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Although we are not officially affiliated with any academic institution our event calendar follows the traditional academic year.

Calendar for Current Year, 2017-2018

FREE EVENT
SUNDAY
April 15, 2018
4:00 PM Social Hour
5:00 PM Concert

The McIntosh Center
Room 3900
University Hall
1 LMU Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90045
University Hall
Loyola Marymount University

This event is free and open to the public.
THE HELLENIC UNIVERSITY CLUB
Presents

World Renown Classical Guitarist
Eletheria Kotzia
in a Classical Guitar Concert that will include works by Greek Composers

For information about the artist and video clips please visit:
www.eleftheria.info

Program (subject to changes/additions):
MIKIS THEODORAKIS - Four Epitaphs
I.    Locks of hair
II.   One day in May
III.  You have set my star
IV.  You were standing in front of the window
YANNIS MAMAGAKIS: Excursion
MIRO TADIC: Walk Dance
DILERMANDO REIS: Se ela perguntar
ROLAND DYENS: Fuoco
TWO FRENCH SONGS
I.    Barbara: Gottingen
II.   Angel Cabral/EnriqueDizeo: La Foule
FAMPAS: 2 Greek Dances

You are welcome to bring with you Eleftheria's CD's for Eleftheria to autograph. You can buy her CD's from Amazon or other music outlets.

This event is co-hosted by the  Basil P. Caloyeras Center for Modern Greek Studies
FREE PARKING: Enter on LMU Drive. Stop at kiosk for parking directions
Directions


Reservations RSVP: Email to hucorg@gmail.com or Call 310-215-3130

   

PAST EVENTS
THIS ACADEMIC YEAR
FREE EVENT
SATURDAY,
September 23, 2017
Social Hour: 4PM
Film (58min): 5PM
followed by Q&A
SANTA MONICA LIBRARY
Martin Luther King
Auditorium  
601 Santa Monica Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Dear members and friends,
THE HELLENIC UNIVERSITY CLUB
Presents
AUSTRALIAN FILMMAKER
Professor Mary Zournazi
and the  Los Angeles premier of
DOGS OF DEMOCRACY
Dogs of Democracy is a film charged with hope and new philosophies for change and peace. "Loukanikos"(Sausage) the dog, a symbol of fighting for everyday rights, stands with courage for the virtues of humanity, dignity and loyalty. In 2011, he was nominated for TIME Magazine Person of the Year.

Professor Zournazi is flying in from Australia just for this HUC event.

Trailer: https://vimeo.com/192731022

PARKING: Enter on 7th Street  2.5 Hours $2, Max (Sat, Sun) $5

Reservations RSVP: Email to hucorg@gmail.com or Call 310-215-3130
FREE EVENT
SUNDAY
January 28, 2018
Reception 4:00 PM
Presentation:  5:00 PM
followed by Q&A with author *

UCLA FOWLER MUSEUM
Harry & Yvonne Lenart Auditorium
308 Charles E Young Drive North
Los Angeles, CA  90024

This event is free and open to the public.
THE HELLENIC UNIVERSITY CLUB
Presents

Tasoula Hadjitofi, author
The ICON HUNTER: A Refugees' Quest to Reclaim Her Nation's Stolen Heritage

The event is Sponsored by the UCLA Stavros Niarchos Center for Hellenic Culture Initiative
With the Support of:  The Honorary Consul General of Cyprus, Mr. Andreas Kyprianides
With the Assistance of:  UCLA Department of Art History and the UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

The ICON HUNTER is Tasoula's memoir about artifacts looted in war torn Cyprus and her pursuit of justice to solve the "Munich Case," one of Europe's largest art trafficking stings since World War II.

Reception will include a book-signing.
SUNDAY
Feb, 4, 2018
4:00 PM Social Hour
5:00 PM Presentation followed by Q&A

The McIntosh Center
Room 3900
University Hall
1 LMU Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90045
University Hall
Loyola Marymount University

This event is free and open to the public.
THE HELLENIC UNIVERSITY CLUB
Presents
Guest Lecturer: Themi Demas
Book Presentation:
WITH KNOWLEDGE AND VIRTUE: To Save the Earth from Global Warming and Nuclear War
Themi Demas earned his Ph.D. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. He has worked for more than forty years at advanced technology companies and has held key positions at Hughes Electronics/Raytheon and Atmel Corporation.
He was an active member of the Hellenic University Club until he moved to Silicon Valley in 1995.

WITH KNOWLEDGE AND VIRTUE is the product of Themi's extensive study of philosophy and history.
The author offers a detailed proposal for combating climate change, building a more robust economy by creating jobs, eliminating oil imports, stabilizing energy prices, and cutting back on pollution and its detrimental effects on society--all by using clean, renewable energy.
He also tackles reducing the threat of nuclear war, which will require us to tame the savageness of man. This must be done via international institutions, cooperation, and a commitment to shared values.
Tackle two of the world's greatest problems--global warming and the threat of nuclear war--and consider how to address overpopulation, world hunger, and other problems along the way With Knowledge and Virtue.
     
           

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