Sanat 26.04.2001 - netyorum.com / Sayı: 68
MAYFEST 2001 IS AROUND THE CORNER
Once again, It's spring time and time for MayFest!
While creating this year's program, we have paid extra attention to making you
feel closer to home, and wanted to keep you abreast of this year's exciting
cultural happenings in Turkey.
In that sense, MayFest is again filled with fun, inspiration and hope. As
the volunteers who organize MayFest, this year is especially important
for us. We have restructured ourselves as the Moon and Stars Project.
From now on, we will be organizing various events not only in May, but
Besides, we now have a wider scope which includes supporting our artists through
scholarships, sponsorships, grants and exchange programs. And, of course, we
need your support more than ever. Our festival is starting. Please don't be late
and get your tickets now !
MOON AND STARS PROJECT
Highlighting Turkish Arts and Culture
MayFest 2001 Program
> May 4 - May 29
MERVE BERKMAN PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION
"The Drama of the Gifted Child"
Gallery Art is Superior : 13 Stanton Street, New York, NY 10002
Please call for gallery hours. 212 226 -1716
This exhibition takes its name from Alice Miller's seminal work on childhood
traumas "The Drama of the Gifted Child" is a photographic foray into a hazy
world of struggle, self-acceptance, and courage
captured in a series of portraits and still lifes.
> May 6 - May 26
IPEK DUBEN - A TWIN INSTALLATION
"Love You Forever"
Stephen Gang Gallery: 529 West 20th Street, 4E New York, NY 10011
Please call for gallery hours. 212 741-7832
A twin installation titled "Love Book/Love Game" is taking on the inherently
controversial subject of domestic violence.
> May 6, Sunday, 8:00 pm
AKSANAT PRODUCTION THEATER PRESENTS:
Chicago City Limits: 1105 First Avenue New York, NY 10021
Playwright: Brian Friel
Director : Isil Kasapoglu
Translation: Zeynep Avci
Scenic Design: Duygu Sagiroglu
Music: Joel Simon
Cast: Koksal Engur
Tilbe Saran, Cuneyt Turel
"Molly S." is a drama about perception and reality, and humanity's ability to
really see. The play will be presented in Turkish.
> May 11- May 31
A GROUP EXHIBITION - PAINTINGS AND MIXED MEDIA BY
Levent Tuncer, Ozlem Paker, Serdar Arat, and Sermin Kardestuncer.
Curated by: Ayse Turgut
A Ramona Studio: 65 West 37th Street, Suite 402 New York, NY 10018
Please call for gallery hours. 212 398-1904
A group exhibition of four talented Turkish-American artists.
> May 12, Satuday, 1:00 pm
AUDIO FACT, TIGER OKOSHI AND OKAY TEMIZ
The Blue Note Jazz Club
131 West 3rd Street New York, NY 10012
Jazz brunch with internationally renowned percussionist Okay Temiz, Audio Fact
ve and prominent Japanese trumpet virtuoso Tiger Okoshi.
> May 13, Sunday, 2:00 pm
OMAR FARUK TEKBiLEK
Central Park Band Shell Stage: Entrance on East 72nd Street Free concert at
Bandshell by one of the world's foremost performers of Sufi, folk and
contemporary Middle Eastern music.
> May 26, Friday, 8:00 pm
Town Hall: 123 West 43rd Street New York, NY 10036
The sweetheart of Turkish pop music is ready to win over New York.
Support our Festival, come with friends...
For tickets and information: 212 218 7665
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