The program includes innovative examples and quality interpretations of many disciplines such as performing arts, classical, contemporary and electronic music, film, performance art and digital arts.

Driven by our belief in the transformative power of art and education, we are delighted to support the 6th Mardin Biennial, which will take place from May 10 to June 10, 2024.Through the personal initiative of our Founding Chairman, Emin Hitay, and institutional support of our foundation, we aim to contribute to the sixth edition of @mardinbiennial and support the cultural and artistic development of the region.This long-term collaboration aims to increase the sustainability of the Mardin Biennial and its impact on the region.We also aim to increase the impact and reach of the Mardin Biennial by enabling art to meet different disciplines and reach wider audiences through various events organized within the scope of the biennial.The biennial, directed by Döne Otyam and Hakan Irmak, and curated by Ali Akay, asks questions about how we can go beyond all the artistic, political and sociological problems we are experiencing today under the title “Further Away”.

Hitay Foundation provides workshop and production support on certain scales to artists in need in the field of art and culture, and contributes to the sustainability of the artist's production.

Launched in 2013, the project continues to be realized within the scope of the cooperation between Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University and Hitay Foundation. The project involves the selection and sending of students whose graduation projects are deemed successful by the jury formed at the Faculty of Fine Arts to the Art Basel Art Fair or the Venice Biennale within the Hitay Foundation. The project is supported by the Hitay Foundation as of 2023.

In 2022 and 2024 Hitay Foundation has given sponsorhip support to the Opus Amadeus International Chamber Music Festival.