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ARCAthens Virtual Residency 3 Synopsis Zoom Event on Dec. 19

December 15, 2020

NEW YORK – ARCAthens hosts AVR3 Synopsis- A Cross Cultural Dialogue, a presentation/discussion with ARCAthens Virtual Residency (AVR3) Fellows on Saturday, December 19, 12 PM EST.

The Zoom event completes the third AVR, which may be viewed on ARCAthens’ Instagram and website, and is an opportunity to meet and hear from the wonderful AVR Fellows, two dynamic, talented artists, Elia Alba and Maro Michalakakos and the organization’s first virtual Curatorial Fellow Eleni Riga regarding their experience with ARCAthens. Riga and ARCAthens Executive Director Aristides Logothetis will moderate the discussion.

Register online: https://bit.ly/2LEB96B.

ARCAthens’ mission is to provide opportunity and support to Visual Artists, Curators, and Scholars to further their research to focus on bridging international dialogue, cooperation, and understanding.

ARCAthens Virtual Residency provides financial and institutional support to promote its Fellows and encourage a new dialogue through the organization’s multiple digital platforms. Fellows are selected through nomination and invitation.

ARCAthens developed the AVR program in spring 2020 with the intention to bridge the constraints imposed by the pandemic by offering opportunity and support, inviting artists and curators to challenge their isolation, freely discuss their hopes and fears, and engage in a creative and productive inter-continental dialogue during this period of social distancing and dynamic social activism.

ARCAthens is a non-profit organization dedicated to hosting visual artists and curators from all parts of the world to live and create in Athens, Greece, and the Bronx, New York – thereby facilitating a diverse influx of expression, production, and learning.

More information is available online: https://bit.ly/38itnqH.

Follow ARCAthens on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/arc_athens/.

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