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    Turkish Scholar Gallery Exhibit

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    Presented by St. Cloud State University- SCSU School of the Arts and St. Cloud State - SCSU - University Program Board at Atwood Memorial Center Art Gallery

    March 23-April 19, 2015

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    Three art exhibitions consider Anatolian women from individual perspectives of three artists.

    • Fatma Nur Basaran's exhibition subjects Anatolian goddesses and is entitled as Anatolian Woman: Mother Goddess.

    • Banu H Gürcüm subjects Anatolian women photographed by the orientalists in 19th century and is entitled as Anatolian Woman:Orientalists' women.

    • H. Sinem Sanli subjects Anatolian women which were drawn by the contemporary Turkish miniature artist Levni in 13th Century and is entitled as Anatolian Woman: Levini’s Women.

    These exhibitions together form a trilogy for the concept of Anatolian women from ancient times till 19th century. The technique is silk screen printing. The material used is special felted wool from Afyon region.


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        Atwood Memorial Center Art Gallery

        651 1st Avenue South
        St. Cloud, Mn 56301

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        Free

        Info Phone: Free

      • Dates & Times

        Dates:
        March 23-April 19, 2015

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        Gallery Hours are M-F 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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