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The main activities of the Society are: 1. The annual publication of a scientific newsletter entitled “Cypriot Studies”. To date 68 volumes have been put in circulation. In this newsletter are published studies referring to the history, archaeology, folklore, language, art, education of Cyprus, and other related subjects. In 1946 it was awarded a prize by the Athens Academy. 2. A series of independent publications referring to aspects of Cyprus culture. Twelve of these have been published so far. By way of indication we may refer to: Angeliki Pieridou, Cypriot Folk Art, 1980; Andreas and Judith Stylianou, 1971; Eleni Papademetriou, Ethnographics of the Karpass, 1992; Margarita Demetriou, Shadow Theatre, 2004. 3. The founding of Cyprus Folk Art Museum (1937). Here are displayed weaving, lace work, wood carvings, and silverwork, basket-weaving and other artefacts from the island’s folk art. The Museum is housed on the ground floor of the old residence of the Archbishopric which was offered to the Society for this purpose by Archbishop Makarios II (1947-1950), of blessed memory. Most actively involved in the formation and enrichment of the Folk Art Museum were Adiamantios Diamantis of blessed memory and the folklorist Eleni Papademetriou. 4. The stocking of the library with books, mainly of Cyprological subject matter, as well as with a number of manuscripts. 5. The organisation of an International Cyprological Conference, of which three have been held to date (1969, 1982 and 1996) and whose minutes have been published. In 2008 it is expected that the fourth Cyprological Conference will be take place on the 29 April. 6. The organisation of scientific lectures and announcements concerning subjects related to Cyprus and her culture.
The main activities of the Society are: 1. The annual publication of a scientific newsletter entitled “Cypriot Studies”. To date 68 volumes have been put in circulation. In this newsletter are published studies referring to the history, archaeology, folklore, language, art, education of Cyprus, and other related subjects. In 1946 it was awarded a prize by the Athens Academy. 2. A series of independent publications referring to aspects of Cyprus culture. Twelve of these have been published so far. By way of indication we may refer to: Angeliki Pieridou, Cypriot Folk Art, 1980; Andreas and Judith Stylianou, 1971; Eleni Papademetriou, Ethnographics of the Karpass, 1992; Margarita Demetriou, Shadow Theatre, 2004. 3. The founding of Cyprus Folk Art Museum (1937). Here are displayed weaving, lace work, wood carvings, and silverwork, basket-weaving and other artefacts from the island’s folk art. The Museum is housed on the ground floor of the old residence of the Archbishopric which was offered to the Society for this purpose by Archbishop Makarios II (1947-1950), of blessed memory. Most actively involved in the formation and enrichment of the Folk Art Museum were Adiamantios Diamantis of blessed memory and the folklorist Eleni Papademetriou. 4. The stocking of the library with books, mainly of Cyprological subject matter, as well as with a number of manuscripts. 5. The organisation of an International Cyprological Conference, of which three have been held to date (1969, 1982 and 1996) and whose minutes have been published. In 2008 it is expected that the fourth Cyprological Conference will be take place on the 29 April. 6. The organisation of scientific lectures and announcements concerning subjects related to Cyprus and her culture.

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Σάς περιμένουμε αύριο
Η Εταιρεία Κυπριακών Σπουδών και οι Εθελοντές Γιατροί Κύπρου
σάς προσκαλούν στα εγκαίνια της Έκθεσης
"Αγιογραφώ για τη Ζωή"
της Ερασμίας Περικλέους Ευσταθίου

Τετάρτη 7 Ιουνίου 2017, 7:00 μ.μ.

Τα εγκαίνια θα τελέσει ο Μακαριώτατος Αρχιεπίσκοπος Κύπρου κ.κ. Χρυσόστομος Β’
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Πρόγραμμα

Καλωσόρισμα:
Δρ Χαράλαμπος Χοτζάκογλου,
Πρόεδρος Δ.Σ. Εταιρείας Κυπριακών Σπουδών

Χαιρετισμός:
Δρ Ανδρούλα Αγρότου
Πρόεδρος Δ.Σ. Εθελοντές Γιατροί-Κύπρος

Διαλέξεις:

Η ιατρική στη Κύπρο διαμέσου των αιώνων,
Δρ Ανδρέας Νεοφύτου, Παιδοχειρουργός, Αντιπρόεδρος Δ.Σ. Εθελοντές Γιατροί-Κύπρος

Τα αθώα παιδιά, θύματα επιθέσεων
μέσα από τα μάτια των εθελοντών γιατρών,
Δρ Πέτρος Ιακωβίδης, Παιδίατρος, Διευθυντής Αποστολών Εθελοντές Γιατροί-Κύπρος
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Πρόγραμμα εγκαινίων
Προσφώνηση
Δρ Γιώργος Μακρυγιάννης, Καρδιολόγος-Παθολόγος,
Μέλος Δ.Σ. Εθελοντές Γιατροί-Κύπρος

Αντιφώνηση
από την αγιογράφο Ερασμία Περικλέους Ευσταθίου

Στον χώρο του Μουσείου Λαϊκής Τέχνης Κύπρου,
θα τελεστούν τα εγκαίνια της έκθεσης από
τον Μακαριώτατο Αρχιεπίσκοπο Κύπρου κ.κ. Χρυσόστομο Β’

Θα ακολουθήσει ξενάγηση από την αγιογράφο και δεξίωση
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Διάρκεια Έκθεσης:
7 Ιουνίου 2017- 14 Ιουνίου 2017
Εταιρεία Κυπριακών Σπουδών, Παλαιό Αρχιεπισκοπικό Μέγαρο
(αυλή Ιεράς Αρχιεπισκοπής, έναντι Παγκυπρίου Γυμνασίου)

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Τα έσοδα θα δοθούν για ενίσχυση του προγράμματος «Φίλοι του Παιδιού»

Η Ερασμία Περικλέους Ευσταθίου,
έχει προσφέρει 50 βυζαντινές εικόνες στην Οργάνωση Εθελοντές Γιατροί-Κύπρος, με σκοπό, μέσα από την πώληση τους, να βοηθηθούν άπορες οικογένειες στην πατρίδα μας.
Έχει ολοκληρώσει το κάθε έργο ψιθυρίζοντας νοερή προσευχή, αγιογραφώντας την αγάπη και ελπίζοντας πως στο τέλος θα αποτελέσει γέφυρα προσφοράς,
προς έναν συνάνθρωπο μας.
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