Site of Memory
Hrant Dink Site of Memory will be open for visits on 18th of May
Sites of memory presentation and dialogue meeting was organized with the university students
Curating Memory Panel was organized at the Havak Hall on October 28th
The former Agos office where Hrant Dink’s office is located will be turned into a site of memory and conscience. With a special focus on Hrant Dink, the site will be a place where Armenians’ culture and history, minority rights in Turkey, the story of Agos Newspaper will be presented from various angles. Contributing to social dialogue, mutual understanding and promoting dealing with the past are among the aspirations of the site of memory. The site of memory will also function as a site of dialogue and a site of learning with the implementation of innovative and creative education and audience programs.
Hrant Dink Foundation became a member of European Observatory on Memories (EUROM) that is a transnational network of institutions and organizations committed with the analysis and promotion of remembrance public policies.
Hrant Dink Site of Memory which hosted the 'Memory of Objects' workshop on May 17th Wednesday, was opened for visitation on May18th, on the occasion of International Museums Day.
Hrant Dink Site of Memory will be open for visits between 10:00-20:00 hours, on 18th of May, within the scope of International Museum Day. We will be there to meet with the visitors and share memories.
The talk will take place on the 11th of May and will start at 16:00 pm. The panel will be moderated by Astghik Igityan and the talk will be held in English and there will be simultaneous translation to Armenian.
Within the scope of the preparation process of site of memory, a special importance was given to run an inclusive process and to share the knowledge and experience that we gained during this process by making presentations.
'Curating Memory: Dealing With the Past Through Museums in Europe and South Africa' took place on October 28, 2016 in the Havak Hall at the Hrant Dink Foundation. The panel had four international guests.
The message in the bottle was discovered in 2003, in former Sachsenhausen Nazi Camp that operated between the years 1936-1945 and which is located in Oranienburg region, 35 km north of Berlin.