Spread the word
For the third year in a row, the Kalamata International Dance Festival joined forces with the Museum of Cycladic Art within the framework of the 9th children’s art contest entitled “KALLOS: What Beauty Means to Me”, which took place online from December 15, 2021, to April 17, 2022. Through a game reminiscent of puzzles, this year’s contest invited children to contemplate and create images that captured the meaning of beauty to them. The works of children aged 4-15 years old from the broader area of Kalamata who participated in the contest will be displayed in a digital exhibition also titled “KALLOS: What Beauty Means to Me”, which will be held in the Foyer of the Kalamata Dance Megaron from 15 to 24 July.
In addition, on July 18, a visual art workshop for children and teenagers will be held at the Kalamata Dance Megaron in collaboration with the Museum of Cycladic Art, entitled KALLOS: What Beauty Means to Me. The workshop will take place on the occasion of the Digital Exhibition of Children’s Art of the same name. The works of children from the broader area of Messinia will compose a puzzle on the walls of the Foyer of the Kalamata Dance Megaron, creating a large piece of installation art.