Friends of ILJM

The ILJM operates since 1994 as a unique space for the promotion of the art of goldsmithery and the applied and decorative arts. Its educational agenda, which is of paramount importance among the Museumís cultural aims, focuses on the advancement of Greek goldsmithery both in Greece and abroad, and on the study of the decorative arts on an international level. At the ILJM we believe that the Museum must present culture in a manner that is both educational and entertaining; an approach which we hope will help build new roads of communication between cultural institutions and their public.  
 Your contribution to the work of the ILJM is both vital and valuable in allowing the Museum to fulfill its cultural agenda, to design and implement new programs and activities. We hope that our patrons will be proud to be a part of all that the ILJM seeks to accomplish, both in Greece and overseas through collaboration with leading Museums and Institutions worldwide. As a token of our appreciation for your support, the ILJM offers a series of privileges and benefits to the companies or private individuals whose generosity enables us to realize our plans and aim for the future.
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ATTIC LANDSCAPE. FOUR CONTEMPORARY GREEK PAINTERS INTERACT WITH OBJETS Dí ART FROM THE COLLECTIONS: WILD FLOWERS OF GREECE, MICROCOSM, OWLS AND ANTHEMIA OF THE ILIAS LALAOUNIS JEWELRY MUSEUM
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