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Karakioulafis, C. (2022). The COVID-19 pandemic as a catalyst of art workers mobilisation and unionisation: the case of Greek actors. RES. Revista Española de Sociología, 31(4), 2.

In Greece, as in other countries, the cultural sector is among the most affected by the coronavirus crisis, bringing to the surface structural problems that these sectors have been facing. As the first Greek state’s first support measures were ill-adapted to cultural sectors’ forms of employment, artists’ unions mobilised and new solidarity groups and campaigns …

Karakioulafis, C. (2022). The COVID-19 pandemic as a catalyst of art workers mobilisation and unionisation: the case of Greek actors. RES. Revista Española de Sociología, 31(4), 2. Read More »

Karakioulafis, C. (2021). Grèce. Pandémie de Covid-19 et mobilisation syndicale des professionnels du spectacle: l’initiative Support Art Workers. Chronique Internationale de l’IRES, 175(3), 16-27.

Bien que la nature précaire du travail culturel soit largement reconnue dans la littérature académique, elle est souvent restée invisible aux yeux des décideurs politiques et peu de mesures ont été prises pour protéger les travailleurs de ces secteurs mis à l’arrêt par la pandémie de Covid-19. Très souvent, les gouvernements n’ont pas pris en …

Karakioulafis, C. (2021). Grèce. Pandémie de Covid-19 et mobilisation syndicale des professionnels du spectacle: l’initiative Support Art Workers. Chronique Internationale de l’IRES, 175(3), 16-27. Read More »

Karakioulafi, C. (2012). «It is art as well as a profession»: Conceptions of artistic work – the case of actors in Greece. Review of Social Research, 137(137-138), 113-140. [in Greek]

Artistic work and the rules governing artistic labor markets are considered as a puzzle for those concerned with the sociology of professions or sociological approaches of salaried work. The major question is whether artistic work and artistic professions can be perceived with the common instruments and the frameworks of reference, analysis and interpretation which we …

Karakioulafi, C. (2012). «It is art as well as a profession»: Conceptions of artistic work – the case of actors in Greece. Review of Social Research, 137(137-138), 113-140. [in Greek] Read More »

Baltzis, A., & Tsigilis, N. (2020). Working & living conditions of visual artists in Greece [Research Report]. The Metropolitan Organisation of Museums of Visual Arts of Thessaloniki (MOMus), Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. [in Greek].

The report presents the results of the first quantitative survey of visual artists in Greece. Visual artists, like all artists, are the human potential shaping the contemporary culture of a country. In this way, they contribute to the cultural development, the shaping of identity and economic development of a country, while at the same time …

Baltzis, A., & Tsigilis, N. (2020). Working & living conditions of visual artists in Greece [Research Report]. The Metropolitan Organisation of Museums of Visual Arts of Thessaloniki (MOMus), Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. [in Greek]. Read More »

Tsioulakis, I. (2022). Music (as) Labour: Crises and Solidarities among Greek Musicians in the Pandemic. Swiss Journal of Musicology, 38 (1), 13-27.

The study of music (as) labour has often been hindered in musicology by divisions between professional and amateur musicians as well as conflicting conceptualizations of work or pleasure. In contrast, with this article I propose that we regard all music making activity as labour. Through theorizations of affective, emotional, aesthetic and phatic labour, I highlight …

Tsioulakis, I. (2022). Music (as) Labour: Crises and Solidarities among Greek Musicians in the Pandemic. Swiss Journal of Musicology, 38 (1), 13-27. Read More »

Tsioulakis, I., & FitzGibbon, A. (2020). Performing artists in the age of COVID-19: A moment of urgent action and potential change [Online]. QPOL, Queen’s Policy & Engagement.

In this special long read, Drs Ioannis Tsioulakis and Ali FitzGibbon take an indepth look at the devastating impact the COVID pandemic is having on the performing arts sector. Working populations across the world are seeing their livelihoods and careers collapse or transform overnight as a result of the global pandemic COVID-19 and the responses …

Tsioulakis, I., & FitzGibbon, A. (2020). Performing artists in the age of COVID-19: A moment of urgent action and potential change [Online]. QPOL, Queen’s Policy & Engagement. Read More »

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