What is Ceramics? Known as an important plastic art, "Ceramics" (derived from Keramos, Greek for 'potter's clay') refers to items made from clay bodies and fired in a kiln to obtain the finished form.
Greek pottery, the pottery of the Ancient Greeks, important both for the intrinsic beauty of its forms and decoration and for the light it sheds on the development of Greek pictorial art.
According to the myth, Zeus, Father of Gods and men, set two eagles free to find the center of the world. They soared through the skies westward and eastward and their paths crossed in Delphi, the "Navel of the Earth".
Combine your holidays with a creative and artistic activity. In the magical location of Delphi, the "navel of the Earth", make a vase with your own hands and surrender yourselves to the joys of creativity.