by celebrating women’s contributions to archaeology, palaeontology and geology (you can read…

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