Irini Gratsia, editor
Was born and lives near Athens in a densely-built environment. She studied archaeology and the protection of monuments. She worked in museums, focusing mostly on pottery. Afterwards she changed course and sought for her future in the field of the protection and the presentation of monuments. Working in this field, she has understood that the journey is longer and more complicated, thus even more exciting.
Born in Cyprus slightly after the invasion, she currently lives in Athens anticipating a revival. She studied, not by accident, archaeology and history of art. In pursuit of the human truth, she initially studied people by their physical remains and then she proceeded to the survey of human creation, as such is embodied in architectural expression. She continues her quest.
He was born in Athens but his family roots can be traced at the island of Naxos. He studied classical archaeology and after his MA studies (UCL) he deals with ARM issues, especially on island archaeological sites: theme of his PhD. He works on various site management plans and excavations, he cooperates with NGO’s consulting on ARM issues and in his spare time he seeks obscure and remote truths.
Ηas graduated from National and Kapodistriakon University of Athens and recently she obtained in the UK her Msc in “Media and Communication”. She has a permanent fixation with Oscar Wilde, milk chocolate and the serial ‘Southpark’. She is currently working in a consultant company specializing in the PR business whilst she is collaborating with the Communication Team of MOnuMENTA.
Has studied history, history of art and archaeology in the University of Athens. She has also obtained her MSc in the field of Protection of monuments (restoration of historical buildings) from the National Technical University of Athens. She works in the Department of traditional buildings and monuments in the Municipality of Athens, as a supervisor of the city’s architectural and sculptural monuments, dealing with documentation, research and restoration projects.
Has a first degree in Chemical Engineering from NTUA, Greece and holds an MSc and a PhD in the field of environmental pollution from UMIST, UK. He has co-authored more than 35 scientific papers published in international journals or conference proceedings and is a reviewer for three international scientific journals. Since 2001 he has been a Scientist in the Ministry for the Environment, Physical Planning and Public Works of Greece.