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“Descending north” had opening at Trondheim today!

We arrived at the museum today early enough to check that all was ready to receive the first visitors at the Trondheim venue of “Descending North”. The welcoming was informal, but informative, warm, and cordial. People were magnetized by the images that … Continue reading

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On the eve of the exhibition at Trondheim

The weather forecast had announced extreme conditions for Trøndelag for today. And it was indeed the case. However, work had to be completed at NTNU-Vitenskapsmuseet where tomorrow at 13:00, the photo exhibition by Yannis Skoulas, Descending North, is opening to the … Continue reading

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Some good reasons to return to blogging

We just came back from the third course of Greek language that the Organization for Greek-Norwegian cooperation in the field of culture and humanities is offering (for a very reasonable price) to all interested in Bergen. It has been a very … Continue reading

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A crossword

Why should one post a photo of a crossword here? But because this was undoubtedly one of the most clever promotions of a venue we have seen!! Takk Bergens Tidende!

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A trip to Oslo within a Greek-Norwegian context

As mentioned in the previous entry, Yannis and Eva would travel to Oslo, where Yannis could meet his friends and Eva meet the directors of the sister-museum of Children’s Art in Oslo. Yesterday, Alexandros also joined forces and the day … Continue reading

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Eva, Ambrosia, and children’s art

During Yannis stay in Bergen, his accommodation was provided by Hordamuseet in the small house that belonged to the first female sculptor in Norway, Ambrosia Tønnesen. In 1995, her house, called Runeplassen, was moved from Minde where it was standing … Continue reading

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Descending North – the opening

The stressful period of preparing the actual display of an exhibition long planned comes eventually at the happy moment when it is ready and only wait for the visitors to the opening!!! Although other preparations are still going on behind … Continue reading

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