The ARCH Project: Archival Research & Cultural Heritage
Τhe Archive of Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio
Events & Projects
Creative Archives as Innovative Cultural Hubs
02-12 June 2020
Training webinar in the framework of the CR.E.ARCH. Project
Organization: The Greek team of the CREARCH Project, Dept. of Theatre Studies, University of the Peloponnese
Collaborating Institutions: Music Library of Greece | Research Centre for Modern Greek Dialects, Academy of Athens
Project leader and academic coordinator: Dr Eleni Papalexiou, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Theater Studies, University of the Peloponnese
Tutors: Alexandros Charkiolakis; Filia Dendrinou; Dimitrios Georgopoulos; Thanasis Karasimos; Vera Kriezi; Ioanna Manolessou; Stephania Merakou; Eleni Papalexiou; Maria Velioti; Valia Vraka; Avra Xepapadakou
Communication: Opus integrated communication | Natalia Katifori; Anna Zarifi, Dimitra Givalou
'ARGOS': Actes de Création et Dynamiques de Collaborations Croisées - Arts de la Scène | Creative Europe Cooperation Project
The aim of the project ARGOS is to investigate the space of dynamic encounters between academics and artists while focusing on the study of the endeavours and the artistic creation using new technical means such as virtual reality. In this context, five experimental activities will take place in five countries (Italy, Belgium, France, Portugal, and Lebanon) so that all involved in the project may establish ways of identifying and creating links among the bodies, the academics, the employees in the field of culture, the wider audience and the students. Chiara Guidi is one of the artists to conduct a research experiment at Teatro Comandini, the headquarters of the Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio.
Collaborating Partners: Université Rennes 2 (host institution, France); University of the Peloponnese (Greece); Universidade de Lisboa (Portugal); Université de Lille (France); Universiteit Antwerpen (Belgium).
Research Team (of the Greek partner): Eleni Papalexiou (principal investigator); Chiara Guidi; Avra Xepapadakou; Antonia Vasilakou; Venetia Theodoropoulou.
'CREARCH': CReative European ARCHives as Innovative Cultural Hubs | Creative Europe Cooperation Project
The main purpose of the CREARCH Project is to develop a European network of innovative cultural archives, to utilize and promote the history and memory that these archives preserve by means of interactive communication, narration in various forms, digital technology and the performing arts. The anticipated outcome of the Project is the increase in the accessibility of the archives and the attraction of the attention of a wider audience. CREARCH draws attention to significant European archives, among which is the Italian archive of the Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio.
Collaborating Partners: Fondazione Banco di Napoli (host institution, Italy); University of the Peloponnese (Greece); ICARUS Hrvatska (Croatia); Regionaal Historisch Centrum Limburg (The Netherlands).
Research team (of the Greek partner): Eleni Papalexiou (principal investigator), Claudia Castellucci, Maria Velioti, Avra Xepapadakou, Io Manolessou, Valia Vraka, Paraskevi Damala, Filia Dendrinou, Stathis Athanasiou.
Classics Spring Break in Greece
Nafplion, March 24-30, 2018
Ancient Greek Theater in the Argolid and Corinth. An in-situ research experience of ancient Greek theater in the very sites where the tragedies are set and where the myths arose.
Organization: Stanford University | University of the Peloponnese
Project leader and academic coordinator: Professor Rush Rehm, Theater and Performance Studies and Classics, Stanford University, Artistic Director, Stanford Repertory Theater (SRT)
Academic coordinator in Greece: Dr Eleni Papalexiou, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Theater Studies, University of the Peloponnese (Nafplion)
Graduate Assistant: Verity Walsh, Ph.D. candidate in Classics, Stanford University
On-site coordinator: Panagiotis Psychas, Nea Tyrins
Dissemination: ARCH-Archival Research & Cultural Heritage
Under the auspices of Nafplion Municipality (DOPPAT)
Clytemnestra - Tangled Justice
"Trianon" Theatre, Nafplio, March 17, 2016
A performance based on Aeschylus' Oresteia and Euripides' Iphigenia in Aulis
under the auspices of the Municipality of Nafplio and DOPPAT
Organization: ARCH in collaboration with Stanford Repertory Theater (Stanford University) & the Dept. of Theatre Studies (University of the Peloponnese)
Arrangement, directing: Rush Rehm
Performed by Courtney Walsh
Academic supervision: Eleni Papalexiou
Translation, surtitles: Avra Xepapadakou
Interpreting: Evi Phili
Organizing comittee: Elpida Komianou, Voula Damala, Asimina Xyla, Christina Themeli
Communication and promotion: Natalia Katifori | OPUS Integrated Communications
Technical support: Manos Stathopoulos
The ARCH-Aristeia II: Archival Research & Cultural Heritage Project (2014-2015) was co-funded by the European Social Fund and national resources through the Operational Programme “Education and Lifelong Learning” (NSRF 2007-2013).
Main Research Team: Professor Dr Anna Tabaki (project leader); Dr Eleni Papalexiou (principal investigator); Dr Avra Xepapadakou (principal investigator); Dr Dio Kangelari (member of the main research team); Dr Io Manolessou (member of the main research team).
Specialists: Valia Vraka (head of documentation, archivist); Athanasios Chatzis (web and database developer); Natalia Katifori (communication and PR co-ordinator); Ulee Manolakou (visual artist, web designer); Stathis Athanasiou (film director).
Documentation team (in alphabetical order): Villy Charalampopoulou, Paraskevi Damala, Giorgos Dermitzoglou, Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou, Stavroula Kapsalaki, Marilena Karatasou, Aphrodite Karmiri, Elpida Komianou, Dimitrios Livadias, Marilou Nikolaou, Louisa Nikolaou, Anastos Stasinopoulos, Stavrina Stekoglou, Christina Themeli, Panagiota Xydi, Asimina Xyla.
Collaborating institutions: National & Kapodistrian University of Athens (Host Institution), University of the Peloponnese, University of Crete, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Academy of Athens, Harokopion University, University of the Aegean, Stanford University, Université Paris IV-Sorbonne.