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    FIDE DAYO
    Flimmaker

      THEO ESHETU
      Artist

        AHMED BUGRI
        Director, Foundation for Shelter and Support to Migrants

          SAMAH HIJAWI
          Artist

            TANJA KNAUS
            Filmmaker and Project Manager FLAX

              LANNA IDRISS
              Process Management and Outsourcing, Founder of FLAX

                ASLI ÖZARSLAN
                Filmmaker

                  BETTINA HUTSCHEK
                  Artist, Curator and Founder of Fragmenta

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                  11
                  :00
                  am
                  Exhibition
                  Contemporary Istanbul

                  Artists in Exile

                  Three artists from different backgrounds, different places and different disciplines will present their artwork in the frame of the Mahalla festival at Contemporary Istanbul 2017. All three have met and worked together since 2014, in Istanbul, at the art cooperative Arthere. The works shown might or might not reflect these feelings and how they have been affected by migration, war, hope and life. Participating artists: Omar Berakdar - Syria/Turkey, Ali Omar - Syria/Turkey, Gülsün Öykü Dogan - Turkey September 14 - 17

                  6
                  :00
                  pm
                  Exhibition
                  MARSistanbul

                  Collateral

                  Exposed to war and violence in different ways, the four participating artists of Artists at Risk program tell stories of migration, war and resistance as witnesses. Artists: Issa Touma, Erkan Özgen, Pınar Öğrenci and Chto Delat. Curated by Perpetuum Mobile, in the frame of Artists at Risk programme.

                  11
                  :00
                  am
                  Excursion
                  outside

                  Fondaco Futuro

                  Nation25 examines the model of Fondaco, born in the X century, in its historical sense of a place of accommodation and exchange of goods for the different cultures bordering on the Mediterranean. The fondaco is a tool for reflecting on the first relationships between foreign communities, and their cultural and economic dynamics, in the Mediterranean area.

                  Elena Abbiatici and Sara Alberani are going to examine the Büyük Valide Han in Istanbul as an example for the Ottoman style.

                  11
                  :00
                  am
                  Artist Talk and Presentation
                  SALT Auditorium

                  Borders, Mobility and Cultural Identity

                  with Iris Andraschek / Hubert Lobnig, Austria, Pınar Öğrenci, Turkey, Omar Berakdar Syria, Theo Eshetu, Germany, Samah Hijawi, Belgium, Costa Vece, Switzerland. How can Art cope with topics like borders, homeland and cultural identity? Seven Artists are presenting examples of their works. Sharing perspectives, comparing methods and developing new assumptions regarding artistic practices is the main topic of this panel.

                  3
                  :00
                  pm
                  Presentation and Performance
                  SALT Auditorium

                  Re-telling the same old: writing virtual environments

                  A Presentation and talk by Glen Calleja - Malta at SALT Auditorium, September 19, 3:00 pm after the talk IR-RAĠEL – (The Man: a floating book) a performance by Glen Calleja at the Golden Horn in Karaköy next to the Üsküdar ferry boat stop 5 minutes from SALT by foot.

                  5
                  :00
                  pm
                  Screening
                  SALT Auditorium

                  Island 36 by Asli Özarslan

                  Film screening of Insel 36 (Island36), a documentary about refugee protests in Berlin. For more than one year asylum seekers lived in tents on Oranienplatz to take a stand against isolation enforced upon them by German laws.

                  6
                  :30
                  pm
                  Screening
                  SALT Auditorium

                  Love Boat by Nawar Bulbul

                  At the Mahalla Festival we will screen a documentary about his third theatrical project “Love Boat” working with Syrian refugees in Jordan. After the screening will be a talk and discussion with Nawar Bulbul about his work and a cocktail. Sponsored by the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation.

                  11
                  :00
                  am
                  Round Table
                  SALT

                  Mobility and Cultural Practice

                  with Maren Richter, Austria, Lanna Idriss, Germany Angelika Stepken, Italy/Germany, Ahmed Bugri, Malta, Sabine Küper, Turkey/Germany, Asena Günal, Turkey, Morten Goll, Denmark. What kind of tasks are NGO’s, Institutions, Curators facing? There is a big need for solidarity and a search for a new identity understanding in a trembling world. Different players out of the cultural and social field are presenting their strategies regarding topics like migration, borders, mobility, and identity. In this Panel we are comparing methods and search for synergies and common strategies for the future.

                  6
                  :00
                  pm
                  Screening
                  SALT

                  Eyes Wide Open

                  Short Movies about migration selected by Villa Romana, Italy, after the screening discussion and cocktail

                  9
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                  pm
                  Concert Session
                  Bomontiada

                  Rabih Beaini

                  The Lebanese-born and Berlin-based artist RABIH BEAINI is not only a skilled DJ, cherished electronic music producer and head of the influential Morphine label, but also an avid collaborator always keen on finding a common language with other artists.

                  11
                  :00
                  am
                  Round Table
                  Italian Cultural Institute

                  Perspectives and Duties

                  with Marita Muukkonen / Ivor Stodolsky Greece/Finland, Ulaş Sunata, Turkey, Thomas Büsch – Germany/Turkey, Tanja Knaus, Germany. How are the experiences of NGO’s and Institutions with public funding and networking? Are there frames forcing them in certain directions? Which are there visions for their future work? Which strategies have to be followed? Which kind of cooperation possibilities do exist?

                  3
                  :00
                  pm
                  Presentation
                  Italian Cultural Institute

                  Exploring the Fondaci

                  Presentation of the research Nation 25 did in Istanbul regarding the Turkish Han or Funduq as location for hosting.

                  6
                  :00
                  pm
                  Screening
                  Italian Cultural Institute

                  Minister by Fide Dayo

                  This feature movie by Italian, Nigerian filmmaker Fide Dayo is a fictional comedy about the assignment of an African immigrant to the immigration minister in Italy. The film shows the power of a woman who’s aim is to change for hope in social issues: in a moment of prejudice, racial discrimination, the difficulties of integration, the complexity of reconciling professional and policy achievement with the family affection, the violence of power, labor rights and the housing emergency. Fide Dayo will discuss about the movie after the screening with a cocktail at the Italien cultural Institut.

                  6
                  :00
                  pm
                  Lecture
                  Cezayir

                  Archive of Migrant Memories

                  with Gianluca Gatta, Naples about the work of the Archive of Migrant Memories in Rome

                  7
                  :00
                  pm
                  Presentation
                  Cezayir

                  Manifesto - Cultural Identity in Exile

                  Final session

                  8
                  :00
                  pm
                  Cocktail
                  Cezayir

                  Final session of the week

                  5
                  :00
                  pm
                  Screening
                  Studio-X Istanbul

                  New Istanbul Dream and Center of the World

                  Two Art-Video-Works by Kamen Stoyanov, Austria/Bulgaria and Katharina Swoboda, Austria

                  7
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                  pm
                  Exhibition
                  Austrian Cultural Forum

                  I SPLIT MYSELF TO BE EQUAL and THE LOOSE POWER

                  I split myself to be equal, Sherine Anis (Austria/Egypt). Entrance Hall. – The loose power, İbrahim Koç (Turkey) Two artists are showing sculptural art works in the space of the Consulate General of Austria in Yeniköy.

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                  Organized by diyalog and the InEnArt team in cooperation with the Goethe-Institute Istanbul, the Italian Cultural Forum, Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation Istanbul, Austrian Cultural Forum and Kulturakademie Tarabya.
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