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3 Diyalog için Halk BilimiFolklore as a Mean of Dialogue This project is financed by the European Union under the “Civil Society Dialogue II – Culture and Arts Grant Scheme ” implemented. Duration: 18 months Budget: 155,599.50 euro Grant: 140,039.55 euro

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5 Diyalog için Halk BilimiFolklore as a Mean of Dialogue to promote sustainable dialog, networking and cooperation on folklore between Turkish and Bulgarian civil societies including grassroots organizations and the young people by eliminating the existing constraints. raising awareness, increasing mutual understanding, developing dialogue and to maintain communication through the establishment of a social and technological network by conducting activities related to folklore in cooperation the METU-AA, METU, Ankara Club Association and university clubs, grassroots organizations, the OSC and other related associations.

6 Diyalog için Halk BilimiFolklore as a Mean of Dialogue Experts related to Balkan folklore University students related to folklore Musicians related to Balkan music Urban villages sharing the same cultural values

7 Diyalog için Halk BilimiFolklore as a Mean of Dialogue 18 June 2011, ANKARA Opening Meeting 23-27 October 2011, ANKARA Conference “The Folk Culture in The Balkans and Turkey” “The Balkans in My Chest” The Traditional Hand Crafts in the Balkan Folk Culture Exhibition Workshops on Turkish and Bulgarian Folk Dances, Songs and Instruments Show “Neighbouring Dances and Tunes” (METU Turkish Folklore Club & The Student Folk Dance Ensemble of the University of Ruse Angel Kanchev) Field Visit to Fevziye Village 22-24 April 2012, RUSE Field Visit of Ivanovo Village Conference “The Folk Culture in The Balkans and Turkey” Show “Neighbouring Dances and Tunes” (METU Turkish Folklore Club & The Student Folk Dance Ensemble of the University of Ruse Angel Kanchev) Web Portal : www.folkloricdialogue.metu.edu.tr

8 Diyalog için Halk BilimiFolklore as a Mean of Dialogue Opening Speechs Press Conference Project Overview Presentation Photo Exhibition METU TFK Kırklareli Folk Dance Group Bulgarian Night

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10 Diyalog için Halk BilimiFolklore as a Mean of Dialogue Traditional Fevziye Village Festival Meal and Bosnian Pie Pita Service Folk Dance Show (METU Turkish Folklore Club) Bulgarian Folk Dance Show (Student Folk Dance Ensemble – Ruse Angel Kanchev University) Seymen Folk Dance Show ( Central Anatolia’s Zeibeks – Ankara Club Association) Turkish Folk Music Performance (Ministry of Culture and Tourism – Republic of Turkey)

11 Diyalog için Halk BilimiFolklore as a Mean of Dialogue Prof. Dr. İlhan Başgöz, “The Romance Tradition in Greece and in Turkey” Prof. Dr. M. Muhtar KUTLU, “Khidr –The Lord of Hope and Hıdrellez Celebration” Assoc. Prof. Nikolay NENOV, PhD, “The Cult of Saint George – Folk Paradigms, Symbol of Civilization, Urban Holiday” Assoc. Prof. Aysen SOYSALDI, “Handicrafts in The Balkans and Apparel” Abdurrahim KARADEMİR, Şahin ÜNAL, “ Folk Dances and Traditonal Apparel in The Balkans” Desislava Ivanova Dimitrova, “Beads in the Traditional Bulgarian Culture: Function and Semantics” Dr. Emir Cenk AYDIN, “ The Ethnography Museum of Ege University” Solmaz KARABAŞA, “Hıdrellez Games from Turkey” Muammer KETENCOĞLU, “ An Overview of Traditional Bulgarian Music and its Relation with Turkish Music”

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13 Diyalog için Halk BilimiFolklore as a Mean of Dialogue Ege University Ethnographical Museum: 41 pieces (mix from all Balkans) The House of Fidan Family Collection: 40 pieces (Bulgaria) The House of Mutlu Family Collection: 22 pieces (Bulgaria) The House of Değirmendereli Family Collection: 14 pieces (Macedonia) METU TFK Collection: 4 pieces (mix)

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15 Diyalog için Halk BilimiFolklore as a Mean of Dialogue Brief theory on Anatolian Music Listening to music samples Practicing the selected tunes from both parties Brief theory on dance and folk dances Watching folk dance samples Practicing the selected dances together

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17 Diyalog için Halk BilimiFolklore as a Mean of Dialogue METU TFK Folk Music Group Ruse Angel Kanchev University Folk Dance Group METU TFK Hakkari Folk Dance Group Folk Music Workshop’s presentation METU TFK Kirklareli Folk Dance Group Folk Dance Workshop’s presentation

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19 Diyalog için Halk BilimiFolklore as a Mean of Dialogue The ritual of “Camal” that is a masked tradition of Koşov Village in the municipality of Ivanovo is held. The chorus of women villagers presented folk music. Young girls presented folkloric dances and children presented folk music. METU – TFC Denizli Region presented folk dances. The regional foods of the region of Ivanovo are offered to the wide audience and the guests. The mayor of Ivanovo has done the opening of the event and has made conversations with the project representatives and contributor representatives coming from Turkey.

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21 Diyalog için Halk BilimiFolklore as a Mean of Dialogue The lieutenant governor of Ruse and the Vice Chancellor of Angel Kanchev University have also made speeches. 4 papers from Turkey and 3 papers from Bulgaria participated to the conference: Assoc. Prof. Nikolay NENOV, PhD, “Living Human Treasures in Region Ruse, Present and Future”, Director of Ruse Regional Museum, Desislava Tiholova, “Harvest Songs - The Living Memory. Based on Materials from Northeast Bulgaria”, Curator, Ruse Regional Museum, Prof. Mila Santova, D. Sci. “Intangible Heritage (UNESCO) in the Balkans”, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Assoc. Prof. Natalia Rashkova, “Traditional Musical Culture of Migrants in the Balkans”, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Prof. Dr. İlhan Başgöz, “Nowruz Celebrations in Turkey, Bulgaria and all over the world”, Professor Emeritus, Indiana University, Prof. Dr. Tayfun Atay, “Syncretic Motifs of Folk Religion from Anatolia to Balkans”, Ankara University, Faculty of Languages, History and Geography, Department of Ethnology METU Turkish Folklore Club, “The Similarities Between Hıdrellez and St. Georges’s Day Celebrations” The project group and the representatives of the contributors visited the University with the invitation of the Rectorship of Angel Kanchev University. A concensus about the continuousness of the dialogue between students within the framework of the project is established.

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23 Diyalog için Halk BilimiFolklore as a Mean of Dialogue The group of Folkloric Dances of Angel Kanchev University presented the songs and dances of Bulgaria and Balkans. The music group of METU Turkish Folkloric Society performed the folkloric dances of the region of “Karedeniz” and “Denizli” with examples from folk songs of Anatolia and Balkans.

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25 Diyalog için Halk BilimiFolklore as a Mean of Dialogue Project Meetings Visibility Activities

26 Diyalog için Halk BilimiFolklore as a Mean of Dialogue APRIL 2011 – SEPTEMBER 2012, ANKARA Gathering participants’ opinions on the project activities Preparation and distribution of the publications (book, brochures, CD, DVD, etc.) SEPTEMBER 2012, ANKARA Closure Meeting Concert

27 Diyalog için Halk BilimiFolklore as a Mean of Dialogue The project will provide various benefits for the target groups and beneficiaries as indicated by the 5 following results: 1- Sustainable dialog on folkloric values will be established between Turkish and Bulgarian civil societies including young people and grassroots organizations and this will further increase mutual understanding and foster new cooperations. 2- THBT students and Ruse University students will have the chance for networking, awareness rising and gaining skills. This will pave the way for future communication, cooperation and joint actions. 3- Grassroots organizations in Turkey and Bulgaria will establish links with each other and with University and youth networks. 4- New contacts will be established among experts, academics and musicians, which will form a basis for them to take joint actions in future. 5- Awareness of the wide ranging target group (including grassroots) on folklore will be raised and this will, in turn, increase mutual understanding.

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