GCM hosts poets Nikos Nomikos and Dr Tina Giannoukos at the Greek Centre


The Greek Community of Melbourne is pleased to announce a special event with poets Nikos Nomikos and Dr. Tina Giannoukos, at the Greek Centre, on Sunday 25 September, at 3pm.

Nikos Nomikos is a poet and painter whose search for the truth of human existence is the essence of his work. He talks to poet Tina Giannoukos about his long devotion to poetry and art and their complex relationship in his work.

Nikos Nomikos was born in Egypt. He has received awards for his poetry and his painting. He has published ten collections of poetry to date. His most recent poetry collection is Poreía tis Vathiás Pigís. He worked as an aerodynamic draughtsman.

The discussion will be moderated by Dr. Tina Giannoukos, an acclaimed poet, writer, critic, editor, and teacher of creative writing. She has published two collections of poetry. Her most recent poetry collection is Bull Days. She has a PhD in Creative Writing from the University of Melbourne.

The discussion will be in Greek with summary reports in English.

For more information, you can call the Community office on 9662-2722 or email info@greekcommunity.com.au

When: Sunday 25 September 2022, 3pm

Where: The Greek Centre (Delphi Bank Mezzanine, 168 Lonsdale St., Melbourne)




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