Education, Technology and Art in Graphic Design
Uğurcan Ataoğlu, Utku Lomlu, Gürbüz Doğan Ekşioğlu, Özlem Mutaf Büyükarman

Online Talk

September 30, 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.

The talk titled “Education, Technology and Art in Graphic Design” will focus on the future of graphic design and the effect changing technologies have on art and design. Participants will also discuss the current state of education on graphic design and make predictions on its future based on their ideas and personal experiences in the field.  

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

Serpent Head

Serpent Head

The Greek god Apollo and his son Asklepios presided over the realm of medicine and healing. Apollo was also the god of light and sun, whose solar symbolism and association with medicine would become linked to Christ the Physician, and the resurrected.

The Vanity of Small Differences

The Vanity of Small Differences

The Vanity of Small Differences is a series of six large scale tapestries, completed in 2012, which explore British fascination with taste and class, and can be seen in the Grayson Perry: Small Differences exhibition. 

Cameria (Mihrimah Sultan)

Cameria (Mihrimah Sultan)

Based on similar examples by the European painters in various collections, this work is one of the portraits of Mihrimah Sultan, who was depicted rather often in the 16th century.