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The living museum of Greek dance, since 1953
A public-benefit institution subsidized by the
Ministry of Culture and the National Tourism Organization
under the auspices of the Municipality of Athens

-  Daily performances in its 860-seat garden theatre, located on Philopappou Hill, opposite the Acropolis
-  A company of 75 dancers, musicians and folk singers
-  A collection of over 2,000 village-made costumes, with jewels and other works of folk art worn on stage.
-  School providing courses, lectures and workshops on Greek dance, folk embroidery and traditional culture.
-  Programs for elementary schools.
-  Field research programs in Dance Ethnography, Dance History, or Sociology.
-  Study group, courses and workshops on Ancient Greek dance.
-  Archives of dance books, articles, field recordings, photographs, videos and films.
-  Publications: over 40 LP records, 15 CDs, 15 cassettes, 7 videocassettes, 30 books on dance in Greek, English and other languages, 8 CD-ROMs, 5 DVDs.
-  Costume copies and accessories made for folk dance ensembles.
-  Organizer of the annual events: World Congress on Dance Research, Anapali Festival, Emmelia Festival.
-  Operation of the Dance Pandect portal:   www.dance-pandect.gr
-  Close cooperation with the International Dance Council CID, the UNESCO official summit organization for all forms of dance in all countries of the world:  www.cid-portal.org

House of the Dance, Scholiou 8, Plaka, GR-10558 Athens
Tel. +30 210 324 4395, +30 210 324 6188, +30 210 921 2866, fax +30 210 324 6921
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