A new program of SALT’s Thursday Cinema titled “What is normal, anyway?” will kick off on June 2 with a selection of documentary and fiction films from Kazakhstan to Singapore and Japan to Germany and Italy, exploring the notion of normality in a post-pandemic world.
Margaret Atwood has imagined apocalyptic disaster, a Dystopian government and an author faking her own death. But until recently she had spared herself the nightmare of trying to burn one of her own books.
CAMMA “Thursday Talks,” organized by Istanbul Bilgi University Cultural Management Master Program (CAMMA) and Cultural Policy and Management Research Center (KPY), will host Professor Ian Hodder, the former director of the Çatalhöyük Research Project and a pioneer of post-processualism theory in archaeology, on June 2.
Google celebrated on May 24 15 years since it kicked off its mammoth and hugely controversial effort to photograph streets in minute detail across the globe.
‘Crimes of the Future’ by Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg takes on the future of sex, starring Kristen Stewart, Lea Seydoux and Viggo Mortensen
Libyan author Mohamed Alnaas became the youngest winner of the prestigious International Prize for Arabic Fiction with his debut novel “Bread on Uncle Milad’s Table” on May 22.
The fifth International Mardin Biennial, featuring works by 40 artists from 24 countries, opened in the eastern province of Mardin on May 20 and will host its visitors until June 20.
While a single-nave church has been unearthed on land, various historical remains of the Akçakale Castle have been found under the sea during the ongoing excavations
Romanian director Cristian Mungiu’s new film ‘RMN’ sees him in the race for the Palme d’Or one again after his ‘4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days’ in 2007
Hundreds of critically endangered baby giant turtles were released into Cambodia’s Mekong River to mark World Turtle Day on May 23.
A more than 3,000-year-old gold signet ring that was stolen from an Aegean island in World War II, crossed the Atlantic, was bought by a Nobel Prize-winning Hungarian scientist and ended up in a Swedish museum has found its way back to Greece.