Picture from Karagöz’s tales about Mickiewicz,photo credit: Tuğçe Ayerdoğanç, Istanbul, Turkey.
Teatr Ka from Poland hosts a series of theatrical performances using traditional Turkish shadow puppetry, based on Adam Mickiewicz's Renegade. The events take place from 1st to 6th
Karagöz’s tales about Mickiewicz is an art project combining theatre plays and a workshop, which promotes Adam Mickiewicz’s works as well as the museum dedicated to him. For 5 consecutive days at various cafeterias and teahouses in the Tarlabaşı district, where the museum is also located, Teatr Ka will present shadow puppet theatre based on a Turkish ballad by Adam Mickiewicz titled Renegade. The project aims to reach out to an audience of all ages, and will result in a workshop specifically for children.
Karagöz’s tales about Mickiewicz is a project of Teatr Ka. The collective has been performing shadow puppetry in Poland since 2012. Founded by Umut Nebioğlu, a contemporary Turkish artist and director of a traditional Turkish shadow theatre, Teatr Ka group also includes orientalist scholar Albert Kwiatkowski and drama educator Monika Wyrzykowska.
The Adam Mickiewicz Museum in Istanbul's Tarlabasi district most recently in November 2014 hosted the Migrating University of Mickiewicz Project.
1.12.2014- Monday, 16.30
2.12.2014- Tuesday, 17.00
Esnaf Kiraathanesi, Kalyoncu Sokak
3.12.2014- Wednesday, 16.00
4.12.2014- Thursday, 16.00
Klarnetçi Erol' un Müzisyenler Kahvesi
5.12.2014- Friday, 17.00
Yeni ŞehirEesnaf Kıraathanesi
6.12.2014- Saturday, 11.00
Game: Searching for traces of Adam Mickiewicz - A workshop for children
The event is organized as part of the cultural programme marking the 600th anniversary of Polish-Turkish diplomatic relations.
Edited by E.M. 03/12/2014