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Vaso Limberi’s and Giorgos Kilpasis’ best photo

Taking the best photo is a combination of adventure and meandering, much like traveling. A…

Studying Mastihohoria*

Andreas Georgiou, a doctorate student in Barcelona, visited Chios to study Mastihohoria, a particular case of social and community entrepreneurship, and shares his first thoughts.

At the bookstore: Yannis Voulgaris’ best photo

It may not be my best photo, but it’s definitely the one that helped me break free and reach the Man.

Levitating: Stamatis Menis’ best photo

Once a month, this column will be devoted to a shot of a professional or an amateur photographer, who has been routinely photographing the island, thinks that deserves to be shown.

The red bag: Thalia Nouarou’s best photo

Once a month, this column will feature a shot by a professional or an amateur photographer who has been routinely photographing the island and thinks that deserves to be shared

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3D pop-up cards by the students attending the third and the eighth Chios Elementary Schools

Using collage technique, markers and colored pencils, students compiled their own Chios-inspired imaginary landscapes

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Engravings by the students at Kalamoti and Lithi elementary schools

The island’s elementary schools can boast excellent work regarding art classes

The Antimony Mines of Keramos

Documentary about the Mines in Keramos in Northwest Chios. Directed – edited by Elena Kalogridou; Screenplay – production by Christina Spyrou.

Hemmed in by sea

It was the early nineties on the island. Yannis, a pensioner from America, jack-of-all-trades, a…