Kostas Tsoclis Museum is found in Kambos village on Tinos island. Most of the artwork pieces, exhibited in this museum, are creations of Kostas Tsoklis. However, there are also references to the work of other artists, with whom he has followed parallel paths.
The museum is housed in the building of the former primary school of the village, which has been fully renovated according to the Cycladic standards. In the museum’s courtyard, the sculpture of Saint George slaying the dragon exemplifies the artist’s work and combines classical elements with modern tendencies.
In order to introduce contemporary art to the general public, the museum organizes various activities that are related to all forms of art. Lectures, seminars, screenings on the outdoor area of the museum and performances in the Theater of Koumaros are only some examples.
Moreover, a special program for sightless children was created in cooperation with the Museum of Touch and the Lighthouse for the Blind of Greece. This initiative is definitely of high importance and proves that everyone should have the chance to get acquainted with art.