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Masonik: Perth-based innovators of multidisciplinary arts

Masonik, an innovative and diverse arts collective based in Perth, Western Australia, has been captivating audiences nationally and internationally since its establishment in 2006. Renowned...

An invitation to all: The Antipodean Palette Art Exhibition 2024 and Poetry Afternoon

The Greek Australian Cultural League (GACL) will again proudly present one of its most successful annual events, the Antipodean Palette Group Art Exhibition 2024...

Philhellene Michael Winters opens 13th annual Antipodean Palette in Melbourne

By Marianna Alepidis. The Greek Australian Cultural League (GACL) officially launched its 13th annual group art exhibition Antipodean Palette on August 5 at the Steps...

Annual Antipodean Art Palette to take people on art trail through Brunswick

People are being encouraged to step into the world of art with a coffee in hand through the streets of Brunswick in Melbourne. For two...



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The power within: A story of Cyprus and resilience

It was on my 1st birthday, the 20th July 1974, when Turkish forces invaded Cyprus and took over half the island.

The Larcos family: Navigating generational trauma from the Turkish invasion of Cyprus

The Larcos family could never have anticipated the upheaval that awaited them when they made the decision to relocate from Australia to Cyprus.

A lifetime of diplomacy: A conversation with Prokopis Vanezis

It was an afternoon full of stories—many untold—poetry, dragons, and a single fairy unfolds as the present meets the past to discuss the future.

Cyprus’ cultural heritage is not for sale

For centuries, ancient artefacts, art, and relics have been a topic of ownership, provenance, and morality debates.

Beyond sheftalies: Cypriot Australian youth keep reunification flame burning 50 years on

Young Cypriot Australians, born decades after the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974, are grappling with the conflict’s enduring legacy.