The Association of Greek American Professional Women (A.G.A.P.W.) will hold its annual celebration of “Mothers of the Greek Diaspora.” Each year in May, on the occasion of Mother’s Day, AGAPW celebrates mothers of Greek descent by featuring the work of artists inspired by and dedicated to Greek mothers and mothers of the Greek Diaspora. This year we will have the honor of celebrating with artist and author Thea Halo and her mother Sano Themia Halo.
Please join us on Tuesday May 22nd, 6:00-8:00 pm at the Atrium Cafe, The Olympic Tower, 645 Fifth Avenue New York, for a reception and presentation by Thea Halo, who will read from her book, “Not Even My Name,” based on the life of her mother, Sano Themia Halo. Thea Halo will be available to sign her book.
Dr. Zoe Erotopoulos of Fairfield University will introduce Thea Halo and will speak on the significance of her work. This is a complimentary event, but RSVP is required as space is limited. To RSVP, please contact Dr. Olga Alexakos at firstname.lastname@example.org.