News Center -TDO- Hosted by Gulbanu Syrgabayeva, President of the Ambassador's wives embroidery club and spouse of Kazakhstan's Ambassador to Turkey, an exhibition of embroidery paintings prepared by the spouses of the ambassadors of Kuwait, Kazakhstan, Palestine, Morocco, Djibouti, Vietnam, Congo, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine and South Sudan was opened in Atakule.
Gulbanu Syrgabayeva, the spouse of Kazakhstan's Ambassador to Ankara Abzal Saparbekuly, said at the opening that the Embroidery Club was created at the initiative of Ambassador spouses in 2017 and 27 ambassador spouses from different countries were members of the club. Gulbanu Syrgabayeva, who stated that all the works consist of manual labor and eye light works made using silk ribbons and various materials, said that the exhibition included 75 completed works by the spouses of ambassadors from 10 countries.
Gulbanu Syrgabayeva continued her speech as follows: "one of the importance of this club is that it has learned this art in Turkey and enriched this art with the values of its own countries. All ambassador spouses who have learned this art will talk about their achievements in Turkey with pride and praise wherever they go.”
Rumeysa Dogan, Süreyya Altınok, spouse of the mayor of Keçiören, Berna Erbilgin Gundogdu, deputy chairman of the ERG Board of Directors, Bagdat Amreyev, Secretary General of the Turkish Keneshi, and members of the embassy attended the exhibition.
The exhibition also included a unique processed map of Ukraine made by the Embassy of Ukraine and a processed QR code exhibition created as part of the international GLOW ART project.
By reading QR codes with your phone, you will have access to Ukrainian songs, folk dances and inventions that are important in history. Moreover, you will be able to make a virtual trip to Ukraine.
The exhibition will be open to visitors from 10-12 June, from 11:00 to 18:00.