In the immortal words of one Bonnie Tyler: “Where have all the good men gone and where are all the Gods? Where's the street wise Hercules to fight the rising odds?” Anyone paying even passing attention to global headlines these days may well be wondering just that. But we have faith that there are still enough everyday heroes out there. Sometimes, it takes the eyes of a child to uncover them and bring their acts of kindness, integrity or courage to light. The Museum of Cycladic Art builds on its hugely successful kids’ drawing contest series with a new open call for all children everywhere between the ages of 4 to 15 to nominate their own everyday heroes by illustrating them and sharing what makes them stand out. The assignment is a way of connecting children with the museum’s new digital platform and its current virtual exhibition “Antiquarianism and Philhellenism. The Thanassis and Marina Martinos Collection". Through paintings, sculptures and other artworks, kids can learn about the Heroes of that period, and connect them to their contemporary counterparts. As with last year, 36 winners will be chosen (across different age groups) and due to the new conditions, these outstanding works will be exhibited on-line, starting on the 18th of May, International Museums Day! Check the website link below for detailed instructions on how to enter your budding Picasso.