On the occasion of the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, the Municipality of Amaroussion inaugurated the International Olympic Ceramic Sculpture Museum.
The Museum contains 21 ceramic sculpture works, which constitutes its first acquisitions. These are creations of eminent artists from all the cities that have hosted the Olympic Games until now.
The exhibits have been created by the following artists: Voula Gounela - Athens, Greece (1896, 2004), Daphne Coregan - Paris, France (1900, 1924), June Kaneco - Saint Louis, USA (1904), Ula Viotti - Stockholm, Sweden (1912), Jock Desovaz - Antwerp, Belgium (1920), Michek Caipers - Amsterdam, The Netherlands (1928), Paul Soltner - Los Angeles, USA (1932, 1984), Beate Coon - Berlin, Germany (1936), Cristina Riska - Helsinki, Finland (1952), Maria Teresa Kuczynska - Melbourne, Australia (1956), Panos Tsolakos - Rome, Italy (1960), Yo Akiyama - Tokyo, Japan (1964), Gerda Grouber - Mexico City, Mexico (1968), Frans Staler - Munich, Germany (1972), Bruce Taylor - Montreal, Canada (1976), Vladimir Tsivin - Moscow, Russia (1980), Kang Souk Yang - Soel, S. Korea (1988), Claudi Kazanovas - Barcelona, Spain (1992), Ruth Duckworth - Atlanta, USA (1996), Marea Gazard - Sidney, Australia (2000). With their works they connect the past of Olympic spirit with the present and express the latest developments in ceramic sculpture.