Alanya revives its forgotten cultural heritage – culture & art

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Every year about 3,000 housewives are trained by master trainers in the courses organized free of charge in the art workshops of the municipality of ALANYA. The courses are followed with great interest by the citizens.

CHAIRMAN YUCEL; “WE WANT TO SHARE IT TO FUTURE GENERATIONS”

Stressing that they want to transmit Turkish handicrafts and local arts to future generations by keeping them alive, Alanya Mayor Adem Murat Yücel said of the courses: “To contribute to the socio-economic and cultural development of our women and to our Crafts, keeping alive our forgotten cultural heritage, Directorate of Culture and Social Affairs Every year we organize courses in craft workshops in our East, West and Central districts. Annually, we educate about 3,000 trainees from master trainers in our courses, which are conducted in 40 different specialties, mainly for women, including vocational training, hobby, embroidery, sewing, clothing, cocoon flower making, traditional hand embroidery, decorative items, porcelain and jewelry. Thanks to the handicrafts taught in our courses, we both see the reflections of our ancient social life and preserve this intangible cultural heritage from generation to generation.”

CHAIRMAN YUCEL; “WE DISTRIBUTE OUR COURSES TO ALL OUR SERVICE AREAS FROM DEMİRTAŞ TO OKURCALAR”

Explaining that they have opened traditional handicraft courses in all workshops from Demirtaş district in the east to Okurcalar district in the west, Alanya Municipality Mayor Adem Murat Yücel said: “We have extended our courses to our entire supply area from Demirtaş to Okurcalar , so more of our citizens can benefit from it. We brought our housewives together with crafts by offering courses in 40 different branches in our workshops in Hanımeller Workshop, Fahri Gürses Study and Support Education Course Center, Mahmutlar, Kestel, Çubuklı, Cikcilli, Avsallar, Okurcalar, Oba neighborhoods and Konaklı opened; We trained them and encouraged them to start their own businesses.”

PRESIDENT YÜCEL, “WE DELIVER CERTIFICATE APPROVED BY THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION”

President Yücel said that the trainees who completed the course received certificates approved by the Ministry of National Education: “The handicrafts of our housewives who take part in the master trainer courses will be presented to our citizens at the end of the exhibition. After the event, where traditional Turkish handicrafts, which reflect the cultural identity of our city and are on the verge of disappearing, will be exhibited, we award a certificate recognized by the Ministry of National Education to our trainees who complete the course. Our trainees, who complete the courses we organize together with the State Training Center, can use this certificate to start their own company or open a workshop.

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