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Antalya
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Topics
Civic rights / Memory / Sustainability / Philosophy / Public space / Community development / Rural issues / Creative economy / Environment
Disciplines
Visual arts / Film & cinema / Heritage / Research / Digital media / Community arts / Urban studies
The initial local hub idea is a cultural program that could potentially be integrated to ACCI Foundation’s first offline exhibition since the quarantine. ACCI Foundation will open the new season with Murat Germen’s “Oblivion” exhibition which will form a great ground for the upcoming VAHA events. Consequently, there will be a series of common events organised mutually by the three VAHA peers. Initially, the team will come together to create a content for the talks/workshops series and the pilot activation grant will be used for the preparations and implementation of these. According to that, each will contact relevant key actors and stakeholders to create a time-table for possible activities (informative talks, interactive workshops, field visits...). CRS will be in charge of cultural/natural heritage preservation related events while Are will be focusing on creating a town mapping of local artists, designers, manufacturers, and similar people/organisations. It is aimed to make art producers and actors aware of each other and to bring their communication together on a common ground. This mapping will also show the knowledge of art actors and their productions.
Antalya
ACCI Foundation
Antalya Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s (ACCI) Education, Research, and Culture Foundation aims to create a new site of attraction in Antalya to perform culture and arts.
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Antalya
ACCI Foundation
antalyakultursanat.org.tr/
Antalya Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s (ACCI) Education, Research, and Culture Foundation aims to create a new site of attraction in Antalya to perform culture and arts to residents and visitors of the city by hosting exhibitions; providing art education for adults/ kids; and organising conferences. Its main building, Antalya Culture and Arts (ACA) is located in the city center including three large exhibition halls, one auditorium, education rooms, a coffeeshop and a gift shop that features original souvenirs/books on Antalya. The building with its unique façade that represents the harmony of differences has been one of the symbolic landmarks of Antalya since the day it was opened.
Antalya
Are Projects
The aims of this formation, which started operations in Antalya in 2019, include questioning the functions of art, turning to dialogue, and encouraging projects and collaborations. 
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Antalya
Are Projects
areprojects.co
Are is an interdisciplinary field of study. The aims of this formation, which started operations in Antalya in 2019, include questioning the functions of art, turning to dialogue, and encouraging projects and collaborations. Supporting various creative productions and providing space for different practices, Are also hosts the richest contemporary art library in the region. Are aims at becoming a center for creative expression; it is a multifunctional formation for the region thanks to its library, study area, talks and workshops. Apart from just the physical space, it also creates areas of thought with the projects it organizes on digital platforms.
Antalya
Culture Routes Society
Culture Routes Society (CRS) was established in 2012 to protect Turkey’s existing culture routes, to promote the establishment of new routes, to set best-practice standards for their development.
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Antalya
Culture Routes Society
cultureroutesinturkey.com
Culture Routes Society (CRS) was established in 2012 to protect Turkey’s existing culture routes, to promote the establishment of new routes, to set best-practice standards for their development. As defined in its constitution, a culture route is a sustainable route or combination of routes following a historical/cultural/natural theme. Its routes are aimed at walkers, cyclists or horse-riders and c.100 members include tourism sector representatives, historians, guides, botanists. CRS sees the routes as a means of deepening cultural understanding - both for city Turks, who are increasingly distanced from their rural past, and for international visitors who want to have greater insight into Turkey’s rural culture.

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