Dear friends,

It was a real pleasure welcoming you on the island of Lesvos!

We hope that you enjoyed your staying and are looking forward to keeping in touch.

The EMA@Lesvos team
Dafni Dorina Elia Fotis George Mando Marita Marian

 

19th May: Welcome reception

Venue: Museum of Industrial Olive-oil Production of Lesvos

20th May: Micheletti Award candidates & Seminar

Venue: University of the Aegean

20th May: Heritage in Motion Awards

Venue: Museum of Industrial Olive-oil Production of Lesvos

21st May: Lesbos museums' tour

Venues: G. Iakobides Digital Museum, Museum of the Lesvos Petrified Forest, Tériade Museum, Archaeological Museum of Mytilini Forest, Walking tour in Molyvos

21st May: Micheletti Awards Ceremony & Dinner

Venue: Museum of Industrial Olive-oil Production of Lesvos

Program

  • 19 May

    Arrivals and
    Welcome Reception

  • 20 May

    EMA Conference
    Heritage in Motion Awards

  • 21 May

    Lesbos museums’ tour
    EMA Awards Ceremony / Dinner

Venues

Museum of Industrial Olive-Oil Production of Lesvos

The museum presents the industrial phase of olive-oil production in Greece. It focuses on the changes brought about by the introduction of mechanical motion on the process of olive-oil production and approaches the contribution of the region's inhabitants to the production process with sensitivity. Its objective is to showcase our industrial heritage in the sector of olive-oil production and incorporate it into the broader architectural, social and cultural context of the period.

University of the Aegean

The University of the Aegean is a University-Network with headquarters in Mytilene, while the academic units composing it are situated in six islands of the Northern and Southern Aegean (Mytilene, Chios, Samos, Syros, Rhodes, and Limnos). The University of the Aegean offers innovative interdisciplinary undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, Summer Schools and Lifelong Learning classes, with an emphasis on the promotion of excellence in research. Having become part of the islands’ social and cultural tissue, and by fully integrating Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) in its everyday functioning, the University of the Aegean contributes actively to regional development and the protection of both the natural and manmade environment. The University of the Aegean is a dynamic partner of a multitude of Greek, European and international universities, research centres and organizations, thus constituting a basic contributor to progress, development and innovation in the Archipelago’s regions.