Hellenic Museum and Cultural Center

General support

For general support of its various programs.

The Hellenic Museum and Cultural Center is the United States’ premier institution showcasing Hellenism from antiquity to the present via the visual, literary and performing arts.

The Center was founded in 1983 to serve Chicago’s Greek-American community with programs concerning the immigrant experience and the process of adapting Greek traditions to life in America. It is dedicated to preserving archival collections about the Greek immigrant experience in the U.S. and to raising awareness of the impact of Hellenic culture throughout the centuries.

The Center is currently in the process of expanding.  The expansion will include a new Education and Outreach Center, which will host lectures, symposia, teacher workshops and complementary exhibition activities.