Washington D.C.'s Greek Press Office Publishes "MUSA"
Washington, D.C's Press & Communication Office of the Embassy of Greece just announced its new quarterly electronic cultural review, titled "MUSA". Its full press release can be read below.
MUSA: New quarterly electronic Cultural Review
by the Press & Communication Office of the Embassy of Greece in Washington
It is with great pleasure that we present the first issue of the electronic cultural review where ''the U.S meets the Greek Culture". We decided to create this cultural magazine in an effort to enhance our established social networking activities, and to contribute to the already flourishing Greek-American relations, through the rich and timeless cultural heritage of Greece.
"MUSA" is a quarterly electronic cultural review, which owes its name to the Muses, the ancient Greek patrons of the Arts and companions of Apollo, the god of light and the sun. "MUSA" is not only the Greek word for "muse" but also it incorporates the acronym USA (M+USA), highlighting the deep bonds between the two countries.
We are proud of the artistic design and the innovative format of our e-magazine, which incorporates video, sound and photos, and we owe a special thanks to our friends / collegues from ''2yolk'' & ''Designlobby'' for their valuable sponsored contribution.
We hope you enjoy it!
Christos G. Failadis
Communication Cousellor - Public Diplomacy
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