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Creative Writing Workshop

25 August 2019 - 8 September 2019
Every person has a message that s/he wants to share with a possible target audience. The purpose of the course is not to be approved but to be understood. One way of being understood is hidden inside our own perspective in life. "One of the two people looking out the

Architecture Program: Visual Spatial Settlements

11 August 2019 - 25 August 2019

Objective: To create a space for thinking on spatial practices, developing group / collaborative skills, creating a mutual education ground and a discussion platform. To discuss spatial discourses in different other disciplines and to a create a room for investigation. The course aims to establish a relationship between disciplines that doesn’t have the opportunity to collaborate especially when people are at the stage of acquiring a profession and to strengthen the interaction and communication among the individuals involved in architectural education in different cities and schools.


14 July 2019 - 28 July 2019
To enable young artists and artist candidates to develop their portfolio both in terms of design and content. In addition to the production of art, the presentation of the works produced for various applications such as schools, artist residencies and exhibitions also has an important role in the

Art, Body, Space

16 June 2019 - 30 June 2019

This programme will be delivered by two artists working in the fields of dance and performance (Aslı Bostancı and Leman Sevda Darıcıoğlu) along with two curators and academics (Livia Alexander and Charlotte Kent). At the Visual Lies Studio that takes place in the first week of the program, there will be theoretical and practical exercises as well as mind opening discussions on our perception, comprehension, and production of images.

Architecture Summer School - Order Parody

16 June 2019 - 30 June 2019
In light of the debate over depiction, representation and instrumentalisation of nature to date, this workshop aims to examine Şirince’s flora as a data source via digital means of representation. The workshop furthermore aims to build figural visualisations and investigations on the random variables presented by plants through mathematical formalisms, procedures and algorithms.


16 June 2019 - 23 June 2019

The aim of the workshop is to use different algorithms and techniques to create machines which create art works.

No specific skills are required. The workshop will start with basic coding examples, after that inspirational artworks will be discussed and similar projects will be created. Through the end of the workshop, some physical tools and examples will be realized. 

You can see some examples as the outcome of the workshop.