Etel Adnan: Impossible Homecoming Online Exhibition Tour

Teachers

Teachers are invited to join a guided, virtual online tour of Etel Adnan: Impossible Homecoming exhibition to learn more about the works of art on display. In the exhibition, we explore Etel Adnan’s original drawings of abstract landscapes and mountains that focus on the concepts of color, writing, memory and time as part of the artist’s naturalist interpretation of the physical world.

Participants also discover ways of integrating Pera Museum collection exhibitions’ curricula-compatible “Teacher Guidebooks” into their classroom activities, accompanying their students in the exhibits, as well as a wide range of activities for different age groups.

The event is free of charge, registration is required. The event will take place on the Zoom Meeting app. A participation certificate will be emailed to all participants after the event.

Reservation required; group participation only, for groups of 10 to 80.

Duration: 30 minutes

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For more information and reservations: ogrenme@peramuzesi.org.tr 

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