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Gala

The ϳԹ hosts an annual Gala to support its mission of preserving, promoting, and protecting all aspects of Greek culture from antiquity to the present. During our premier event of the year, we celebrate Greece’s rich heritage with the Hellenic world’s most influential leaders and scholars and honor those who have made significant contributions to the study of Greek culture. Experience an extraordinary evening of culture, education, and inspiration at a spectacular venue in New York City. The Gala provides an important source of funding for the School and its academic programming, excavations, outreach, publications, and research, as well as a wide range of free public lectures, exhibitions, concerts, and award-winning short films.

Gala 2024!

Date

Thursday, May 9, 2024

Cocktails: 6:00 p.m.
Dinner: 7:00 p.m.

Location

Gotham Hall
1356 Broadway at 36th Street
New York, NY 10018

Honoree

Mary R. Lefkowitz has been selected by the American School’s Board of Trustees as the next recipient of the prestigious Athens Prize.

An American School Experience*

The ϳԹ is excited to offer a unique Gala week experience created exclusively for table sponsors. For more information, please contact Nancy Savaides at 609-454-6810 or nsavaides@ascsa.org.

Hotel Room Block

For the convenience of our guests, we will secure a block of rooms at the Westin New York Grand Central between Saturday, May 6, and Monday, May 11. Special rate will be available soon.

Tickets

To purchase tables or tickets, please visit .

Support the School

The Gala provides an important source of funding for the American School. If you cannot attend this event, please consider supporting us with a monetary or auction item donation. To offer an in-kind gift, please click this , or contact Nancy Savaides at nsavaides@ascsa.org or 609-454-6810. Thank you for your generosity.

Past Galas

Click the links below for more about our previous events.*

Gala 2023

Gala 2022

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Gala 2019

Gala 2018

Gala 2017

Gala 2016

*No Gala was held in 2020 due to COVID-19.