Posts Tagged ‘Art’

Icons of Sound: Hagia Sophia

Posted on January 18th, 2013 by Med Studies Staff

Prof. Bissera Pentcheva (Department of Art & Art History) and Stanford researchers from CCRMA are conducting a research project that employs visual, textual, and musicological research, video, balloon pops, the building of architectural and acoustic models, auralizations, and the recording of Byzantine chant in exploring the interior of Hagia Sophia, the Great Church of Constantinople¬†built […]

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Turkish Film Poster Exhibit: Golden Age of Turkish Cinema

Posted on September 7th, 2011 by Med Studies Staff

October 3-14, 2011, Cecil H. Green Library, South Portal Lobby (557 Escondido Mall, Stanford) FREE¬† and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC The exhibition will feature rare, yet highly sought-after, hand-drawn film posters that date back to the early 1950s offering the best examples of the Turkish film industry’s golden years. Focusing on foreign adaptations and imitations, […]

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