Art and Culture

Mağusa Kale Lions Club support environment protection art exhibition

Mağusa Kale Lions Club….

The ’Marks of Anthropocene’ exhibition at St Peter Ve St Paul Kilisesi – Buğday Camii prepared by young environmental scientists, artists and environmentally sensitive individuals called on the TRNC people to question their sensitivity towards the environment.

Our club along with Gazimağusa Belediyesi helped sponsor their exhibition with Gülsen Ünveren, one of the organisers of the exhibition, a student at UCL University of London, Department of Environmental Sciences,

Fatma Dalokay and Semra Ünveren said that the exhibition is a step taken by the sensitive TRNC youth and that they believe that the public will contribute to environmental awareness. Underlining that the current climate crisis should see the necessary political and social interest urgently needed in the TRNC as in the other countries of the world and that time is limited.

Artists include Ibrahim Latif Ince, Semra Unveren, Yasmin Soydan, Darem Kadirogullari, Dilayla Appir, Goksu Ors, Selin Berkay, Suheyla Nuri, Doga Ozbilgehan, Rana Hoca, Akile Butcher, Rana Hoca, Akile Butcher, Hasan Lost, Denis Dinand and Mert Besim.