A Young Perspective on Arts and Cultural Management
Esra Özkan, Halil Yıldırır, Eda Göknar, Marcus Graf

Online Talk

October 14, 2021 / 19:00

Pera Museum continues to collaborate with national and international education institutions to introduce young artists’ and designers’ works to audiences. As part of the Confrontation exhibit held on the 25th anniversary of Yeditepe University, events bring panelists from different disciplines together.

In the talk titled “A Young Perspective on Arts and Cultural Management”, Prof. Marcus Graf will come together with his former students, who are now art managers for various branches of arts and culture. They will be focusing on curatorship, museum and gallery management and art writing in discussing the present state of the field through their opinions on and experiences with art and culture management.

This meeting will be held on Zoom in Turkish. Reservations are required.

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Temporary Exhibition

Confrontation

Pera Museum continued to collaborate with national and international education institutions to introduce young artists’ and designers’ works to audiences. Curated by Marcus Graf, Confrontation featured art production by the students and graduates of Yeditepe University Faculty’s Fine Arts on the 25th year anniversary of the university. 

Confrontation

Reality Bites!

Reality Bites!

Works by a large number of students from the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo deal with current and often painful themes from the socio-political, economic and cultural reality, raising awareness, appealing, warning, opening issues and offering new interpretations.

Serpent Head

Serpent Head

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A Night at Pera Museum

A Night at Pera Museum

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