In close collaboration with the Panayotis and Effie Michelis Foundation, which frequently sponsors the Society’s activities, the Society has organised the following conferences and symposia:
Mediterranean Congresses of Aesthetics
At the initiative of the Hellenic Society for Aesthetics, the first Mediterranean Congress of Aesthetics entitled “Aesthetics on the Threshold of the Third Millennium”, was organised in Athens in 2000. This event has become an institution, thereby implementing an idea by the President of the Society, Dionysis A. Zivas. During the congress, the decision was taken to establish a permanent Secretariat for the Mediterranean Congresses at the Michelis Foundation.
Following the success of the 1st Mediterranean Congress of Aesthetics and with the aid of this new Secretariat, the Hellenic Society for Aesthetics and the Michelis Foundation provided support to both the 2nd Mediterranean Congress of Aesthetics in Tunisia in 2003 entitled “Spaces and Memories” and the 3rd Mediterranean Congress of Aesthetics in Slovenia in 2006 entitled “Imagination, Sensuality and Art”.
The 4th Mediterranean Congress of Aesthetics entitled "Art and Time" took place in Amman, Jordan in June 2008.
The 5th Mediterranean Congress of Aesthetics with the general subject "Art, Emotion and Value" took place in Cartagena, Spain in July 2011.
The Hellenic Society for Aesthetics has had the volumes containing the proceedings of the Mediterranean Congresses digitised (kept in the Library of the Michelis Foundation in the IAA collection) and uploaded on its website the relevant tables of contents so as to give scholars an idea of the existing material.
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