1 September - 10 October 1990: exhibition "El Greco Crete" , Iraklion, Crete, to commemorate the 450th anniversary of the artist's birth.
18 September - 31 December 1995: exhibition at the National Gallery of Athens, "El Greco in Italy and Italian Art".
22 September 1997 - 11 January 1998: exhibition "Alexander the Great in European Art" for "Thessaloniki Cultural Capital of Europe 1997", Tellogleion Foundation, Thessaloniki.
18 October 1999 - 17 January 2000: exhibition "El Greco-Identidad y Transformacion - Creta, Italia, Espana", Madrid / Museo Thyssen, Rome / Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Athens/ National Gallery.
Wednesday, 20 October 2004
Avant-garde and Modern Greek Theatre
Wednesday, 12th November 2003
- Dramatic celebrations and "artisans of Dionysus" in antiquity.
- Archaeological records of masks and corresponding characters in ancient drama.
IRINI DALIANOUDI, NIKOS DIONYSOPOULOS, IRINI THEODOSOPOULOU, CHRISTOS TERZIS
Wednesday, 28 May 2003
"Cretan Traditional Music"
Presentation of the project, director GIORGOS AMARGIANAKIS
Tuesday, 20th May 2003
"The town in modern times"
Presentation of project
Tuesday, 16th April 2003
Art criticism in 20th-century Greece
A first historical plan
Tuesday, 18th March 2003
Go to sleep and I ordered
Wedding contracts from Greece (1500-1831) and their utilisation in historical research
ELIZABETH ZACHARIADOU VASILIS DIMITRIADIS
Thursday, 9th January 2003
Presentation of the project of Turkish Studies
Wednesday, 11 December 2002
From the Nile to the Danube
Presentation of the project of Theatre Studies
Wednesday, 4th December 2002
The Greek ballad before Vizyinos
Wednesday, 13th November 2002
A Bibliographical Guide to his poems
Tuesday, 21st May 2002
The El Greco Centre
Tuesday, 23rd April 2002
Diaspora and search for the lost community of refugees of 1922
Epilogue to the research
Tuesday, 9th April 2002
Remote Sensing in archaeological research
The digital Archaeological Map of the Prefecture of Lasithi
Wednesday, 27th March 2002
Rural Economy in the Inter-war years
The production of a data base.
Tuesday, 12th March 2002
The impermanent and the eternal
Muslim sepulchral steles.
Tuesday, 5th March 2002
Lost records of Venetian Crete
A presentation of the project "Western Art in Crete".
3rd May 2004
Within the context of the project Modern Greek Prosody Archive a meeting was organised on the subject: "The revival of Ancient Metres"
The meeting, in which Greek and foreign specialists participated, was funded by the Ministry of Culture.
Wednesday, 28th April 2004
Lecture by Dimitris Kalomerakis, architect, Director of the Mount Sinai Foundation, on the subject: "The town-planning development of the old town of Rethymno".
The Turkish Studies project of the IMS, the Oriental and African Studies Section of the History and Archaeology Department of the University of Crete and the student association "Roads to the Orient" organised events on the culture of Islam under the general title: "Roads to the Orient: Aspects of another world".
1. Friday, 16th May 2003
"Alif, lam, mim, ra";
Mosques, minarets and the worship of Islam
2. Friday, 23rd May 2003
"Taken from paradise.."
Turkish baths, fountains and the water of Islam
16-23rd, May 2003
As part of the above events an exhibition of photographs was organised by the Photography Group of the Youth Centre of the Municipality of Rethymno entitled: Mosques, minarets, Turkish baths, and in Rethymno.
Tuesday, 3rd December 2002
Lecture given by Jacques Bouveresse, professor at the College de France, entitled:
La literature, la connaissance et la philosophie morale.
1st April 2002
As part of the Greece-Cyprus interstate research project, a meeting was organised on the subject: Greece-Cyprus, Applications of Cutting-edge Technology in Archaeological Research.
Friday, 25th May 2001
Lecture given by Victor Stoichita, professor at the University of Freiburg, entitled:
Vaporization and concentration: the (Self-) portraits of Manet and Degas.
Tuesday, 22nd May 2001
Event in honour of the memory of Nikos Svoronos with talks by professors Grigoris M.Sifakis (New York University), Christos Hatjiiosif (University of Crete) and Nicos Hatjinicolaou (University of Crete)
As part of this event, Giorgos Sgourakis' film on Nikos Svoronos was shown.