Author(s): Dilek TÜRKMENO?LU, Ça?atay B?RSEL, Bü?ra KAMACIO?LU
Today we are inclined to evaluate our traditional arts and contemporary artistic tendencies within the framework of different cultural tendencies rather than as structures continuing on a historical line. Today, however, the necessity of questioning the reality of this form of evaluation and establishing a connection is becoming increasingly important. For this purpose, miniatures of Surname-i Vehbi Manuscripts are used as a written and visual document conveying daily information about the people, places and events in the dramatic structure created by Levi and the social life of the 18th century. The elimination of the distance we have to our cultural heritage within the framework of the study of cultural forms with new forms of art is aimed at bringing younger generations together with our own cultural heritage. The integrative function gained by continuing their social structure is important when the festival events are considered as the role of the first Turkish communities as Ottomans. For this reason, in addition to being considered as a work of art, miniatures of Surname-i Vehbi Manuscripts are considered as a document to which social and cultural documents are transferred. In the animations, the artistic stylistic features of the manuscript miniatures are preserved, and the events of the festival are transmitted in a chronological order. In this sense, Surname-i Vehbi manuscript is used to contribute to the cultivation of creative individuals who recognize their historical, social and cultural values and can adapt to these values with new technologies and innovations of the times.