Lectures will be given on a wide range of topics, from illicit trafficking to Athenian architecture and museum management. Lectures vary every year between major topics in archaeology and art history of Greek culture but related to the general curriculum of this program. Lectures have been appointed to Greek and foreign established academics who have been awarded in their field of study.
Guest Lecture/ Illicit Trafficking of Antiquities
This lecture will specialize on the subject of illicit trafficking. The participants will be able to face universally well known cases of illicit trafficking. The lecture’s aim is to inform the students about the protection and the preservation of world cultural heritage.
Guest Lecture/ Central Athens Architectural Changes
This lecture will focus on the continuous architectural changes of the city of Athens. Athens is one of the oldest named cities in the world, having been continuously inhabited for at least 5000 years and today is a growing capital. The history of the Athenian architecture, from antiquity to present will be studied in this lecture accompanied by study visits.
Guest Lecture/ The Fashions of International Studio Making
This lecture will give the participants the opportunity to get an insight on contemporary design, fashion of contemporary artistic jewelry straight from the mouth of educators, artists, fine arts jewelry designers, and makers.