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submitted by Kytherian Cultural Exchange on 01.11.2006

Rocky Moon. By, Orest Keywan.

Orest Keywan wins the $30,000 first prize at the 2006, Sculpture by the Sea.

*Orest Keywan is the life partner of vibrant young Kytherian Sophia Zantiotos. Who in turn is the daughter of former Kytherian optometrist, and "man about town", Steve Zantiotis. Their Kytherian town of origin is Ayia Anastasia.

Winner of the Sydney Water Sculpture Prize at Sculpture by the Sea in 1999, Orest has also featured works at Sculpture by the ...

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submitted by Kytherian Cultural Exchange on 01.11.2006

Western Roadtrip. By, Orest Keywan.

Orest Keywan wins the $30,000 first prize at the 2006 Sculpture by the Sea.

*Orest Keywan is the life partner of vibrant young Kytherian Sophia Zantiotos. Who in turn is the daughter of former Kytherian optometrist, and "man about town", Steve Zantiotis. Their Kytherian town of origin is Ayia Anastasia.

Winner of the Sydney Water Sculpture Prize at Sculpture by the Sea in 1999, Orest has also featured works at Sculpture by the ...

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submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 30.10.2006

Kalokairinos Yiannis

 

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submitted by James Agapitos on 27.10.2006

Mandorla By, Marea Gazzard.

Title: Mandorla

Year (of creation):

Description: A description of the work as provided by the Artist. 'The sculpture “Mandorla” sits in an area where people are mostly passing by: to the Adelaide Casino, the Railway or the Festival Centre. There is a view when one walks up the ramp from North Terrace, also from the passage from the Festival Centre but the main view is from the Hyatt Hotel front entrance. I decided that the work must be human scale and ...

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submitted by Nectar Costadopoulos on 25.10.2006

Maria Hill. Historian. 1978.

Curriculum Vitae

October 2006

Personal Profile


Name: Maria Hill

Address:
37 Derna Crescent,
Allambie Heights,
N.S.W. 2100

Home Telephone/fax: 94020053

Mobile number: 0038 007 560

Email:

Contact ...

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submitted by Nectar Costadopoulos on 25.10.2006

Maria Hill. Historian.

Photograph. 2001 – taken by NSW Department of Education & Training for Maria's State & National Discovering Democracy Award

Curriculum Vitae

October 2006

Personal Profile


Name: Maria Hill

Address:
37 Derna Crescent,
Allambie Heights,
N.S.W. 2100

Home Telephone/fax: 94020053

Mobile number: 0038 007 560

Email:

Contact ...

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 24.10.2006

Hugh Gilchrist - the premier Greek-Australian historian of the 20th century - an hagiography - 1 - BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.

hagio-graphy,
from Grk. - hagios (saint) - graphy - writing.

BIOGRAPHY

Hugh Gilchrist was born in Sydney on 8 August 1916. He was educated at Edgecliffe Preparatory School, Sicup Place School Kent, and Cranbrook School. He received his tertiary education at Sydney University.

World War II saw him serving with the Australian Military Forces (1941-1943) and the Australian Imperial Forces (1943-1945), reaching the rank of Captain.

He ...

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submitted by Tasso John Conomos on 23.10.2006

Anne (Tasia) Conomos Condas.

Aged 15.

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submitted by James Agapitos on 22.10.2006

Kythera. Marea Gazzard.

The Greek/Australian superstar of craft

Introduced by James Agapitos exclusively for O KOSMOS

A year has passed since I wrote my first article/interview at the invitation of the Editor of O KOSMOS, Mr George Tserdanis.

The purpose of my journalistic contribution is to introduce readers to artists of Greek origin; and when I say artists, I mean the men and women who have excelled, or are excelling in the arts or the cultural life of Australia, ...

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submitted by James Agapitos on 22.10.2006

Marea Gazzard.

From an exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria.

The Greek/Australian superstar of craft


Introduced by James Agapitos exclusively for O KOSMOS

A year has passed since I wrote my first article/interview at the invitation of the Editor of O KOSMOS, Mr George Tserdanis.

The purpose of my journalistic contribution is to introduce readers to artists of Greek origin; and when I say artists, I mean the men and women who have ...

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submitted by James Agapitos on 22.10.2006

Marea Gazzard working on Mingarri.

The Greek/Australian Superstar of Craft. Marea Gazzard

Introduced by James Agapitos exclusively for O KOSMOS

A year has passed since I wrote my first article/interview at the invitation of the Editor of O KOSMOS, Mr George Tserdanis.

The purpose of my journalistic contribution is to introduce readers to artists of Greek origin; and when I say artists, I mean the men and women who have excelled, or are excelling in the arts or the cultural ...

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submitted by Phil Jorritsma on 26.09.2009

Penelope Papas (nee Potiri)

Penelope was the youngest daughter of George Emanuel Potiri and Elpiniki Potiri (nee Vrachnas). 

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submitted by Epsilon Magazine on 20.10.2006

Professor Minas Coroneo

Professor Minas Coroneo talks about the bionic eye, the latest breakthrough in the field of ophthalmology, the pros and cons of medical research in Australia, and growing up Greek in a Kytherian household in the Hunter Valley region in the early sixties.

Words and Portrait, Savvas Limnatitis

"Let’s get one thing straight: what we are offering is not a miracle cure for blindness, but a great step forward”. The softly spoken, bespectacled, fifty-something ...

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submitted by Christopher Hodges on 19.10.2006

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submitted by Christopher Hodges on 19.10.2006

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submitted by John Stathatos on 17.10.2006

Kythera Municipal Elections, 2006

Voting in the Chora primary school.

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submitted by Tasso John Conomos on 13.10.2006

Anne (Tasia) Conomos Condas. Biography.

President Anastasia Condas accepts a philanthropic award on behalf of the Kytherian Society of California and the West for its many contributions to the Gerokomio of Kythera over the years. These donations have included a convection oven, dishwasher, clothes washer and dryer, an most recently, an electrocardiograph instrument.
From The Hellenic Herald, California, March, 2003.


Biography of Anne (Tasia) Conomos Condas


The Anne we ...

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submitted by George Kanarakis on 12.10.2006

Η Πραματεία Περί Ηθικής. The first book published in Greek in Australia.

Neos Kosmos English Weekly, 28th February, 2000, p.6.

One of the important issues tabled at the three day conference was correcting a historical belief about the first book published in Australia in the Greek language.

The correction was made by Dr George Kanarakis from Charles Sturt University, who said the first book was one ti­tled Πραγματεία Περί Ηθικής ‘and not ‘Η Ζωή εν Aυσταλία’ (Life in Australia) ...

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submitted by Neos Kosmos, Melbourne on 10.10.2006

Archie Kalokerinos. The Greek Australian of the Century.

Front page of Neos Kosmos, the largest circulation Greek language newspaper in Australia, announcing Archie Kalokerinos as the most prominent Greek Australian for the period from 1900-2000.

Monday the 20th December. 1999.

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submitted by George Poulos on 30.09.2006

Presentation Night. 21st September, 2006. The Greek Club, Brisbane.

George Poulos, to the Committee of the Kytherian Association of Queensland.

Left to right:

Peter Vamvakaris (nephew, Prof Man Aroney). Parachoukli - Maridakis
Peter Samios (President). Parachoukli - Firopoulos
Angela Hack (Secretary)
George C Poulos
Sia (Sooki) Poteri (Treasurer)
Dr Nick Leon (Leontsinis, cousin to Prof George). tis Fanis. No official Parachoukli, but locked into the name Fani
Anthony ...