Join us on Tuesday 12 November, 19.30 at ATÖLYE for an exhibition featuring work from Connect for Creativity Art and Technology Residency artists based in Istanbul; Emmy Bacharach, Georgios Makkas, Görkem Acaroğlu, and Katarina Popovic. Held simultaneously in Athens, Belgrade and Istanbul, the residency hosted 12 artists in total for six weeks and the artists were asked to question how a networked culture can develop cohesion to deal with the uncertainty and change that pervades modern life.
Led by the British Council, in collaboration with ATÖLYE and Abdullah Gül University in Turkey, BIOS in Greece and Nova Iskra in Serbia, Connect for Creativity aims to form a network of creative hubs across Europe to foster creative exploration and collaboration that contributes to strengthening intercultural dialogue. The project is co-funded by the European Union and the Republic of Turkey and forms part of Intercultural Dialogue Programme that is led by the Yunus Emre Institute.
You can register from the link.