The Istanbul Cervantes Institute, in collaboration with the Mexican Embassy, is ready to host a charming occasion titled “Mexican Creation Myths” on Might 25.
The spotlight of the occasion will likely be acclaimed writer Öze Yavuz, whose eponymous e book will take middle stage, providing a profound exploration of Mesoamerican mythology and its affect on her creative journey.
Öze Yavuz, who spent an prolonged interval in Mexico, discovered herself deeply fascinated by the wealthy tapestry of Mesoamerican mythology. Her experiences and encounters with historic cultures led to the creation of her outstanding work, “Mexican Creation Myths,” which not solely delves into the origins and improvement of those charming narratives however can be accompanied by her personal mesmerizing illustrations.
The presence of the esteemed Mexican Ambassador Jose Luis Martinez will grace the occasion. Collectively, Yavuz and Ambassador Martinez will breathe life into vivid depictions impressed by the traditional myths of Mexican civilizations.
Attendees can anticipate a charming exploration of the universe’s inception, the beginning of the world, the emergence of majestic mountains, sprawling valleys, meandering rivers, awe-inspiring creatures, formidable monsters, and the emergence of humanity itself.
The dialog will likely be carried out in Spanish, with simultaneous Turkish translation offered.
A drawing by Öze Yavuz, author of “Mexican Creation Myths.” (Photograph courtesy of Öze Yavuz)
Following the enthralling occasion, attendees may have the unique alternative to go to the Istanbul Cervantes Institute and discover Öze Yavuz’s extraordinary graphic works.
These masterpieces, which draw inspiration from Mexico’s wealthy cultural heritage, will likely be on show on the Institute till June 8.
Guided by the artist herself, guests will likely be launched to a world the place artwork and mythology intertwine, providing a singular perspective on the enduring energy of historic narratives.
The ties between Mexican and Turkish tradition strengthened particularly in the course of the Feb. 6 quake that occurred in southeastern Türkiye, after Mexico quickly dispatched search and rescue groups to the quake zone.
Particularly the rescue canine “Proteo” turned a logo of friendship between these cultures after the 9-year-old specifically educated K9 died after being severely injured within the line of obligation in Adıyaman.
Many municipalities and establishments honorarily named parks and animal facilities beneath his title.
Proteo is the Spanish phrase for Proteus a prophetic sea god in Greek mythology who had the flexibility to vary his form at will. He was recognized for his knowledge and information and was usually wanted by mortals looking for steering and recommendation.