Upcoming events

HELLENIC LYCEUM EXHIBITION

HELLENIC THREADS

                     Discovering the diversity of 18th & 19th Century Hellenic Dress

The largest show of Hellenic traditional dress and jewellery, outside of Greece, to be seen in Sydney.

8th March -5th April 2014

DAILY 10am to 3 pm

level 1 238 Castlereagh Street Sydney

above Alpha restaurant

 entry free.

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HELLENIC LYCEUM SYDNEY

LYKION TON ELLINIDON

INVITES MEMBERS & FRIENDS

TO OUR

DANCE CONCERT

WITH 200 LOCAL DANCERS IN NATIONAL COSTUME & SINGERS

AND 30 DANCERS FROM XANTHI GREECE TOGETHER WITH THEIR LIVE FIVE PIECE BAND

AT

SIR JOHN CLANCY AUDITORIUM, UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES

Building C24 Gate 9, High Street, Kensington

Saturday 30th November 2013

Doors open 6.30pm for a 7.00 start

Parking available from Botany Street Gate 11

For further details contact Rozy 0410 579 365 Kathy 0466 217 088

                                 Tickets :   $55.00 (Rows A-E)   $45.00 (Rows F-W)                       

 

                                               

HELLENIC LYCEUM 

          NSW PARLIAMENT HOUSE 7TH -25TH MARCH

Nurturing Hellenic Heritage the Australian Way

                 Hosted by Hon Sophie Cotsis MLC              

Exhibition 7-8 March 2013- Hellenic Heritage from the collection of the Hellenic Lyceum, Sydney

Its extensive collection of authentic costumes and jewellery reflects Hellenic Heritage following the Greek war of Independence in 1821. Much of the collection is over 100 years old. A selection of costumes, jewellery and decorative art is being exhibited along with a documentary about the history of the Hellenic Lyceum

Theatrette Foyer 9am to 5pm

Entry is free

Venue: NSW Parliament House

  

Exhibition 7–25 March 2013 – Nurturing Hellenic Heritage the Australian Way 

The Hellenic Lyceum Sydney invited 15 artists across different mediums to interpret and visually showcase the duality of Hellenic & Australian culture. Using their perspective as Australian born Hellenes or Australians married to Hellene, a thought provoking exhibition is ensured.

Fountain Court 9am to 5pm Daily

Entry is free – some art works will be available for sale

Venue: NSW Parliament House

 

School and Seniors Program: 7-8 March 2013

Theatrette – 11am to 2pm

Entry is free.  Bookings essential

Venue: NSW Parliament House

 

Cocktail Party, Launch – 8 March 2013

NSW Parliament House – Fountain Court

Members only

Venue: NSW Parliament House

 

Symposium – 9 March 2013 Greek Women’s contribution to Australian culture and economic development

The Symposium showcases the experiences of Hellenic migrant woman through to the current generation of Hellenic Australian women. As the speakers share their story common threads of resilience Hellenic values and integration with the Australian way of life become apparent. How well do these attributes support future Hellenic Australian woman in a changing multicultural landscape?

Venue: Sydney University, Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens

9.30am to 4.30pm (includes lunch)

Entry: Full day = $50/$40 students and pensioners

Theme   Session   Presenter  
 SYMPOSIUM PROGRAMMEHellenic  Heritage & Culture 

 

 

 

 

The   Hellenic migrant experience

 

 Morning tea from 9.30am 10.00am – Opening Why the contribution of Hellenic women is importantPhil Kafcaloudes,  Theodora Zourkas10.15am – Hellenic women abroad Eyvah T. Dafaranos10.30am – Panel Interview – Pioneering Hellenic  Women in Australia – the early Migrant experience Dr Panayota Nazou , Victoria   Haralabidou, panel of ‘brides’11.15am – Author presentation – Someone Else’s WarPhil Kafcaloudes11.30am – Lecture – History of the Hellenic Lyceum and its collection   Kathy Stojanvoic, Theodora Zourkas11.55pm – Author presentation – Greek cafes Leonard Janiszewski, Effy Alexakis12.15pm – 1.30pm Lunch & Book   signingProvided Achievements   of contemporary Hellenic – Australian    women 

 

 

 

Hellenic  Australian women – the next generation1.30pm – Debate -  Debunking the myth   of the good little Greek girl Debating team2.00pm Q&A – Hellenic  Australian women today -in medicine, law,   finance /business, academia, politics, arts Interviewer – Phil KafcaloudesPanel:    Stella Boyages, Dr Elizabeth Keffalinos,     Evelyn Vertzayias, Angela Vithoukas, Chrissa Loukas3.00pm Coffee break 3.10pm – Being Greek  Australian –   the next generation Hellenic Society University representatives3.30pm – Q&A – Greek Australian women in multicultural Australia – how   would you want it to be?  Hon Sophie Cotsis MLC, Nia Kateris,   Theodora Minas Gianniotis, Ester   Paschalidis-Chilas4.00pm – closeKathy Stojanovic4.10pm -  Book signing