Free event and open to the general public. 7pm Armenian Diocese Guild Hall email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone (212) 686-0710
Tasoula presents her journey and the story behind one of the largest European art trafficking sting since World War II “The Munich Case”.
Groninger Museum, Netherlands 21st December 2017Book launch at one of the Netherlands oldest and largest Universities.
Cyprus Embassy US 2017Keynote speech discussing looted cultural heritage and how this affects refugees, part of The Icon Hunter book tour
#TheIconHunterinAmerica Thank you to Mr. Mark Chenian, Mr. Hagop Panossian, the President of ARPA Institute (Analysis Research & Planning for Armenia, Los Angeles) and the entire Board for organizing the Icon Hunter book event. Thank you to the Armenian Diaspora of Los Angeles for the support and interest to the book and mission.
Santa Barbara Apr'18
#TheIconHunterinAmerica Thank you for supporting and hosting the Icon Hunter book event at Santa Barbara Greek Orthodox Church (Santa Barbara, CA) in April 2018.
The Church keeps the light of Orthodox faith and cultural heritage. All this is blessed by Father Charalambos Fox and the donor families, among which is Randopoulos family.
Book Presentation 28th Jan '18 - UCLA, Los Angeles
#TheIconHunterinAmerica Thanks to the support of The Hellenic University Club and the UCLA Stavros Niarchos Center for Hellenic Culture Initiative, and the Honorary Consul General of Cyprus, Mr. Andreas Kyprianides, combined with the assistance of the UCLA Department of Art History and the UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Tasoula Hadjitofi presented The Icon Hunter at the Harry & Yvonne Lenart auditorium, the Fowler Museum at UCLA January, 28th 2018.
The Hellenic University Club. The Icon Hunter book presentation and signing. The Harry & Yvonne Lenart Auditorium. RSVP to email@example.com or call 310-215-3130
Washington DC 2017
The Lawyers’ Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation 8th Annual Conference. Georgetown University @LCCHP
Lobby for Cyprus London 19th July 2017Tasoula ‘The Icon Hunter’ discusses her experiences in the dark underworld of art trafficking and the importance of protecting our cultural heritage. The event is part of Cyprus Week at Theatro Technis, London hosted by Lobby for Cyprus.
PRESENTATION: “Blood, Treasure and Islamic State: War, Extremism and the looting of culture”
Santa Barbara Independent (April 2018) Tasoula Hadjitofi is the author of The Icon Hunter: A Refugee’s Quest to Reclaim Her Nation’s Stolen Heritage. Born in Famagusta, Cyprus, Hadjitofi and her family became refugees after the Turkish army invaded in 1974. Hadjitofi...
Culture Crime Watchers Worldwide Embraces Refugees. Migrants and refugees can play an important role in salvaging the heritage of the countries they have been forced to leave. The refugee’s instant concerns are material – food, shelter, clothing. But the loss of home...
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