- Bestselling author and Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Director of the Oxford Centre for Byzantine Research Peter Frankopan will deepen and nuance our understanding of the relationship between ancient Greece and the wider world in an upcoming livestreamed talk, the first in a series of three. The lectures will touch on themes including, warfare, gender, inequality, climate change, and pandemic.
- Clean Break believes theater has the power to change the lives of women who have experienced Britain’s criminal justice system. Through programs including two levels of drama and theater workshops, a writers circle, and a workshop for young women, Clean Break helps women build self-esteem and communication skills, offers support for their overall wellbeing, and gives them a creative outlet and voice in their community.
- Scientists and members of the audience broached the changes to the climate that are happening now, the consequences we are already experiencing, and the need for humanity to adapt to a new reality.
- Can knowing how our brains make decisions help us innovate and produce better ideas?
- A woman with a secret has lost her memory, but not her skill in the kitchen. A reclusive farmer in Northern Greece fights back against a mining company. A former Olympic diver embarks on an unexpected road trip.
- The Greek National Opera (GNO) continues to prove that it has earned its place as an international creative force, drawing the interest of audiences and media outlets from around the world. In a new feature, the French newspaper Le Figaro lifts up the GNO’s recent work and the support the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) has lent it, which, according to the article, enables the GNO to “radiate internationally.”
- Before the school year starts, fellows in the University of Pennsylvania’s Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Paideia Program took a walk around Philadelphia—literally. The undergraduate fellows joined with faculty and staff to walk the city’s 100-mile perimeter, different groups taking different segments.