Cine Urbanography: Eyes on the Life of the Greek City in the 50s, 60s, and 70s


02 May 2024




National Gallery-Alexandros Soutsos Museum

Leoforos Vasileos Konstantinou 50, Athens


This activity is only available in the Greek language.

Cine Urbanography is a children’s program that encourages conversation between the visual arts and cinema.

Students will boost their film literacy by learning about some of the leading creators of the late 20th century. They will wander the streets and alleys of the city as it was represented in film, discovering the life of the city during the 50s, 60s and 70s through sounds and images.

In parallel, through paintings, installations and posters, they will encounter the cinema as part of the popular culture. Finally, the children will be asked to capture moments from their life in the city in improvised film frames to learn some basic principles of cinematic storytelling.

Educational program for children 6-12 years old

Work: Robiros Manthoulis – Face to Face (1966)

Design: Christina Botsou, EPMAS museum educator

Conducted by: Marina Tomazani, EPMAS curator – Christina Botsou, EPMAS museum educator

Reservation required. First come first served.

Closest Metro Station: Evangelismos

Metro to Venue: 3 minutes walking

Wheelchair Accessibility Yes


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