Opening of the Renewed Permanent Costume Exhibition TRACES OF THE EPHEMERAL at Vasiliko Theatre > (01/06/2018)


Renewed Permanent Costume Exhibition
“Traces of the Ephemeral”
Vassiliko Theatre

Opening: June 1st, 2018

Precisely one year after the first opening of its costume “Traces of the Ephemeral”, the National Theatre of Northern Greece is renewing the collection. The exhibition is located at its permanent venue, the Foyers of Vassiliko Theatre and has been revised by Set and Costume Designer, Ioulia Stavridou.
 

The majority of the material has been renewed: 69 of the 80 overall costumes have made way for others that were held until recently in the NTNG’s wardrobe department. Audiences have the chance to admire even more theatrical attires, tangible tokens of the ephemeral art of theatre. The material is organized into the following sections: Ancient Drama, Middle Ages-Byzantium, 16th-20th centuries. This time, the costumes cover a large part of NTNG’s history and showcase interesting aspects in the development of costume design.
 

The exhibition comprises works by renowned Greek designers, including: Giorgos Anemogiannis, Anastasia Arseni, Giorgos Vakalo, Vassilis Vassiliadis, Spyros Vassiliou, Denny Vachlioti, Apostolos Vettas, Rena Georgiadou, Nikos Engonopoulos, Damianos Zarifis, Liza Zaimi, Giorgos Ziakas, Afroditi Koutsoudaki, Kleovoulos Klonis, Gianis Kyrou, Kenny McLellan, Ioanna Manoledaki, Giannis Metzikof, Agni Doutsi, Panos Papadopoulos, Ioanna Papantoniou, Phaedon Patrikalakis, Giorgos Patsas, Nikos Sachinis, Dionysis Fotopoulos and others.

The NTNG’s renewed costume exhibition begins Friday, June 1st, 2018 at Vassiliko Theatre.
 

Date & Time:
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Ticket Price:
Standard: 3€
Reduced (display of Thessaloniki’s museums ticket): 2€

Further information about group tours will be announced soon.

The NTNG Costume Exhibition is part of the Partnership Agreement Operational Programme “Central Macedonia 2014-2020” (ESPA 2014-2020) and co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Public Investment Programme (PIP).
 

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