Category Archives: Design

NEFELE | Visual Activism for Mental Health

Exhibition. 1-16 October, 12.00-22.00, Athens School of Fine Arts, 256 Peiraios st, Rentis & Bouziani Museum, 27-31 Bouziani Str, Dafni. Opening party: Sunday 2nd of October 20.00, at Athens School of Fine Arts. Curator: Maritina Kontaratou Visual culture is a

NEFELE | Visual Activism for Mental Health

Exhibition. 1-16 October, 12.00-22.00, Athens School of Fine Arts, 256 Peiraios st, Rentis & Bouziani Museum, 27-31 Bouziani Str, Dafni. Opening party: Sunday 2nd of October 20.00, at Athens School of Fine Arts. Curator: Maritina Kontaratou Visual culture is a

NEFELE | Art Residencies in Mental Health Units

In cooperation with the Career Office of the Athens School of Fine Arts. 1-16 October 2016, Athens School of Fine Arts, Pireos 256. Part of the 1st European Arts and Mental Health Festival NEFELE. Openning party 2nd of October, 20.00. Curator:

NEFELE | Art Residencies in Mental Health Units

In cooperation with the Career Office of the Athens School of Fine Arts. 1-16 October 2016, Athens School of Fine Arts, Pireos 256. Part of the 1st European Arts and Mental Health Festival NEFELE. Openning party 2nd of October, 20.00. Curator:

NEFELE | Unconscious Playground

1-16 October 2016, Bouzianis Museum, 27 Bouziani str, Dafni. Part of the 1st European Arts and Mental Health Festival NEFELE. Openning party: Saturday 1st of October, 18.00. Curator: Maritina Kontaratou This exhibition is inspired by the convergence of art with

NEFELE | Unconscious Playground

1-16 October 2016, Bouzianis Museum, 27 Bouziani str, Dafni. Part of the 1st European Arts and Mental Health Festival NEFELE. Openning party: Saturday 1st of October, 18.00. Curator: Maritina Kontaratou This exhibition is inspired by the convergence of art with

NEFELE: Everything you need to know

NEFELE project (Networking European Festivals for Mental Life Enhancement) – The project started its journey in Dublin meeting. A move towards establishing a network of Mental Health Arts Festivals across Europe, as well as the 1st European Mental Health Arts Festival,

NEFELE: Everything you need to know

NEFELE project (Networking European Festivals for Mental Life Enhancement) – The project started its journey in Dublin meeting. A move towards establishing a network of Mental Health Arts Festivals across Europe, as well as the 1st European Mental Health Arts Festival,

D.I.Y. Craftivism

On 10th and 11th of October 2015, DIY workshops by professional artists will take place at Athens Impact Hub, 28 Karaiskaki Str, Monastiraki, Athens, FREE ENTRANCE. Make a workshop reservation at art4more9@gmail.com until 5 October 2015. More information in Greek: http://www.edra-coop.gr

D.I.Y. Craftivism

On 10th and 11th of October 2015, DIY workshops by professional artists will take place at Athens Impact Hub, 28 Karaiskaki Str, Monastiraki, Athens, FREE ENTRANCE. Make a workshop reservation at art4more9@gmail.com until 5 October 2015. More information in Greek: http://www.edra-coop.gr

Therapeutic Architecture

The exhibition of therapeutic architecture featured scientific announcements, put up in the form of posters, issued by offices and research teams worldwide. These teams and offices had taken part in international conferences and competitions concerning buildings and applications of Therapeutic

Therapeutic Architecture

The exhibition of therapeutic architecture featured scientific announcements, put up in the form of posters, issued by offices and research teams worldwide. These teams and offices had taken part in international conferences and competitions concerning buildings and applications of Therapeutic

Social Design

Featuring socially sensitive posters of scientific and artistic interest, the exhibition brought poster designing and social concerns together and explored how this art contributes to triggering rapid social change to our everyday world. The exhibition illustrated Greek and foreign artists’

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Social Design

Featuring socially sensitive posters of scientific and artistic interest, the exhibition brought poster designing and social concerns together and explored how this art contributes to triggering rapid social change to our everyday world. The exhibition illustrated Greek and foreign artists’

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