Update: 12th Anti-Racism Festival Programme, Chania 16th and 17th September

Come and  enjoy the varied programme at the 12th Antiracism Festival: workshops, good music, delicious multi-ethnic food, chess tournaments, activities for children and much more.
Programme in Greek: click here

WHEN: 16th and 17th September 18.00, music programmes start at 21.00

12th Antiracist Festival Chania 16th-17th Sept
Anti-Racism Festival in Chania

WHERE: Park of Peace and Friendship, Chania. For map click here.

On both days:
* Multi-ethnic cuisine, patisserie
* More than 40 kiosks of immigrant communities,  associations and clubs from all over Greece
* Terra Verde Café  – Alternative and Solidarity Trade in Chania. (Their chocolates are amazing!!)
* “Toys of the World”: traditional wooden toys made of recyclable materials, organized by the Chania Self-Help Promotion Programme
* Exhibition of photographs by the Street Paper “Shedia”  (like ‘The Big Issue’ in GB)
*Bookstore

 

Saturday 16th September

 Programme for children:

18: 30 Workshop: simulation of archaeological excavation

20: 00 Three stories for  children – Daudi Puppet Theater

Topic GRAFFITI:
18.30
Giannis Zimakis, professor at the Department of Sociology of the University of Crete,  will report on graffiti, presenting material  of graffiti in the period of economic  decline in Greece.
Leonidas Oikonomakis, social scientist and member of Social Waste,  will talk about hip-hop, its relationship with graffiti and its political dimensions.

MUSIC PROGRAMME

Lake Music Stage (starts at 21:00)

* Hide n ‘Seek

* Koala

* Hemingways

* Nikitas Klint

Kerkides Music Stage (starts at 21:00)

* Yar Aman

* Music Center of Vamos High School

* MajorSwing

* Thrax Pancc

SUNDAY 17th September

 

18.30 – 20.30:
Creative writing workshop “Graffontas the Graffiti”  with author Lefteris Giannakoudakis.
Participants  will be introduced to the creative writing technique and will be asked to compose their own texts on the art of graffiti.

19: 30 “Immigrants and refugees talk about their history and society”
Hara Kouki, teaching at the Department of Sociology of University of Crete
Abdel-hadi Hadi Samia, an immigrant from Morocco

Chess:
* 19: 00  “Blind” chess
* 20:00 Tournament blitz (fast chess).

Programme for children:
* 19: 00  Making paper dolls
* 20: 00 Fairy tales.
Narration: Roula Tatsopoulou
Guitar – Songs: Giannis Manousakas

Music Programme:

Main Stage (starts at 21:00)
* Dyspnoea Disorder
* Largo
*CouleurLocale

Lake Music Stage (starts at 21:00)
* Pangaeans
* Baby Cult
* Dragons
* Coretheband
* Dimitris Samolis

Source: Flashnews.gr

 

 

Lydia

I'm Austrian living in Tavronitis, love nature, sunsets, the sea, travelling, socialising, good books and more. I came to Crete as a student in the early 70s, exploring the west and southwest of the island with friends by motorbike. When you are young everything is important and , there are lots of things to do...I did. Job, family,children, travelling the world.But I never lost my love of Crete for a minute. And four years ago I ended up in this convenient corner of Crete, not only for holidays, but to stay and haven't regretted it for a minute.

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