Evilya Celebi - Book of travel's is the world's first real virtual exhibition, and it happened above a public library in East London. Find out how and why we did it.
An outing to Ridley Road Market to find some cloth for the draping, we stumbled upon this magnificent habadashery
Who would be the Ottoman “Renaissance man”, the Ottoman Leonardo da Vinci?
Local Historian Malcolm tells how Samuel Pepys' diaries were once held on the spot where Bethnal Green Library stands today.
Suki is a rising star in the art world and her films, photography, and installations have received multiple acclamations.
Our heads were spinning as we were captivated by the beautiful architecture of Topkapi.
Reading from the Quran in Topkapi Palace.
The tour around Topkapi Palace continues with some interesting facts about how the Sultan kept his court in check.
Caroline Finkel introduces Topkapi Palace, as she takes us on a tour through Evliya's eyes.
The intrepid team arrive in Istanbul and prepare to meet superstar Ottoman historian, Caroline Finkel.
Martin Rose, Director of the British Council’s Our Shared Europe Project, tells us more about the project.
The lovely folks from Bethnal Green library reflect on the relevance of the exhibition for Tower Hamlets.
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