Highlighting the harmonious meeting points between Nature and Humanity.



MUSE, based on the UNESCO model, encompasses three main dimensions: Education, Science & Technology, and Culture. It aims to utilize Art as a vehicle and Tradition as an object to showcase the convergence of:

• old and modern

• local and regional with the global

• the secular with the sacred.


Art as a vehicle
and Tradition as an object

By doing so, MUSE intends to highlight the harmonious meeting points between Nature and Humanity in a modern world that faces challenges related to technological violations of nature and the alienation of humanity.

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One of MUSE's fundamental goals is to contribute to a global effort that formulates a new proposal and establishes a new condition for a symbiotic relationship between Nature, Society, and Humanity. It recognizes the importance of inclusivity and the celebration of diversity across genetic, racial, political, and cultural aspects within the realms of education, science & technology, and culture.


To leave a significant social impact, MUSE collaborates with scientific organizations, international entities and other bodies with similar objectives.

Through these collaborations, MUSE aims not only to achieve its set goals but also to stay current with modern developments in the mentioned areas. Ultimately, MUSE strives to influence the evolution of societies through its actions and co-shape conditions that embrace diversity in arts and sciences, fostering interactions between various fields and encouraging their mutual influence on the ongoing societal evolution.


Dr. Eugenia Arsenis

Director – Dramaturg (Department of Drama, Theatre and Media Arts at Royal Holloway University of London) and, holds a Ph.D in Philosophical Aesthetics.

Yannis Ioannidis

Professor at the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications of the University of Athens. President and General Director of the ATHENA Research and Innovation Center.

Pavlos Kavouras

Professor Emeritus at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens UNESCO Chair: “Anthropology of Traditional Music: Representing and Repositioning Intangible Cultural Heritage”.

Panos Konstantopoulos

Professor Emeritus at the Department of Informatics, School of Information Sciences and Technology, Athens University of Economics and Business, UNESCO Chair: on Digital Methods for the Humanities and Social Sciences.

Vassilios Makrakis

Professor at the Department of Primary Education, University of Crete, UNESCO Chair: Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in Education for Sustainable Development (ESD).

Tiago de Oliveira Pinto

Professor of Musicology at the University of Music Franz Liszt Weimar, and Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, Germany UNESCO Chair: “Transcultural Music Studies”.

Brett Pyper

Associate Professor and Head of the Wits School of Arts at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg

Timos Sellis

Director, Archimedes Research Unit on AI, Data Science and Algorithms