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Museum of Cycladic Art Kids’ Contest Everyday Heroes Extended until April 29

ATHENS – On the occasion of the exhibition Antiquarianism and Philhellenism: The Thanassis and Marina Martinos Collection at the Museum of Cycladic Art, children ages 4-15 are invited to bring their own “Everyday Heroes” to life.

The deadline for submissions to the Everyday Heroes kids’ contest has been extended to April 29.

Through paintings, sculptures and other artworks, we search for information and learn about the Heroes of that period, and connect them to their contemporary counterparts.

Who are your own Everyday Heroes, and what makes them stand out?

We see them all around us, we imagine and draw them, making them even more unique!

More information about the contest is available online: https://kidscontest.cycladic.gr/en/.

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