A Landscape from Pieces to Whole

School Groups
Primary School

Face-to-Face

Students who discover the exhibition titled On the Spot through a guided tour take a journey back in time among impressive panoramic landscape paintings and photographs of Istanbul. In the workshop, the children create colorful landscapes. Using colored craft papers and powdered pastels, they stick the elements of their city landscape onto cardboards, colourfully reinterpreting panoramic landscapes.

Weekday Face-to-Face Learning Program
Thursday
10:30-12:00
13:30-15:00

Related Exhibition: On the Spot: Panoramic Gaze on Istanbul, a History

Guided tour and workshop participation fee per person for private schools: 75 TL
Guided tours and workshops are free of charge for public schools.

Reservation is required for groups, which should include no less than 10 and no more than 30 participants.

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Today's Stories: Felis <br> Hande Ortaç

Today's Stories: Felis
Hande Ortaç

Inspired by the exhibition Istanbuls Today, Today's Stories series continues with Hande Ortaç's story "Felis"! This series gathers short stories written by authors encouraged by the photographs in the exhibition.

Paula Rego in Istanbul!

Paula Rego in Istanbul!

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Fluid Rego

Fluid Rego

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