Conferences / Lectures / Events

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The Panayotis & Effie Michelis Foundation organises conferences and lectures on aesthetics, architecture, the philosophy of art, and art in general, including: The following events are indicative:

International Symposium of the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA)

“Aesthetic and Functional Values in Landscape Design”, Athens, 1988, in collaboration with the Pan-Hellenic Association of Landscape Architects (PHALA) and the Hellenic Society for Aesthetics.

Anglo-Hellenic Symposium on Aesthetics, Athens, 1994

“Aesthetics in Education, Culture and Tradition”, in collaboration with the Hellenic Society for Aesthetics.

Conference on “Children and Aesthetic Education”, Athens, 1996

In collaboration with the Hellenic Society for Aesthetics.

Franco-Hellenic Symposium on Aesthetics, Athens, 1997

L’art comme Contestation”, in collaboration with the Hellenic Society for Aesthetics.

International Conference, “Art and Landscape”, Athens, 1998

In collaboration with the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) and the Pan-Hellenic Association of Landscape Architects (PHALA).

First Mediterranean Congress of Aesthetics, Athens, 2000, “Aesthetics on the Threshold of the Third Millennium”

In collaboration with the Hellenic Society for Aesthetics.

Executive Committee Meeting of the IAA (International Association for Aesthetics), Athens, 2003

The Conference “New Perspectives in Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art” was organised as part of the meeting in collaboration with the Hellenic Society for Aesthetics.

Conference on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the death of Panayiotis Michelis

Conference on “The Significance of Philosophy in Architectural Education”, Patras 2009.

Lecture by Stelios Lydakis, professor of History of Art, University of Athens

“Greek funerary monuments and sculptures and their prototypes”, Michelis Foundation’s Exhibition and Events Hall, 2018. | https://www.blod.gr/lectures/ellinika-koimitiriaka-mnimeia-kai-glypta-ta-protypa-tous/

Lecture by Ioannis Mylonopoulos, professor of Classical Art and Archaeology, Columbia University (New York)

“We didn’t need dialogue! We had faces! Emotions, facial expressions, and the exposure of teeth in ancient Greek art.”, Michelis Foundation’s Exhibition and Events Hall, 2019. | https://www.blod.gr/lectures/den-hreiazomastan-dialogo-tote-eihame-prosopa-synaisthimata-ekfraseis-prosopou-kai-dontia-stin-arhaia-elliniki-tehni/

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