- 12 August 2021 / Securing a Future for Live Arts Engagement at the Met
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Live Arts Endowment, made possible by a major new grant from SNF, will help sustain the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s MetLiveArts program in perpetuity, bringing the museum’s gargantuan collection to life by giving visitors access to a diversity of perspectives from living artists.
- 03 August 2021 / Get Back into Nature and Adventure at the Vamvakou Experience Festival
From September 3 to 5, a three-day festival hosted by Vamvakou Revival will welcome people to take in the mountain scenery and soak up traditional Greek village life—with a twist. The theme of this year’s Vamvakou Experience Festival, held on the idyllic slopes of Mount Parnon, is “Return to Nature, Return to Yourself, Return to Life!”
- 02 August 2021 / Spotlight on 25 Years of Grantmaking: Notes from SNF Grants Administrator Loukia Synodinou
- 30 July 2021 / From Spike Lee to Mozart: August events at Lincoln Center through the SNF-LC Agora Initiative
Hear hits from the “Queen of Merengue,” see a first-time collaboration between five top New York dance companies, experience a performance of Dark Disabled Stories, watch Do the Right Thing, listen to Mozart’s first and last symphonies, and much more as part of the August offerings at Lincoln Center’s Restart Stages.
- 30 July 2021 / BOMB Fellows See the Arts Editorial Process from Idea to Publication
Editorial Fellows at BOMB Magazine gain hands-on insights into every stage of the process that leads from artists’ work to reviews and interviews published online and in print.
- 28 July 2021 / Young Greek Artists Selected for Fourth SNF ARTWORKS Fellowship
It’s what all emerging artists hope for: a stretch of time to dedicate themselves, without constraint, to their artistic practice.
- 27 July 2021 / Early-Career Journalists Explore a Path to Resilience for Central America’s Northern Triangle
Through the latest virtual Journalism Bootcamp at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), young journalists from the University of New Mexico looked at how natural disasters have contributed to mass migration from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras—with an eye to how communities there might grow more resilient in the face of growing climate uncertainty.
- 27 July 2021 / Spotlight on 25 Years of Grantmaking: Notes from SNF Senior Program Officer Roula Siklas
- 26 July 2021 / SNF Nostos Run 2021: Running into the Future
Experience the magic of the evening SNF Nostos Run as it returns in person on August 25.