Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Greek Art and Culture Transmitted at Spring Art Exhibition & Sale

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By Catherine Tsounis


The Greek Artists Guild held their Spring Art Exhibition & Sale on Saturday and Sunday, April 25th and 26th at the Stathakion Center of the Federation of Hellenic Societies of New York at 22-51 29th St., Astoria. George Iliopoulos, Greece’s Consul General in New York, and his staff attended. Artists who displayed their work included: Magdalen Mavroudis, president; Efterpi Iatraki, vice-president; Maria Theofanoudis, secretary; Matina Botoulas; Marianthi Raptis; Irene Tsiaris and Leonidas Gelalis.

The Greek Artists Guild is an organization with a purpose: to unite, help and promote Greek artists in their artistic aspirations in the artistic scene of New York. All Greek artists are welcome to join.

“Our goal is to create a Greek museum,” explained President Magdalen Mavroudis. “We want Greek art and culture transmitted to the next generation. We are ready to help with every aspect of a Greek museum in New York. We thank the Federation of Greek Societies and members of the Greek Artists guild for working hard to prepare this Art show.”

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photos – website – Irene Tsiaris Matina Botoulas Marianthi Raptis



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