Beyoğlu Memory Map

Pera Adult

  • June 28, 2024 / 19:00

The workshop draws inspiration from Beyoğlu, historically known as Pera, which means "opposite shore" or "beyond" in Greek, due to its location directly across from the historical peninsula. All elements of Beyoğlu that have embedded themselves in the urban memory and our personal recollections, such as streets, parks, buildings, and neighborhoods, are reinterpreted using maps, fabrics, threads, and paints. Participants create Beyoğlu memory maps and have the opportunity to reflect on the similarities and differences among the various maps that emerge.

Capacity: 12 people
Duration: 90 minutes
Fee per workshop: 300 TL  

The event will take place at the Pera Museum (face-to-face).
For more information: ogrenme@peramuzesi.org.tr

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