Walking Stories: An alternative walk in Exarchia
Credits: Anastasia Papadaki
saBarBar project and Troubadours Digital invite you to a special tour of Exarcheia neighborhood: theater students and enthusiasts, musicians, song writers, people with expressive concerns from different nationalities and cultures, scatter across corners, squares and streets of Exarcheia presenting their own version of the neighborhood. Based on residents' testimonies and oral history material, they create songs and short performances, composing a creative map of the area.
The action is part of the parallel actions of the event "Curing the Limbo 2018-2021: Athens' lessons shared" organized by the Municipality of Athens on the occasion of the completion of the European pilot integration program Curing the Limbo. The SaBarBar project - of UrbanDig Project and Fabrica Athens - and Troubadours Digital - of Alternative Tours of Athens and UrbanDig Project - will be there to guide you on 16/6!
There will be 2 guided tours, divided in 2 parts, in groups of 15 people, with the possibility of parallel translation for English-speaking audience.
Route 1 (Saint Nikolaos Pefkakia - Tositsa str): Starting point in Saint Nikolaos Pefkakia (Asklipiou str) at 18.15
Route 2 (Exarchia square - Messolonghiou str): Starting point in Exarchia Square (Stournari and Sp.Trikoupi str) at 19.30
Route 1 (Saint Nikolaos at Pefkakia - Tositsa str): Starting point in Saint Nikolaos at Pefkakia (Asklipiou str) at 19.00
Route 2 (Exarchia square - Messolonghiou str): Starting point in Exarchia Square (Stournari and Sp.Trikoupi str) at 20.15
The tour is free of charge.
*Book your place at firstname.lastname@example.org by sending your name, the time and the route (s) you are interested in or call at 6972205007.
** The action is part of co-Athens implemented by the pilot European programme of the City of Athens Curing the Limbo through Develop Athens. The programme is co-funded by ΕΤΠΑ in the context of Urban Innovative Actions.
*** Troubadours Digital project is funded by the Ministry of Culture and Sports, Directorate of Modern Culture, Department of Digital Culture.