Greek youth in Sydney get creative with the Parthenon

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Young students from the Greek Orthodox Community of NSW’s Afternoon and Saturday schools took part in the ‘Learn to paint’ school holiday program on Wednesday, October 4.

Held at the Greek Community Club in the Sydney suburb of Lakemba, the painting classes were led by teachers from That Art Place Bexley.

On the day, students had the opportunity to paint the ancient Greek archaeological site of the Parthenon in Athens, Greece. They also learnt about aspects of ancient Greek history and mythology along the way.

After the painting session, the students also played Greek Bingo, refreshing their numbers in Greek.

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