Do You Like Reading and Sharing?

Do You Like Reading and Sharing?

Your Rudder is Book, My Route is Danube Competition

The Hungarian Cultural Centre is organizing the Your Rudder is Book, My Route is Danube Competition with contributions from the Kalem Cultural Association, which is one of the partners of the Intercultural Dialogue Project in the Danube environment. Readers are called upon to get to know the novels, stories and poetry books of the countries through which the Danube River passes.

Share with your followers a photo of a novel, story or poetry book that you read from the literature of the 10 countries where the Danube River comes to life or a 1-minute video by telling the impressions left on you.. Win a 100 Euro prize money for the first narrator to be selected by the jury members and a set of ten books from 10 different countries.

Requirements for Application:

✔️ Participants should talk about books written in languages ​​spoken in Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova or Ukraine or spoken in these countries and translated into Turkish.
✔️ Participants should add the accounts and hashtags below;
@kulturlerarasi_diyalog
@macarkulturmerkezi
@itef_istanbul
@anilba
@kitaplarvesozleri
@ebrarguldemler
@denizyb
@cem_erciyes
@mollaoglunermin
#TunaDalgalarındaKültürlerarasıDiyalog #DümenimKitapRotamTuna
✔️ Deadline for application: 13 May Wednesday 09.00
You can contact info@itef.com.tr for your questions

 

The ‘Diversity in Unity’ project within the Intercultural Dialogue Programme, implemented by the Hungarian Cultural Centre and partners, used the activities of the ‘Waves of the Danube’  to introduce to Turkey the literature of the countries through which the Danube River flows: Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova, Ukraine. The project has also brought authors from Turkey to fairs and festivals in these countries.

The project has brought together different cultures around literature, music and different art activities in many geographies, but had to postpone its activities in the autumn due to the Coronavirus pandemic.  So, as an alternative to some of the activities, the project now brings you this competition!