ONASSIS FOUNDATION'S EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS 2016-2017
What does an owl have in come with the Hellenic Nomarchy, the history of etching, and Homer? How can music meet Cavafy, and also inspire a child with autism?
The educational programmes of the Onassis Foundation for 2016–2017 begin with actions inside and outside the Onassis Library, at the Onassis Cultural Centre, and in schools throughout the country.
The themes highlight the wealth of the Onassis Library, which opens its door for the first time to the public, the innovative approaches of the Cavafy Archive, also drawing on the vigour of the Special Education workshops. Free for the public, the educational programmes of the Onassis foundation promise many different and interesting experiences for both children and adults.
All the educational programs of the Onassis Foundation are free of charge and participation is on a first-come, first-served basis. Please book your place at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +30 210 37 13 000 (Monday-Friday 9:00-17:00).
More information on the educational programmes of the Onassis Foundation will be announced in the scheduled press conference on Monday, 21 November 2016 (Onassis Library, 12:00).