Category Archives: Arts & society

Zambartas, Vins de Chypre C’est quoi ça? Réponse á tout!

Originally posted on A Nature of Wine:
Dans un Français fluide l’ oenologue et propriètaire Akis Zambartas fait une mise au point avec Benoit Gaboriaud sur les points forts de Chypre. “Le vignoble chypriote est le seul en Europe qui…

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POETRY AND WINE – The God of the Grape

It is poetry today that is best placed to delve into the sacred soil and divine providence of the vine, describe the uses of wine as a release from the everyday and as an aphrodisiac, and explore our complex and … Continue reading

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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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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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Creative innovation and happiness for a Brave New World

The Kids University at ARTos Foundation returns this summer with an exciting two-week workshop A response to the need for children to develop their creative and critical thinking and to provide them with valuable knowledge and inspiration. The Kids University … Continue reading

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Changing hands

Originally posted on Ancient Cypriot art in Leeds:
I have previously written about the Cypriot jug owned by Mr Joseph Hall of Kirkstall, and given to the Museum in 1957 by his daughter, Mrs Ethel Stott (as far as I know,…

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Ceramics still a gateway to exploring Cyprus Culture

Medieval Ceramics in their Wider Context Cyprus Cyprus explored through Ceramics This symposium should provide a stimulus for all, discovering new keys of Ceramics so as to encourage more communication and cooperation in the further development and understanding of this … Continue reading

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Diamantis – The world of Cyprus is here to stay

The permanent exhibition returns to stay at the Leventis Museum in Nicosia. After 37 years and many miles, “The World of Cyprus” Ο Κόσμος της Κύπρου by Adamantios Diamantis returns permanently in Cyprus.  Here ends one chapter and begin another. It … Continue reading

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#Cyprus social mentions surpass the 1.000.000 mark in the eye of the storm

It’s to be thankful for the rock solid foundations of the island of Cyprus as it stood firm in the eye of the storm on Twitter last fortnight. It’s undeniable that the most reliable medium and the most adapted for … Continue reading

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