Turkish American TV host Özge Övün-Sert interviewed conductor Nisan Ak in this segment of the show. Nisan holds a Master’s degree in Orchestral Conducting at the Aaron Copland School of Music (CUNY).
Enjoy a short video on cruising through the serene Dalyan River and cooling off at Iztuzu Beach, produced by Yasin Ilcebay.
Home of Turquoise, a video on Turkey’s seminal color of turquoise, as the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas. Let the stunning turquoise coasts sweep you off your feet and cast into the air by a journey through the exact meaning of “Turquoise.” Dağhan Celayir, director. Alastair King, the orchestrator known from The Martian, Gravity, and Harry Potter.
Sonja Hall talks about their experience with Turkish Kangal breed “Suly” the Sulaiman at the Turkish Festival in Washington DC.
The first woman architect from Princeton University
A graduate of Middle East Technical University in Ankara, Turkey, Aliye Çelik received Master of Fine Arts in Architecture degree as the first woman architect from Princeton University in 1970. She earned a doctoral degree from Istanbul Technical University in 1976.
Aliye Çelik had a long and successful career at the United Nations. She was the Chief of Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) at the United Nations when she retired in 2005. She has been still active in her architectural career. Dr. Çelik established “the Consortium for Sustainable Urbanization” with her colleagues.
With more than 50 years of experience, Dr. Çelik has become an advocate for educating and promoting women leaders in their fields, particularly in architecture.
This interview is based on the academic research project “Hacking the Politics of Gender in Architecture: Aliye Pekin Celik from ‘Old Boys School’ to the United Nations” by Dr. Meral Ekincioğlu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) History, Theory and Criticism of Architecture Program.
Turkish Film Festival will be held in Landmark E Street Cinema, on April 11-14 2016
The first Washington Dc Turkish Film Festival will be held in Landmark E Street Cinema, on April 11-14 2016. We have selected a wide variety of movies reflect the richness of the contemporary Turkish cinema that celebrated centennial anniversary in 2015. From internationally acclaimed “Ivy” and “Sivas” to popular comedies we hope that the festival will attract both fans of Turkish movies and first timers in Washington DC.