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INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE

Intercultural dialogue through human history can be seen as cultural exchanges that have come to life in different geographies and societies, in various forms and in various places.

The dialogue may appear in many different guises: through the tone/resonance of a music piece, through the taste of the food we eat, through the common cultural heritage, through dance steps, or through the words of a piece of literature.

The Yunus Emre Institute, as Turkey’s lead cultural actor in the international arena, has launched a new Programme with this perspective, which will carry the intercultural dialogue between the EU and Turkey to new dimensions.

You may follow the myriad of activities of the Programme and funded projects from our website and social media accounts.

INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE

PROJECTS

CONNECT 4 CREATIVITY

British Council

‘Connect 4 Creativity’ aims to promote intercultural dialogue by bringing together creative hubs and communities for a networked collaborative future.  This creative connectivity aims to establish a more cohesive, open and interlinked civil society.

The project provides a platform for students, academics, artists, creative professionals, policy makers and general public across Europe to form international networks and participate in creative exploration.  Key activities will include research to provide baseline information on the role of creative hubs and communities in promoting intercultural dialogue, three networking conferences, art and technology residencies, with an exhibition and study visit.

CONNECT 4 CREATIVITY

British Council

‘Connect 4 Creativity’ aims to promote intercultural dialogue by bringing together creative hubs and communities for a networked collaborative future.  This creative connectivity aims to establish a more cohesive, open and interlinked civil society.

The project provides a platform for students, academics, artists, creative professionals, policy makers and general public across Europe to form international networks and participate in creative exploration.  Key activities will include research to provide baseline information on the role of creative hubs and communities in promoting intercultural dialogue, three networking conferences, art and technology residencies, with an exhibition and study visit.

Europe’s Neolithic Bridge: Documenting and Disseminating the Neolithic Heritage of Anatolia Project will contribute to the protection of cultural heritage across Europe and Anatolia, and increase awareness to the heritage and strengthen a sense of belonging through shared platforms.

Conferences and colloquiums planned for Sofia, Athens and İstanbul will bring together researchers from Europe and Turkey to share their experiences of study of the Neolithic Age with wider audiences.

EUROPE’S NEOLITHIC BRIDGE ANATOLIA

 DOCUMENTING AND DISSEMINATING THE NEOLITHIC HERITAGE OF ANATOLIA

Institut Français d’Etudes Anatoliennes (IFEA) (French Institute for Anatolian Studies)

EUROPE’S NEOLITHIC BRIDGE ANATOLIA

 DOCUMENTING AND DISSEMINATING THE NEOLITHIC HERITAGE OF ANATOLIA

Institut Français d’Etudes Anatoliennes (IFEA) (French Institute for Anatolian Studies)

Europe’s Neolithic Bridge: Documenting and Disseminating the Neolithic Heritage of Anatolia Project will contribute to the protection of cultural heritage across Europe and Anatolia, and increase awareness to the heritage and strengthen a sense of belonging through shared platforms.

Conferences and colloquiums planned for Sofia, Athens and İstanbul will bring together researchers from Europe and Turkey to share their experiences of study of the Neolithic Age with wider audiences.

DIVERSITY IN UNITY

INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE THROUGH THE WAVES OF DANUBE

Hungarian Cultural Center

The unique culture of the Danube river basin has been celebrated by cultural operators and public institutions for a number of years as ‘the Danube Weeks’.  These ‘Weeks’ have included various artistic activities across the countries of the Danube region. With this new project of the Hungarian Cultural Center, the scope of content and scale of the types of activities and geography of the ‘Danube Weeks’ will be expanded. With the participation of Turkey, as a country belonging to the historical and cultural sphere of the Danube Region, the ‘Danube’ cultural tradition will grow and strengthen.

Artists and professionals from art, literature and cultural institutions in Turkey and their counterparts in the Danube countries of the EU will find opportunities to meet and work together in collaborative actions.

DIVERSITY IN UNITY

INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE THROUGH THE WAVES OF DANUBE

Hungarian Cultural Center

The unique culture of the Danube river basin has been celebrated by cultural operators and public institutions for a number of years as ‘the Danube Weeks’.  These ‘Weeks’ have included various artistic activities across the countries of the Danube region. With this new project of the Hungarian Cultural Center, the scope of content and scale of the types of activities and geography of the ‘Danube Weeks’ will be expanded. With the participation of Turkey, as a country belonging to the historical and cultural sphere of the Danube Region, the ‘Danube’ cultural tradition will grow and strengthen.

Artists and professionals from art, literature and cultural institutions in Turkey and their counterparts in the Danube countries of the EU will find opportunities to meet and work together in collaborative actions.

The Be Mobile – Create Together project will enable young, digital visual and performing artists and writers from Turkey and Europe to find opportunities to attend residency programmes. Throughout the period of  July 2019 to May 2020, 26 artists will be enjoying residencies at art houses and studios in Paris, Cassis, and Issy-les-Moulineaux in France; Dresden, Berlin and Stuttgart in Germany; Amsterdam, Maastricht and Lahey in the Netherlands; and also İstanbul, Ayvalık, Bursa and Şirince in Turkey.

BE MOBILE-CREATE TOGETHER

Institut Français de Turquiei

BE MOBILE-CREATE TOGETHER

Institut Français de Turquiei

The Be Mobile – Create Together project will enable young, digital visual and performing artists and writers from Turkey and Europe to find opportunities to attend residency programmes. Throughout the period of  July 2019 to May 2020, 26 artists will be enjoying residencies at art houses and studios in Paris, Cassis, and Issy-les-Moulineaux in France; Dresden, Berlin and Stuttgart in Germany; Amsterdam, Maastricht and Lahey in the Netherlands; and also İstanbul, Ayvalık, Bursa and Şirince in Turkey.

INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE

IN SOCIAL MEDIA

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