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Amikeco Puppet Show

Using the puppet as one of the most extraordinary theatrical instruments, we travel to a sweet and nostalgic world, where Amikeco, a protagonist, demonstrates the power of love and the value of true friendship.

The name Amikeco derives from Esperanto, the most widely used international language created to harmonize the different peoples of the world. In this unique language, amikeco means friendship.
Following Esperanto's noble conception of intercultural communication among the people of all nations, the performance "Amikeco" exclusively uses music.


Book Art Exhibition Walk-in Tour

Walk-in tour of Livres d’ Artistes: Book Art in Cyprus since the 1960s periodical exhibition of the Museum with Marina Christodoulidou and Evagoras Vanezis follows as an extensive session discussing each work individually. The open-ended nature of artists’ books is argued through the plethora of form, play of senses, texture, semantics and naming of the work which will be major points of reference.


Kathe Kollwitz presents a Brief History of Modern Art

...The word comes from the Greek language and means research, information, narration. Facts of the past concerning mankind. I'm Kathe Kollwitz, who has come to America. Seeking for something. How is it to live? To be alive...


Argentinean Tribute

Music at the Museum presents a clarinet and guitar concert with ‘The Claritar Duo’, George Georgiou, clarinet, and Dr. Socrates Leptos, guitar, featuring works by the Argentinean composers Astor Piazzolla and Diego Maximo Pujol.

The concert will take place on Thursday, 14 December 2017, 20:00 at the Zampelas Art Museum.

Astor Piazzolla | Histoire du Tango
Astor Piazzolla | Tango Etude Nr. 3
Diego Maximo Pujol | Preludio Triston
Diego Maximo Pujol | Suite de Buenos Aires

Admission fee: €10 / €7 concessions



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