Continuing its activities at full speed to transfer our historical and cultural heritage to future generations, Kuveyt Türk has implemented another meaningful project in cooperation with TDV KAGEM. Artworks of students studying at TDV KAGEM - Kuveyt Türk Art Workshops are presented to art lovers at Dolmabahçe Art Gallery between 18-30 November.
The works of TDV KAGEM - Kuveyt Türk Art Workshops teachers and students opened their doors to visitors free of charge between 18-30 November at Istanbul National Palaces Dolmabahçe Art Gallery. In the exhibition, besides our traditional arts such as lettering, illumination, miniature, tile and marbling, there are also watercolor, charcoal and calligraphy works. Participants of the TDV KAGEM - Kuveyt Türk Art Workshops Exhibition have the opportunity to sail to other worlds with inspiring and extraordinary works.
TDV KAGEM - Kuveyt Türk Art Workshops, implemented by Kuveyt Türk together with the Women, Family and Youth Center (KAGEM) operating under the Turkish Religious Foundation, have been providing training to approximately 200 participants each year in both traditional and modern art branches since 2018. Acting with the awareness that art is a bridge transferring culture between generations, TDV KAGEM - Kuveyt Türk Art Ateliers as organizing art workshops and uses the healing and rehabilitative power of art with art workshops for children and youth under state protection.
Art education has been given to young people for 3 years
Kuveyt Türk, together with KAGEM, implemented the restoration and furnishing of 12 rooms in the courtyard of Istanbul Beşiktaş Sinan Pasha Mosque and designed them as art workshops in 2018. TDV KAGEM - Kuveyt Türk Art Workshops, located in the courtyard of the Sinan Pasha Mosque, training has been provided in many fields such as abstract painting, watercolor, calligraphy and music, especially our traditional arts such as lettering, illumination, miniature, tile, marbling since 2018. In art workshops, courses are organized for adults as well as children and youth.