Long Thursday at SALT art spaces in Istanbul, Ankara

Oct. 29 marks this monthand’s and”Long Thursdayand” at SALT art spaces in Istanbul and Ankara.
All three institutions — SALT Beyoilu and SALT Galata in Istanbul and SALT Ulus in Ankara — remain open until 10 p.m. on the last Thursday of each month as part of the series, which offers evening tours of SALTand’s ongoing exhibitions, discounts at the Robinson Crusoe 389 bookstore as well as free-admission showings at Walk-in Cinema in SALT Beyoilu.
and”Hakkandacircriand’de Bir Mevsimand” (A Season in Hakkandacircri), Turkish director Erden Kiraland’s 1983 Berlin Film Festival Silver Bear-winning drama, is the highlight of this monthand’s Long Thursday at SALT Beyoilu. The film follows a Turkish teacher who is transferred for political reasons to a Kurdish village near the Iranian border. It will be shown in its original Turkish with subtitles in English in a free-admission screening scheduled for 7 p.m. at Walk-in Cinema.
Art lovers can also see the ongoing exhibitions and”How Did We Get Hereand” at SALT Beyoilu and SALT Galata and and”A Century of Centuriesand” at SALT Ulus. A screening of artist Dilek Winchesterand’s video art series and”Alphabetsand” is scheduled for 7 p.m. at SALT Ulus.
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