A window opposite the Durrell School
Corfu is a crossroads of the Mediterranean, and the Durrell School of Corfu offers
adventurous minds a learning environment steeped in history and cultural variety.
The interdisciplinary faculty and unique location of the School offer a diversity
of learning not available elsewhere.
the entrance hall
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The Durrell School of Corfu offers a variety of activities, ranging from a series week-long seminars to excursions that explore the rich cultural history of the Mediterranean basin. Past and future field classes include Butrint (Albania), Old Perithia (Corfu), Lia (mainland Greece) and Kalami (Corfu) as well as walking tours of historic Corfu Town and its colonial architecture. kyoto protocol summary
The Durrell School now also hosts visiting courses and workshops, providing
unparalleled organizational support and background to the history and
culture of the area, as well as an introduction to the work of Lawrence and
Gerald Durrell and other writers connected with the region. If you are
interested in bringing a writing workshop or a visual arts workshop to the
The DSC is pleased to announce its recent participation in the naming of the "Bosketto Durrell" and the unveiling of a plaque commemorating Lawrence Durrell and Gerald Durrell, "writers and Philhellenes" who lived in Corfu 1935-1939.
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