As 2021 is coming to a close, we hope you and your loved ones are well. Despite the conditions brought upon by the pandemic, Fulbright Greece has been able to demonstrate resilience and adapt to the ever changing circumstances. We want to express our appreciation for your support and enthusiasm.
Fulbright Greece continues to move forward, currently administering the 2022-2023 applications from Greek citizens and soon welcoming the spring cohort of U.S. scholars. We are grateful to all our alumni, friends, partners and donors for their ongoing support and contributions. Stay tuned for activities to come and, as the situation continues to evolve, we are optimistic that soon we will meet again.
Fulbright alumnus artist Fotis Flevotomos graciously accepted the Foundation’s invitation to design a holiday card, and we are pleased to share the Night Party:
“With the 'Night Party' and other recent works I wanted to reimagine my connection with the notions of pleasure and happinesses through modules that create their own gravity fields.”
Fotis Flevotomos is a visual artist with parallel interests in socially engaged and multisensory practices. An aspect of his research focuses on equiluminant color relations, visual motifs and spatial exploration. Since his Fulbright grant in 2012, Fotis has been working with partially sighted communities exploring the relationship between sight and art making.
Image Credit: Fotis Flevotomos, “Night Party,” 2021, acrylic on canvas edited on the iPad