ARCAthens Virtual Residency Fellows Discussion Online August 22

NEW YORK – ARCAthens presents its second AVR (ARCAthens Virtual Residency) Synopsis – A Cross Cultural Dialogue Between the AVR Fellows on Saturday, August 20, 12 PM EST, via Zoom, with the two 2020 AVR Fellows, contemporary artists Eirini Linardaki and Michael Paul Britto, moderated by ARCAthens Executive Director Aristides Logothetis.

Logothetis said via email, “We are so pleased to invite you to a presentation/discussion by ARCAthens Virtual Residency (AVR2) Fellows on Saturday, August 22, 12pm EST. This zoom event completes our second AVR, which you can see on our Instagram, or on our website, and is an opportunity to meet and hear from our wonderful Fellows, two dynamic, talented artists, regarding their experience with ARCAthens.”

Register online: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_BChJfIZBTTGRjtEOp2kgfQ.

More information is also available online: https://arcathens.org/about/aa-virtual-residency/.

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