Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Scribbling emotions on walls has been a tradition in Rome going back thousands of years and even the word “graffiti” was first used for the markings found in the ruins of Pompeii.
In İzmir, regarded as the capital of the world famous Levantine culture, the most important heritage of this culture, Levantine mansions, will open to tourism
The foundation of the Neşet Ertaş Culture and Arts Center has been laid in Kırsehir.
UNESCO World Culture Heritage Safranbolu will have a Leyla Gencer Culture and Arts Center. Genceri who died in 2008, is known as a La Diva Turca.
According to the Art Newspaper, the second edition of London’s festival of contemporary Arab culture...
The Culture and Tourism Ministry and the TÜRSAB have started organizing a shuttle service for elderly tourists and people with disabilities
The Black Sea province of Trabzon is welcoming women from dozens of countries for a week of art as part of the sixth International Paintings Festival
The Ali Saim Ülgen Archive at Salt Ankara is hosting a talk by architectural restoration expert Emre Madran about Ottoman heritage
Akbank Sanat will soon welcome a seminar series titled “Museum on an Art Stage,” which is being prepared by Ayşe Hazar Köksal.
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