Interactive cross-media digital platform

An interactive emotional journey, as experienced by young refugees living in Athens. Under the auspices and funding of the Greek Ministry of Culture.

The audience is immersed into a uniquely interactive emotional digital environment, inspired by the experiences of young refugees living in Athens and their outputs in our participatory Art Therapeutic workshops - including sound-music, photography, and physical theater (performance in a VR film). SolidViews is a community engagement and capacity building project that empowers participants and promotes solidarity, equal access to culture, intercultural dialogue, tolerance, understanding, and inclusion - both in Greece and abroad.

SolidViews was implemented under the auspices and funding of the Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports.

An interactive cross-media platform taking us on an emotional journey of lockdown in Athens, inspired by participatory art therapeutic workshops with young refugees living in the Greek capital. Multimedia outputs of sound, photography, texts, and a VR film of a participatory performance create the interactive non-linear storytelling.
This is an online campaign to raise awareness that included a forum, and aims to promote inclusive art, intercultural dialogues, and social inclusion.
Refugees, Greeks, and Europeans in solidarity, sharing Solid visions for a better future.

We appreciate your contribution

Together we can empower this project!

Join the international SOLIDarity community we’re building.

Send us an email with subject SOLIDViews at and we’ll keep you posted on the online events that will relate to our platform.

Discover the multimedia journey and join the forum section where you’ll be able to post your views, pictures, videos, sounds, and songs on the specific topics and collections we will be diffusing.

Share SolidViews platform on your social media when it’s launched to enhance its positive impact and promote intercultural dialogue and understanding.

Thank you!

With the financial support of the Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports