The heroism of the 1000’s who took to the streets, some at the price of their lives, in order to forestall the coup tried by the Gülenist Terror Group (FETÖ) on July 15, 2016, has been depicted in numerous works of embroidery in southeastern Turkey’s Diyarbakır.
About 40 certified instructors, largely girls, at Diyarbakır’s Advanced Technical School for Girls, have striven to immortalize the wrestle of Turkish residents to guard their sovereignty and defeat the coup try as a part of a project overlaying a painstaking 15 days of labor utilizing embroidery and felt-painting methods traditional to the close by province of Kahramanmaraş, encompassing coppery and leather-making methods as a part of 5 completely different workshops. The items have been accomplished as a part of a complementary sequence of works replete with designs of the 15 July Martyrs Bridge, the Blue Mosque and the Turkish flag, in addition to depictions of these combating in the streets, flag in hand.
Works produced by the group will probably be exhibited in each Ankara and the southeastern province of Diyarbakır.
The college’s director, Ayşe Adıgüzel, advised Anadolu Agency (AA) that the project was first hatched by the General Directorate of Lifelong Learning, who requested these making the most of its numerous research teams to brainstorm concepts to have a good time “a way of nationwide unity and solidarity.”
Stating that their efforts had imbibed the spirit of unity of July 15, Adıgüzel mentioned all those that took half felt a way of satisfaction with what that they had produced.
Adıgüzel added: “I hope we are going to by no means once more see nights darkened by coups makes an attempt. When I have a look at these works, I see the transition from darkness to gentle. Our ethical values, our flag, our religion and the bridge of our hearts have been embroidered collectively. We labored on every bit as a joint work – one to be displayed in Ankara and the opposite in Diyarbakır. We could not maintain again our pleasure about having works displayed in Diyarbakır.”