Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts opened with a grand ceremony

Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts featuring important works of painters from 14 Turkic states and located in the Museums Area on campus of the Near East University opened with a magnificient ceremony. According to the press information provided by the Near East University Press and Public Relations Directorate, the opening ceremony was attended by the Prime Minister Tufan Erhürman, the Vice President of the National Assembly, Mr. Zorlu Töre, the Founding Rector of the Near East University Dr. Suat İ. Günsel, Minister of National Education and Culture Cemal Özyiğit, Minister of Tourism and Environment Fikri Atağolu, Near East University Board of Trustees President Assoc. Prof. Dr. İrfan S. Günsel, TURKSOY officials, deputies, rectors and vice-rectors, deans, artists from the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and Turkic Republics, and invited guests. The Ceremony began with reading of the National Anthem and one minute silence in memory of the fallen, and then Prime Minister Tufan Erhürman, Tourism and Environment Minister Fikri Ataoğlu, Near East University Rector. Dr. Ümit Hassan, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Near East University Assoc. Prof. Dr. İrfan S. Günsel, Askar Turganbayev on behalf of TURKSOY, State Artist Rafael Kadyrov from the Republic of Bashkortostan, State Artist Cuma Aman Durdi on behalf of the Painters of the Republic of Turkmenistan, State Artist Mohammed Fazilov delivered speeches. Dr. Hüseyin Kasinov, Secretary General of TURKSOY presented a plaque to Dr. Suat İ. Günsel at the ceremony. Professor Dr. Ümit Hassan: The Museum will be the synthesis of the development of our existence” Rector of Near East University, Prof. Dr. Ümit Hassan, who delivered the first speech at the ceremony, said that the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts reflects the leadership of entrepreneurship, insights in making investments, aesthetic and technical formation abilities of Dr. Suat İ. Günsel. Rector Prof. Dr. Hassan also said that the museum will provide a reflection of the history of Cyprus’s cultural heritage, adding that “pre-classification of the accumulation of works of art, reflecting the final classification of the entire existence of the museum belongs to Suat Günsel”. In his speech he referred to TURKSOY, the joint administration of Turkic culture and arts. Dr. Hassan said ” We continue to form important integrals in music, painting, sculpture and architecture. With this museum, the naive styles of the Turkic painters have reached to a new synthesis by searching for the possibilities of new beauties”. Dr. Hassan also emphasized the importance of unity between TURKSOY and us. Prof. Dr. Hassan said “The Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts will have a multi-dimensional functionality. This museum will both be the centre of development of our self-existence and the synthesis of what we will receive from the international platform and what we will give to it. The Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts will reintroduce our aestheticized world. While it will be the artistic reflection of the cultural existence of Cyprus, which will be represented in painting, sculpture and ethnographic assets, it will also contribute to the unity of the 14 Turkic Republics and will lead to the formation of modern arts with a new perspective. The Cypriot painting works will be exhibited and enriched. It will be able to prepare an important basis for the interrelations between the different schools and their interrelations. It will provide new opportunities for education.” Rafael Kayrov: The Museum will be the Basis of the Development of Civilization State Artist Rafael Kayrov, speaking on behalf of the Republic of Bashkortostan, emphasized the preservation of cultural heritage and stated that the newly opened museum would be the foundation of the further development of civilization. Kavrov stating that the museums are the most universal communication language of the nations as well as a unique way of modern communication, said that the number of museums is increasing gradually. Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts is a product of creativity, Kayrov said, and added; “The museum is a reflection of righfullness of Dr. Suat Günsel who claims that the museum values can pass through from one hand to another. Kayrov also stated that he has every confidence that Suat Günsel having a respectful attitude towards fine arts and their creators, will turn his land into an art space.

Near East University’s Scientists have reached results that Plants Indigenous to Cyprus can be used in Medicine and Pharmaceutical Industry

Near East University Experimental Health Sciences Research Center (DESAM) and the Faculty of Pharmacy have conducted a significant research on the plants indigenous to Cyprus. The scientists have reached results that thymus capitatus (thyme), raw prunus amygdalus dulcis (almond) and corchorus olitorius (mulukhiyah) can be used for the treatment of the gastrointestinal diseases and cancer as well as in pharmacy. Near East University Directorate of Press and Public Relations Office released that three scientific projects regarding the pharmaceutical assessments of the plants indigenous to Cyprus had been conducted with the support of Near East University Scientific Research Projects Coordination Unit. Studies present significant findings that essential oils extracted from aforementioned plants are effective in the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases and cancer. The studies present findings that the essential oil extracted from thyme (thymus capitatus) kills the bacteria that cause gastrointestinal diseases, the essential oil extracted from raw almond (prunus amygdalus dulcis) is effective in preventing colon cancer and metastasis. It was also observed that the plant of mulukhiyah (corchorus olitorius L.) was found to be effective on the colon cancer cells. Thyme has a lethal effect on Helicobacter Pylori Bacterium which causes gastrointestinal diseases… The studies that conduced to investigate the pharmaceutical use of the essential oil extracted from thyme (Thymus capitatus); a plant species that is common in Cyprus, present findings obtained through in vitro analysis realized in DESAM (Experimental Health Sciences Research Center) laboratories. The results of the in vitro analysis clearly show that thyme oil has a lethal effect on Helicobacter pylori which can cause Gastritis, Duodenal ulcers, stomach cancer and gastric lymphoma. Raw Almond and Mulukhiyah are effective to Prevent the Cancer Cells… The results of the analysis and evaluations that carried out within the scope of the project titled “Pharmaceutical Evaluation of the Raw Almonds native to Northern Cyprus” were published in the international Pharmaceutical Biology journal. The results of in vitro experiments on the essential oil extracted from the non-roasted almonds native to Yedidalga village show that raw almond oil has potential to be effective in preventing colon cancer and metastasis. Another study conducted in collaboration with the Near East University Experimental Health Sciences Research Center (DESAM) and Manisa Celal Bayar University presents results that mulukhiyah; a plant species native to Cyprus, has potential to be effective in colon cancer cells. Grounding on the data obtained through analysis, it was stated that the plant extract of Corchorus olitorius L. (mulukhiyah), a plant species commonly grown and consumed in Cyprus, had an anti-cancer effect in primary and metastatic colon cancer which can spread to other organs. The results of the study show that mulukhiyah has anti-cancer effects and the plant extract can be used as a potential drug in the treatment of colon cancer in the coming years. Significant data regarding the conservation and economical use of plants indigenous to Cyprus have been obtained Studies conducted on endemic plants were discussed in the scientific community, presented in congress and symposia and published in international journals. Studies conducted on plant species native to Cyprus will be reported and submitted to the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Agriculture to be used as reference in the future studies. The studies also underline that the biodiversity, which has a significant potential in our country, is gradually decreasing. The studies draw attention not only to the importance of conserving and conveying the biodiversity to next generations but also to the necessity of maintaining and assessing the Cypriot flora in terms of using plant species in both agricultural and pharmaceutical industry.

Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts to open today

The Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, which is located opposite the NEU Car Museum on campus of Near East University and where the important works of painters from 14 Turkic States, will be opened with a ceremony today. According to a press info released by the Near East University Press and Public Relations Directorate, the opening ceremony of the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts will be held on September 27, 2018, Thursday, at 09.30 with participation of Prime Minister Tufan Erhürman, Minister of Education and Culture Cemal Özyiğit, Tourism and Environment Minister Fikri Atağolu, TÜRKSOY Secretary General, deputies, state officials, artists and invited guests from the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and the Turkic states. The museum will open its doors to art lovers 6 days a week… The Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, which was brought in the Turkish Cypriot community, will be open to visitors between 10.00 – 16.00 hours, six days a week, except Monday. The citizens of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, who will visit the museum on Sundays, will receive a 50% discount. The 0-12 age group will not be charged an entrance fee to the museum. Selected Works of Artists from 14 Turkic States will be featured in the museum. The Cyprus Museum of Moderns Arts will have a rich collection of works of artists from 14 Turkic States. Works to be exhibited at the Museum reflecting different stages and a wide range of style and ecole of painters especially from the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Gagauzia, Tatarstan, Bashkortostan, Daghestan, Altai, Tuva Republic, and Halai Republic will take place in the museum. The Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, which has the mission of bringing together the cultural identity with the international art environment, establishing a modern space of art deserved by our artistic values and ensure institutionalization of artistic values by hosting a new and wide platform to represent art works, and giving a new impetus to the international common understanding on this issue. Assoc. Prof. Dr. İrfan S. Günsel: “A new window will be opened to the world of art” Near East University, President of the Board of Trustees Assoc.Prof. Prof. Dr. İrfan S. Günsel stated that they will continue to make investments that will play an important role in increasing the value of art and artist in order to ensure the sustainable integration of society with art. Assoc. Prof. Dr. İrfan S. Günsel also said that the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts will be one of the new stops of the art lovers. President of the Board of Trustees of NEU, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Günsel saying that in addition to the exhibitions to be held in the venue, seminars, art talks and workshops will be held on the subject of art, emphasized that the Cyprus Museum of Modern is a project that will connect our past and future in terms of thought and feeling, too. The museum, which will play an active role in introducing the Turkish Cypriot art to the country and to the world, will promote the works of our artists, provide them with opportunities to present their own works to the public and support the Turkish Cypriot arts while presenting the works of art of the artists of other countries to our artists and art lovers. Assoc. Prof. Dr. İrfan S. Günsel also emphasized that since the establishment of the Near East University, they adopted the mission and principle to integrate culture and art as well as integration of scientific studies and social benefit-oriented projects. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Günsel also said that the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, as part of the missions of the Near East Family, will build and guide the future, and will be one of the most important and meaningful indicators of its mission to protect its history, education, economy and health as well as its culture and art. In this context, NEU Car Museum, Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, Maritime Museum and the National History Museum will be gathered in the same area and serve to our people.

Near East University Master’s Programme on Political Sciences receives Accreditation by YÖDAK

The Master’s programme on Political Sciences, which is to be offered by NEU Institute of Social Sciences, received accreditation by the Higher Education Planning, Evaluation, Accreditation and Coordination Board (YÖDAK) of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and is to commence in the new academic year. According to the press release issued by the Directorate of Press and Public Relations of Near East University, Near East University has internalised a goal which prioritises scientific research and academic studies; and is determined to educate individuals who have specialised in their fields. With this purpose, the Near East University Institute of Social Sciences has completed all the necessary requirements for a master’s programme on political sciences and has received the accreditation of YÖDAK to commence the programme in this academic year. Prof. Dr. Musatafa Sağsan: “A Master’s Programme on Political Sciences has become a necessity!” Making a statement regarding the matter, Head of Institute of Social Sciences of Near East University Prof. Dr. Mustafa Sağsan stated that the initiation of a master’s programme on political sciences had become a necessity. Furthermore, he emphasised that education and scientific research were inseparable components of university life and that each component completed the other. This being the case, he stressed that in time, initiating a master’s programme on political sciences became a necessity. Prof. Dr. Şerife Eyüpoğlu: “Our Highly competent Academic staff inspired us during the process!” Dean of Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences Prof. Dr. Şerife Z. Eyüpoğlu also expressed her thoughts on the matter and stated that the undergraduate programme on political sciences was being run for more than ten years now; and that the presence of a variety of competent academic members in the field of political sciences inspired the initiation of the master’s programme on political sciences. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nur Köprülü: “We are determined to carry out scientific, theoretical and multi-dimensional research in the field of political sciences!” Head of Department of Political Sciences of Near East University, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nur Köprülü pointed out the basic principles regarding the master’s programme to be initiated on political sciences and expressed that they wanted to take the status of political sciences, both within the Near East University and in the country in general, a step forward. Furthermore, she said that by opening the master’s programme, they were determined to trigger scientific, theoretical and multi-dimensional research to be conducted in this field. In addition to the above, it was stated that the curriculum of the master’s programme on political sciences was formed by including the mainstream and critical basic theoretical debates in the field of political sciences. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nur Köprülü emphasised that they had a variety of highly competent academic staff who previously carried out studies and made publishes involving the concepts of political theories, comparative political, communal movements, Cyprus, Europe and the middle east, democracy and democratization theories, political negotiation, nationalism and ethnic conflicts.

Near East University Atatürk Faculty of Education is ready for the New Academic Year

Professor Hakkı Mirici, the Dean of the Near East University Atatürk Faculty of Education, stated that their faculty, which had undertaken it as a mission to be on the leading edge of quality education at international standards, was ready for the academic year of 2018-2019 not only with its dynamic and competent academic staff but also with a new vision to ensure all essential integrals required for raising well equipped individuals through quality education. Touching upon the significance of raising students that equipped not only with professional knowledge and skills but also with cultural, social, philosophical, literary, artistic and moral values, Professor Hakkı Mirici underlined that it was their overriding aim to train individuals and raise them as competent professionals who were aware of human values and capable to add value to the society they live in. Expressing the right pride of being the most rooted faculty of education of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus with its YÖK and YÖDAK approved programs, Professor Mirici stated that they would provide contemporary and quality education with internationally qualified faculty members. Graduates are provided with opportunity to have Additional Professional Certificate along with Their diplomas Highlighting the significance of their new vision in providing students with opportunity to receive more than one certificate including a diploma of their specialty and a professional certificate enabling them to be equipped not only as teachers but also in other fields concerning their specialties, Professor Mirici noted that they had widened the employment opportunities for their students by signing mutual agreements with various educational institutions. Touching upon the crucial role of collaboration and interaction in achieving the goals, Professor Mirici stated that they had designed certificate programs in collaboration with Near East University Lifelong Education Center (YABEM) to provide students with opportunity to receive not only a diploma from their faculty but also a certificate in a relevant field of science. He also underlined that “Meeting with the Dean” event, which was realized at least twice a year with the participation of students and faculty members, provided opportunity for students to assess their educational processes and plan their careers. In order to provide platform for sharing and exchanging information, we annually organize “International Conference on Interdisciplinary Educational Relations (ICIER)” at our faculty which has a scientific journal called “Near East University Online Journal of Education”. Along with other international accreditations, our faculty also offers programs within the accreditation process of EBDAD approved by YÖK. In order to accommodate the demands of our graduates in pursuit of their advanced academic and professional careers, our faculty offers master’s and doctoral degree programs that approved by the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) and the Higher Education Planning, Evaluation Accreditation and Coordination Council (YÖDAK). To this end, we are always in collaboration with the Graduate School of Educational Sciences to design a new myriad of high quality and goal-oriented graduate programs. Our faculty has many international institutional partnerships. We attach great importance on an inclusive environment in education as it facilitates communication, interaction and access to information. We adopt the principles regarding accessible administration, academic environment with spirit of sharing, productive education and happy faculty. We are determined to continue to be a model faculty, which embraces all educational and scientific innovations offered by our university” said he.

TURKSOY Deputy Secretary General Prof.Dr. Fırat Purtaş visits Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts

TURKSOY Deputy Secretary General Prof.Dr. Fırat Purtaş Visited the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts. 8 Opera Artists from 5 Countries which are members of TURKSOY, will give concert at the opening ceremony of the museum. International Turkic Culture Organization TURKSOY’s Deputy Secretary General Fırat Purtaş and Prof. Dr. Güler Fedai, TURKSOY’ Press and Information Manager, paid a visit to the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts. The Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, of which the opening ceremony will be held on Thursday, September 27th, was visited by the Deputy Secretary General of TURKSOY, the International Organization of Turkic Culture. Fırat Purtaş and TÜRKSOY’s Press and Information Manager Güler Fedai also paid a visit to the Founding Rector of Near East University, Dr. Suat İ.Günsel. NEU Vice Rector Prof.Dr. Fahreddin Sadıkoğlu was also present at the visit. According to the information given from the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, Prof.Dr. Fırat Purtaş and Güler Fedai also had the opportunity to watch the works of artists who participated in TURKSOY traditional painters’ event. They also made comments and suggestions on the activities to be carried out together with TURKSOY and the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts. Prof. Dr. Fırat Purtaş; “A Great and Significant Initiative for the Country” Prof. Dr. Fırat Purtaş said in his statement regarding the museum that it is his belief that the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, which consisted of great works that were gathered together within a short time, would be a wonderful work and that it would make a great contribution to the tourism potential of the TRNC. Purtaş also stated that he was fascinated by listening to the stories of works of art and that this was a very significant and meaningful enterprise for the benefit of the country and that Dr. Suat İ.Günsel had a very high vision in seeing the future. 8 opera artists from TURKSOY member 5 Countries will perform a concert at the reception to be held at Oasis Hotel of Kyrenia University. The Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts will be opened on 27 September. 8 opera artists from 5 TURKSOY member countries will perform a concert at the opening ceremony at Oasis Hotel of University of Kyrenia. The opera artists are Nazym SAGYNTAY (Soprano) and Yerlan JANDARBAY (Tenor) from Kazakhstan, Yuliya BABICH (Konsertmaister) and Aziza MAMATNAZAR KYZY (Soprano) from Kyrgyzstan, Aleonara MUSTAFAYEVA (Soprano) from Azerbaijan, Leyla GURTUYEVA from Kabardin Balkaria (RUSSIAN FEDERATION) and Tuğrul ENVER TÖRE (Baritone) from TRNC, and Sermin DİKMEN TÖRE (Soprano).

A Very Important Work of Şinasi Tekman, the First Turkish Cypriot Sculptor and Journalist-Author, was handed to Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts by his son, Journalist-Author Ali Tekman

One of the most important works of the first Turkish Cypriot sculptor, Şinasi Tekman, took its place in the Museum of Modern Art of Cyprus. The Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, which was founded at the Near East University and which will include important works of painters from 14 Turkic States, will be opened on 27 September with a ceremony. A very important work of Şinasi Tekman, known as the first sculptor of the Turkish Cypriot society, was donated to the museum by his son, journalist-author Ali Tekman, and presented to the founding Rector of Near East University, Suat İ.Günsel, on behalf of the museum. The wooden sculpture crafted by the first Turkish Cypriot sculptor, Şinasi Tekman, who died in 2005, known for his sculptures carved in wood, was donated as a gift to the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts. According to the press info released by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of Near East University, emotional moments have been experience at the time of donation of the wooden sculpture to the museum by Ali Tekman, the son of Şinasi Tekman. Ali Tekman; “This initiative of Near East University which will add value to the universal values of art is a praiseworthy.” Tekman said, “I am very excited about the project of the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts initiated by the Near East family, and I am sure that if my father was alive, he would be very enthusiastic and happy about the fact that his works would take place amongst the dearest artists in every field of the world through this museum. “The greatest artist is nature, and I only contribute to the material that she presents us on behalf of art and then I present it out for appreciation of humanity…” Tekman said “This initiative of the Near East University will add value to the universal values of art and is a praiseworthy attemtp. When the complex of the museum is completed, the scene will be very spectacular … My father used to say that “the greatest artist is nature and I only contribute to the material that she presents us on behalf of art and after reshaping it, I present it out for appreciation of humanity…” Ali Tekman expressed his gratitude to the Near East University, Founding Rector Dr. Suat İ. Günsel and to those who contributed to this great project for, and wished every success to the Near East Family. Dr.Suat İ. Günsel: “A new window is opening to the world of art” Dr. Suat İ.Günsel said that the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, which will be a new art stop for art lovers and will take an important role in increasing the values given to the artists, will contribute integration of community with art. Günsel said “Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts is a project that will connect both our past and future and our thoughts and feelings. The museum, which will play an active role in introducing the Turkish Cypriot art to the country and to the world, will provide the public and the artists with opportunities to promote the Turkish Cypriot arts and to present their own works of art. Dr. Suat Günsel said “In this respect, the NEU Car Museum, Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, Maritime Museum and National History Museum will all be gathered in the same area and serve to our people… The Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, which will be opened on September 27, 2018, will open its doors to art-lovers between 09.00-18.00, six days a week, except Monday. Who is Şinasi Tekman? Şinasi Tekman was born in 1933 in the village of Arçoz (Yiğitler) in Cyprus. The father of Tekman was Ali Mehmet Carcuni (Berber) and his mother Mrs. Şifa. He attended primary school in the village and conducted his middle and high school education in Nicosia as a boarder. Between 1950-1952, Tekman published his first literary work in the “Çığ-Avalanche” magazine published by the Turkish High School students and in 1952 he passed the Teachers College examination. In 1954, Tekman was appointed as a primary school teacher. In 1955, he was appointed to the Primary School of Paphos and in 1956 to Lefke Primary School. He studied crafts at King Alfred’s College in Winchester, England between 1956-58. After completing his education in the UK, he continued to teach at a secondary school in 1959, and until 1968 he worked as a teacher, deputy headmaster, and headmaster at Lefke Gazi High School. In 1959, he opened his first fully equipped ceramic workshop at the Lefke Technical High School which was the first in the Turkish schools. Between 1963 and 1967, he also served as a Mujahideen while teaching for the Lefke Gazi High School. In 1968, he was appointed to the British College which was then named Turkish Maarif (Education) College. From 1958 onwards, he used the olive trees, wooden materials dragged through the rivers, sea waste wood fragments, wastes of wood from forest fires, and burnt tree stumps to craft his works. Tekman was also known for his poetry. His poems and stories were published in magazines such as “Çardak-Pergola” and “Çevre-Environment”. Şinasi Tekman, who opened many mixed and personal exhibitions throughout his life, passed away in 2005.

Near East University Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts to open on September 27

The Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts founded in the area of NEU Car Museum and will include important works of painters from 14 Turkic states will be opened with a ceremony on 27 September 2018. According to a press info released by the Near East University Press and Public Relations Directorate, the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts which was also officially approved by the Department of Antiquities and Museums will be opened on September 27, 2018, Thursday, at 09.30. The Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, which was brought to the Turkish Cypriot community by the Near East University with the mission of bringing a different dimension to the cultural and art life of the country, adding value to the art and giving continuity to the interest in the arts, is located in the NEU Car Museum area on the campus of Near East University. The museum will open its doors to art lovers between 09.00-18.00 hours six days a week except Monday. Selected Works of Artists from 14 Turkic States will be Featured in the Museum. The Cyprus Museum of Moderns Arts will have a rich collection of works of artists from 14 Turkic States. Works to be exhibited at the Museum reflecting different stages and a wide range of style and ecole of painters especially from the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Gagauzia, Tatarstan, Bashkortostan, Daghestan, Altai, Tuva Republic, and Halai Republic will take place in the museum. The Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, which has the mission of bringing together the cultural identity with the international art environment, establishing a modern space of art deserved by our artistic values and ensure institutionalization of artistic values by hosting a new and wide platform to represent art works, and giving a new impetus to the international common understanding on this issue. Assoc. Prof. Dr. İrfan S. Günsel: “A new window will be opened to the world of art” Near East University, President of the Board of Trustees Assoc.Prof. Prof. Dr. İrfan S. Günsel stated that they will continue to make investments that will play an important role in increasing the value of art and artist in order to ensure the sustainable integration of society with art. Assoc. Prof. Dr. İrfan S. Günsel also said that the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts will be one of the new stops of the art lovers. President of the Board of Trustees of NEU, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Günsel saying that in addition to the exhibitions to be held in the venue, seminars, art talks and workshops will be held on the subject of art, emphasized that the Cyprus Museum of Modern is a project that will connect our past and future in terms of thought and feeling, too. The museum, which will play an active role in introducing the Turkish Cypriot art to the country and to the world, will promote the works of our artists, provide them with opportunities to present their own works to the public and support the Turkish Cypriot arts while presenting the works of art of the artists of other countries to our artists and art lovers. Assoc. Prof. Dr. İrfan S. Günsel also emphasized that since the establishment of the Near East University, they adopted the mission and principle to integrate culture and art as well as integration of scientific studies and social benefit-oriented projects. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Günsel also said that the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, as part of the missions of the Near East Family, will build and guide the future, and will be one of the most important and meaningful indicators of its mission to protect its history, education, economy and health as well as its culture and art. In this context, NEU Car Museum, Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, Maritime Museum and the National History Museum will be gathered in the same area and serve to our people.
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