• KÖR(LER) Performance

    In the midst of fixed images and electromagnetic tensions, at the end of a century when the hum of "reality" was increasing in intensity, written by Maurice Materlinck, and adapted/designed/directed (by Fulya Peker) as an experimental performance, KÖR!(LER) reached its audience on November 2-3, 2018 at Avto, as the first work presented by Espas Project, a stimulating example of interdisciplinary production practice, founded by students and graduates of İstanbul Bilgi University Management of Performing Arts/Performing Arts, Music and Literature departments. 

  • 03 Dec, 2018

  • Performistanbul - Platform to Perform

    Performistanbul, founded in 2016, is an Istanbul-based international platform that works with artists and institutions, aiming to promote performance art and introduce more audiences to challenging and creative performance work internationally.

  • 21 Apr, 2018

  • A New Arts and Cultural Space in Prague: Limpid Works

    One of the most adventurous, intense, entertaining and challenging discoveries in life is getting to know our bodies and ourselves. For different reasons we impose restrictions on and build barriers around ourselves. It takes time for us to stand and feel the earth under our soles. This is where exactly the story of the Limpid Works starts.

  • 21 Apr, 2018

  • Cultural Policy and Management Conferences-9: Cultural Heritage and Post-War Recovery

    Cultural Policy and Management Conferences-9: Cultural Heritage and Post-War Recovery

    Professor. Sultan Barakat (Founding Director of the Doha Institute, Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies) will be our guest for the ninth annual Cultural Policy and Management Conferences organised Cultural Policy and Management Research Center (KPY). Professor Barakat will share with us his ideas and work on the new dynamics in the process of protection and improvement of the cultural heritage, which has been destroyed in different geographies of the world with the reason of armed conflicts in recent years.

  • 20 Apr, 2018

  • IFCD Has Launched Its 9th Call for Applications

    International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD) has launched its 9th call for applications. Since Turkey officially became a party to the Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions 2005 on February 2, 2018, the fund now accepts applications from Turkey as well. Applications should be in English or in French. The implementation process of the projects is going to take 12 to 24 months and will start earliest on March 2019.

  • 11 Apr, 2018