ACG Alumni Reunions

DEREE Reunion – Classes of ‘02, ‘03 & ‘04
Thursday, May 14, 2015 – DEREE Main Corridor, at 19:00 – 24:00

PIERCE Reunion – Class of ‘95
Friday, June 12, 2015 – Pierce theatre, lounge at 20:00 – 23:00



DEREE Visits Your City

DEREE has embarked on a roadshow to present its programs, extracurricular activities, scholarships, internships, study-abroad opportunities and a whole lot more. If you are from Rhodes, and would like to help communicate the event, please contact [email protected]

Next stop: Rhodes on May 10


Photographic exhibition “Metsovo 1900”
pening 17 May 2015 at 12 noon.

Baron Michael Tossizza Foundation in collaboration with the Museum of Greek Folk Art, on the occasion of the celebration of “The Museum Day 2015” invite you to the opening of “The Bath House of the Winds”, Plaka.

The exhibition shows how people lived in Epirus at the turn of the 20th century, over 100 years ago. Featuring reenactments of everyday life in Metsovo in the early 20th century, Myrto Papadopoulou’s photographs take us on a journey to a time of historic change that transformed the Pindus mountain range communities. Straddling East and West and embracing new values and habits, Metsovo in the 1900s uncovers a world brought together through solidarity, self-governance, education and patronage; principles still relevant today. Τhe photographs were taken in Metsovo in December 2014, for an innovative project showcasing the Metsovo Folk Art Museum, run by the Baron Michael Tossizza Foundation. It includes an online platform featuring reenactments of life in Metsovo in the 1900s, a short history of Epirus and a virtual tour of the Museum’s rich collection.

For further information please visit



Advancing State of the Art Sustainable Waste Management in Southern Europe and Middle East | Workshop

A five-day workshop

Monday, May 18 – Friday, May 22, 2015
At the 7th Level Auditorium, Ag. Paraskevi Campus – 6 Gravias Street

By ticket only

Certification: Participants will receive a Certificate of completing course requirements satisfactorily by the Earth Engineering Center (EEC) of Columbia University. The EEC is recognized by the New York State Education Department (NYSED) for issuing Continuing Education Credits.

Credits: This is an EEC technical program, and attendance is recognized by NYSED for up to 24 Continuing Education Credits.

Duration: 5 working days; total of 30 class hours

Language of Instruction: Classes and handouts are in English

Keynote Speaker:

Dr Efstratios Kalogirou, Vice Chair Global WTERT Council, is the scientific leader of a team of experts in the field of waste management from prestigious institutions at both international and national level, as well as professionals from the waste management industry.

Tuition Fees:

Single Registration Fee: €580

For Groups: For corporate discount rates click here

ACG, Public University and Private College Students: €400

ACG Alumni: €400

For payment methods information, please click here

For the Workshop Detailed Schedule, please click here

For more information and to reserve your place contact: Ms Voula Kyriakopoulou, tel: 210 600 9800 ext. 1332

email: [email protected]


Script Workshop: A journey through images

By writer and award-winning scriptwriter Alexandra Belegrati (DEREE ‘94)

Every Tuesday, 7 pm – 9 pm through June 9th at Dasein Lab, Polychoros Anesis, Kifissias Avenue no 14, Ambelokipi, Athens.

Telephone: 6948-34 58 34, email: [email protected]

For more information, click here



Piano at its Forte

The concerts series is being hosted at The American College of Greece this year through May 2015, and features a slew of distinguished soloists and two special concerts. The first special concert took place on Saturday, January 31: “Piano at its Forte JUNIOR,” and featured three pianists aged 12-14: Katerina Katamadze, Chara Tsipizidou, and Stathis Papadiamantopoulos. On Wednesday, April 1, the second special concert featured an All-Mozart-Evening with the Athens Youth Symphony (ASON), collaborating with exceptional soloists in three Mozart piano concertos; Giorgos Konstantinou, Agathe Leimoni, and Dimitri Vassilakis, who performed Mozart concertos KV 453, 466, and 488 respectively, with the ASON Orchestra under the direction of Pantelis Kogiamis.

The main series will be brought to an end by the extraordinary piano duo Pincetic-Sakellaridis, on Wednesday, May 13.

To find out more about the Piano at its Forte series, please visit the site:



The Bridges of the Rainbow

Art Exhibit by Maria Sigala-Kallergi (PIERCE ’83) Municipality of Glyfada, Athens
May 6-11, 2015

For more on the event, contact Maria Sigala Kallergi at [email protected]



“The Other Glance” Exhibition

Alexia Bouboulis (DEREE ‘90) is curating the exhibition “The Other Glance,” a photography and furniture exhibition at the Museum of Modern Pottery (Melidoni 4-6, Keramikos, Athens), which opens on May 20 at 19:30 and runs through June 2,, showcasing the work of photographer Alexia Boubouli and furniture designer Yolanda Psaropoulou, who have joined forces in this unique exhibition