Category Archives: Text
This morning we all had to say goodbye to Roderick. One of the Dads going on a business trip. Even though we could keep him longer than he intended to stay, we were sad to see him leave. A few hours later, … Continue reading
[hat] noun – a shaped covering for the head worn for warmth, as a fashion item, or as a part of a uniform. – used to refer to a particular role or occupation of someone who has more than … Continue reading
More than words When strolling around in the town of Ayvalik I came across a little bookshop. The owner of the shop raised the volume of his stereo when I walked by and the tunes of Cat Stevens invited me … Continue reading
As the weather is treating us well it’s not a bad idea at all to set up your studio on the beach. Photo by Harry Heyink
Today while having a group conversation the mayor of Ayvalik, mister Hasan Bülent Türközen came by for a visit, accompanied by mister Ali Akdamar, Cultural Attaché of the City of Ayvalik. They had a talk with Harry Heyink, the director of EEA12 … Continue reading
Apparently one of us is (or at least will be) famous In Ayvalık anything could happen. Some of us were just taking a slow afternoon stroll, walking the streets checking some small book shops, watching the buildings, having coffee and … Continue reading
Eleven videos that never happened. There is a difference between going pro and being pro. That is to switch on the video mode when making films. Eleven underwater documentaries by Meri Linna.
Meri and I watched as the dog tormented the goat in a playful fashion.
The first time I came across with the remaining of this architectural construction I became amazed by its beauty. Three walls are all that have survived from it. By looking at what has remained we can imagine the concreteness and … Continue reading
In Greek mythology, Chairon or Kharon is the ferryman of Hades who carries souls of the newly deceased across the rivers Styx and Acheron that divided the world of the living from the world of the dead. A coin to … Continue reading
On this picture you see another location participants can use to work during the course of the programme; the ruin of an old Greek-Orthodox church. Photo by Harry Heyink