Haroula Hadjinicolaou

She was born in Rhodes. She studied History and Archaeology at the University of Athens and at the same time she got her Degree from the Athens Conservatoire (Odeion Athinon), Faculty of Piano. She graduated from the University of Essex, Department of Art History and Theory where she investigated the interrelation between painting and music in the 20th-century art. She works for the Education of the Benaki Museum appointed for Modern Greek and contemporary art. She has organized many activities for students, young children, adults and has collaborated for access programs in the museum. In addition, she is the author of a number of educational books focusing on the Collections of the Museum as well as of other relevant organizations (Bank of Greece, Alpha Bank). She has curated exhibitions on contemporary art in Athens as well as interdisciplinary Workshops combining art, nature and collective action under the auspices of the Municipality of Rhodes and the South Aegean Region. She has also worked closely with the Municipality of Athens for a unified model regarding the policy of permanent and temporary exhibitions at municipal venues and museums.


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