Manisa Bezi, which had been forgotten over time, has revived with the initiatives of the Şehzadeler Public Education Center and the Turkish Women's Council.
Organized by the City Development Agency of Banja Luka (CIDEA), Interactive free workshop "Fundamentals of digital advertising" was held on March 6th and 7th at the premises of CIDEA. On this occasion, the workshop was attended by representatives of small and medium enterprises as well as prospective entrepreneurs. The aim of this workshop was to get closer to the basics of digital marketing for entrepreneurs through effective and affordable tools of digital advertising so that their experience is applicable indeed.
Message development and storytelling were recognised as areas where CSOs need additional assistance. Storytelling is the social and cultural activity of sharing stories, often with improvisation, theatrics, or embellishment. Stories or narratives have been shared in every culture as a means of entertainment, education, cultural preservation and instilling moral values.
AONTAS are currently leading on a learning mobility project called AONTAS 'Making an Impact at European Level’. Mobility means travelling from one country to another for learning or professional experience.
Diversity Management training course aims to improve the pedagogical competences related with the diversity management of adult educators, contributing to the standardization and quality of vocational training to adult educators. Also an objective is to promote a better understanding of diversity, and making use of it to obtain better results to everybody.
One of the most important branches of Turk-İslam Art in Turkey is “Seljukian Wood Carving”. Seljukian Wood Carving as a type of wood carving is an art in which figures are carved in a flat panel of wood. (Especially wood from a chestnut tree) The figures project only slightly from the background rather than standing freely. The process of carving involves removing wood from a flat wood panel in such a way that an object appears to rise out of the wood.
Altınordu public education center will open a kemence course for adults. The course will take 216 hours. At the end of the course, a certificate will be given to participants. Absenteeism is only one day.
A “Serender” (an hórreo) is a traditional granary from the Middle and Eastern part of the Black Sea Region in Turkey. It’s built in wood and raised from the ground by pillars ending in flat staddle stones to avoid the access of rodents. Ventilation is allowed by the slits in its walls. “Serenders” are mainly found in the Middle and Eastern part of the Black Sea Region in Turkey.
Let’s look up to the surrounded of the green grass roof, then take a little step inside to touch the walls made of clay in unusual, soft and organic shapes. The first impression is often difficult to compare with something, and even more rarely it forms the idea that this is one of the possibilities, not only to live in the world of imagination but also act towards this outcome. The friendly and "green" sense involves you simply observing buildings drowning in the nature where architecture and environment complement each other.
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