"Mediterranean Cultural Landscapes" was implemented under the framework of the "Strategic Development Action of Research and Technological Bodies"
The project "METOPO: Mediterranean Cultural Landscapes" was implemented under the framework of the "Strategic Development Action of Research and Technological Bodies" and funded by the Operational Programme "Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship and Innovation" (EPAnEK) under the NSRF 2014-2020, with the co-sponsor European Union (European Regional Development Fund).
Aspects of the theatrical landscape: the travels of foreign actors in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Black Sea. Fermentations and interactions between East and West
Scientific coordinator: Constantina Georgiadi
The aim of this research project is to trace, record and process the landscapes of the wandering actors and actresses in the wider Mediterranean region and the Black Sea and to investigate the artistic and cultural interactions between the Greek and the European theatre from about mid-nineteenth century until the beginning of the twentieth.
Transforming the rural and political landscape: The implementation of the Land Reform in Thessaly and Macedonia
Scientific coordinator: Socrates Petmezas
Scientific coordinator: Apostolos Delis
From the landscape of the romantics to the artof the land. Representations of the Greek landscape in the arts from the 18th until the late 20th century (painting, engraving, photography)
Scientific responsible: Evgenios D. Matthiopoulos
The project aims at the systematic recording and study of the pictorial production (paintings, prints and photographs) of the Greek natural landscape from the 18th to the 20th century.
Scientific coordinator: Panayotis K. Ioannou
This research programme is a continuation of the programme “Greek artists in the West (15th-18th century)”. It examines the pursuits of Greek artists who settled in various cities of the Italian peninsula and became engaged in its artistic developments, but did not cut their ties with Greece.
Scientific responsible: Andreas Lyberatos
Scientific coordinator: Christina Tsigonaki