Artist Irina Lavrinenko painted the fight against Covid-19 on the canvas for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts

Artists are continuing to raise awareness and support the struggle against the new type of coronavirus worldwide (Covid-19) with their artworks such as graffiti on the walls of buildings, shapes on stones, paintings on canvases and ceramics. According to the information given by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of Near East University, artist Irina Lavrinenko reflected her art on canvas to support the fight against Covid-19 and draw attention to the warnings and measures taken against the coronavirus. Artist Irina Lavrinenko said that we should comply with the calls and warnings during this challenging process, and stay at home to stay healthy. In the statement, it was reported that for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Art, an artist will continue to share his or her three artworks such as paintings, prints, ceramics, graphite or sculpture to support the fight against the new type of coronavirus that caused a disaster around the world. Who is Irina Lavrinenko? She was born in Tbilisi in 1958. She studied at the Tbilisi State Art Academy between 1978 and 1983. She worked as an art teacher at No:53 School between 2001-2003. She worked as a teacher at State A. S. Pushkin Pedagogical Institute between 1987-1992. She has been a member of the Georgian Textile Group since 1997. Some of the national and international exhibitions she participated in; 1997 – First international textile art exhibition “Be a friend”, ‘The Museum System’, Gallery 1998 – Exhibition of Georgian textile group in modern art gallery 1999 – “Silk Road” second international exhibition of textile art, National Painting Gallery 2000 – Contemporary Georgian fiber art; Seam Gallery, Megadim, Israel 2001 – Georgian Textile Fair, Karvasla Gallery 2001 – “Crossroad” – Third international textile art exhibition, Tbilisi Karvasla History Museum. 2003 – 4. International Textile Art Exhibition, Tbilisi Karvasla History Museum 2005 – 5th Russian Decorative Arts Festival, Ivanovo, Russia 2005 – Georgian blanket and applique (XIX-XX centuries), Tbilisi Karvasla History Museum 2006 – Georgian art exhibition in Chicago, USA 2006 – Won the first prize in the International ‘Over the Head Blanket’ Competition and Exhibition organized by the American Quilt Alliance. 2007 – Quilt exhibition at ‘Racio’ Gallery 2008 – Textile art exhibition in “9” gallery 2010 – Group exhibition “Blanket – Textile Art”, gallery “Open Society Fund” 2010 – “Old and New Blankets” group exhibition – Georgian National Folklore Center 2010 – Quilt exhibition at the National Library of Georgia 2011 – US Embassy textile group exhibition 2012 – “Textile in Interior” Exhibition – Vetro Vario Gallery 2014 – The textile exhibition of Georgian artists held at the Apollo Kutateladze gallery at the Tbilisi State Art Academy. 2014 – “Barcelona Art Festival”, international exhibition at Spain Island Gallery 2016 – “315” exhibition, Chardin gallery The artist opened many solo exhibitions: 2007 – Solo exhibition at the US Embassy in Georgia 2002 – Solo exhibition at the American school in Tbilisi 2003 – Solo exhibition at the United Nations Headquarters 2006 – Solo exhibition at ‘Center Point’ Gallery 2018 – Solo exhibition at the Chardin gallery

Artist Zhyrgalbai Maturaimov supported the fight against coronavirus with his brush for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts.

Due to the spread of the new types of coronavirus (Covid-19) worldwide, artists continue to reflect the epidemic and struggle on their canvases. According to the information given by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of Near East University, artist Zhyrgalbai Maturaimov drew attention with his brush to the fight carried out against the coronavirus pandemic, which has caused severe fear and anxiety in the world and cost hundreds of thousands of lives. In the statement, it was stated that artists will continue to share their feelings with their artworks from different perspectives to support the fight against Covid-19 and a different artist will continue to share his or her artworks every day for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts. Who is Zhyrgalbai Maturaimov? He was born in Kyrgyzstan in 1955. He studied at the State Cinematography Institute in Moscow between 1978-1984. He studied at Frunze Art College between 1970-1974 (Bishkek). Between the years 1984-1988, he worked for the film studio “Kırgızfilm” in Bishkek. Between 2013-2018, he worked as a director at Kyrgyz State S. A Chuykov Art College. He is a participant of national and international exhibitions. He is a member of the Union of Artists of the Soviet Socialist Republics and the Kyrgyz Republic. Since 2007, he is a State artist of the Kyrgyz Republic. In 2013, he received the title of World Artist in China. The artist has held many solo exhibitions: 2007 – Directorate of Art Exhibitions, Almaty, Kazakhstan; 2006 – Kyrgyz State G. Aitiev Fine Arts Museum, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan; 2005 – Painters Town, Paris, France; 2003- “Tribune” Art Gallery, Almaty, Kazakhstan; 1999 – Bishkek National Bank, Kyrgyzstan 1988- International Aid Fund “Meerim” Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. His artworks take place in the Local History Museum; Museum of Fine Arts of Kazakhstan; T. Sadykov Fine Arts Museum (Kyrgyzstan, Aktobe); Cultural Exchange Center of “Travel for Peace” (People’s Republic of China).

Near East University held an online panel on “Research and Education in the Pandemic Period”

Near East University Institute of Educational Sciences held an online panel in the digital environment on “Research in Pandemic Period and the Role of Education”. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Antonio Teixeira from Alberta University of Portugal and Prof. Dr. Yüksel Göktaş from Atatürk University of Turkey attended as speakers to the panel held in Turkish and English languages and moderated by Prof. Dr. Fahriye Altınay, Director of Educational Sciences Institute. According to the information provided by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of Near East University, the Director of the Institute of Educational Sciences Prof. Dr. Fahriye Altınay, who made the opening speech of the panel, drew attention to the importance of awareness and scientific dimensions in research and changing education conditions. Deputy Director of the Institute of Educational Sciences Prof. Dr. Zehra Altınay, on the other hand, gave information to graduate students on social transformation in education and research, and touched on the place of an interdisciplinary environment in vital and professional development. Prof. Dr. Yüksel Göktaş; “Collaboration is necessary without taking distances into consideration…” The panel’s Turkish speech was given by Atatürk University lecturer Prof. Dr. Yüksel Göktaş the speech in English was made by Assoc. Prof. Dr. António Teixeira from Portugal. In the online panel, discussions were held on the importance of research and the future of distance education in terms of social change. Prof. Dr. Göktaş emphasized that not only the theoretical knowledge but also the information in philosophical life should be developed, the reading resources should be increased and cooperation should be made without taking distances into account, in the light of the current studies and by giving basic suggestions to both faculty and postgraduate researchers. Prof. Dr. Yüksel Göktaş shared the necessity of thinking about the future with the basic data of yesterday, as well as his experiences and studies on research fields and techniques, and mentioned about his suggestions that shed light on the development of the graduate programs. Assoc. Prof. Dr. António Teixeira; “Distance education studies are important to reveal the findings that will be shaping the future…” Assoc. Prof. Dr. António Teixeira, on the other hand, emphasized the necessity of both students learning and interactive participation in an online learning environment during the pandemic period through which a digital transformation is being experienced. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Teixeira stated that everyone should be aware of their social responsibility and contribute to change, and that distance education studies in this period can reveal important findings in shaping the future. Prof. Dr. Fahriye Altınay; “Institute activities will continue…” At the end of the panel, Prof. Dr. Fahriye Altınay, Director of Educational Sciences, expressed her gratitude to the participants and speakers, and stated that they will continue the institutional activities in order to share the innovations.

For the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, artist Aibek Abdilamitov brings art lovers together with the artwork he created during the quarantine days due to the coronavirus

With the rapid spread of COVID-19 caused by the new coronavirus (nCov) and the increase in the number of cases around the world, artists continue to create magnificent works by painting on canvas and sometimes by shaping stones in order to draw attention to the issue and support the struggle against the pandemic. The Directorate of Press and Public Relations Office of Near East University released that the sculptor Aibek Abdilamitov has created a magnificent work with his lump hammer and rasp and presented it to the taste of the art lovers in order to draw attention to the combat against COVID-19 pandemic which causes great fear and anxiety all over the world, Artist Abdilamitov made the sculpture of Khan, the ruler of the nomadic peoples. The khan statue that he created depicts the sitting ruler and the eagle with open wings symbolizes the freedom which is the treasure of the nomadic people. It is stated that the Khan, who is sitting on his knees, protects his people from the evil, while the hat on his head protects him from cold and wind and adds a magnificent appearance to the composition. In order to raise awareness and provide support to the combat against COVID-19 pandemic, every day, a different artist will continue to bring his works that (s)he created during the isolation days to the taste of art lovers. Who is Aibek Abdilamitov? He was born on June 2, 1985 in Batken, Kyrgyzstan. In 2001, he graduated from the boarding school of the National Academy of Arts of the Kyrgyz Republic named after T. Sadykov. In 2009, he graduated from the Department of Painting of the National Academy of Arts of the Kyrgyz Republic named after T. Sadykov. In 2005, he participated in the student art exhibition and received the award certificate for the sculpture he created. He is the architect of the sculpture titled “A Southern Woman” (Bishkek, T. Sadykov National Academy of Arts of the Kyrgyz Republic, 2007). He participated in an international art exhibition in 2009. Since 2009, he has been working as a sculpture teacher at the National Academy of Arts of the Kyrgyz Republic named after T. Sadykov. In 2014, he participated in the youth art exhibition “My Family” held in Kazakhstan. In 2016, he participated in the reconstruction of the sculptures located in the building of Kyrgyz National Academic Opera and Ballet Theater.

Artist Ramazan Useinov supported the fight against coronavirus with his brush for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts

Artists continue to paint on canvases to support and raise awareness against the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19), which surrounds the world and causes hundreds of thousands of deaths. According to the information provided by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of Near East University, artist Ramazan Useinov supported the fight against the coronavirus for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts. In his works, artist Ramazan Useinov illustrated the life, struggle and victory of humanity from his own perspective. The artist also stated that coronavirus, which forced people into quarantine, cannot put artists off from their arts and that they are continuing to reflect their feelings on canvas. The artist underlined that we have to continue our lives by taking all the warnings and precautions into consideration, without compromising that the results of staying at home have started to be recognized positively in this process. In the statement, it was stated that artists in different branches will continue to support the struggle against the coronavirus from various perspectives for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts and bring their artworks together with the art lovers. Who is Ramazan Useinov? He was born on July 02, 1949, in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. He graduated from P.P. Benkov Republic Art College in Tashkent city in 1971. He has been a member of the Union of USSR Artists since 1988. He is the State Artist of Ukraine. He was nominated for the Crimean Autonomous Republic Award. He held his solo art exhibition in Moscow in 1991. In 1993, he moved to Crimea. In 1998, he was awarded the painting award “Bird Flights” at the Kiev triennial. In 2000, he held an art exhibition at Simferopol Art Museum. In 2002, he organized his solo art exhibition at the Central Art House in Moscow. In 2005, he opened his solo exhibition at the Ukrainian Embassy in Washington. In the same year, his solo art exhibition was opened in Kiev. In addition, his solo exhibitions have been held in cities such as Odessa (Ukraine) and Sevastopol (Crimea). He also took part in many group exhibitions: Russia (Moscow) – in 1991, 1993, 1994, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2014; Ukraine (Kiev, Simferopol, Dnipropetrovsk, Sevastopol, Bahçesaray, Feodosia) – in 1997, 1998, 2002, 2004, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010; Germany (Hamburg, Berlin, Magdeburg) – in 1999; Hungary (Kecskemét) – in 2000; Turkey (in Ankara) – 2000 and 2012; Croatia – in 2005; China (Shanghai) – In 2009; France – in 2010; Switzerland (Geneva) – in 2014; United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi, Dubai) – in 2015 and 2017.The artist’s works are in museums in Moscow, Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Nukus, Sevastopol and Simferopol, as well as in private collections in Europe, Asia and America.

Near East University DESAM Institute researchers evaluated the most effective diagnostic methods on COVID-19

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak spread rapidly, after being detected in Wuhan, China, in December 2019, causing nearly 3 million people to become infected worldwide within a short time. While some of the COVID-19 patients show no symptoms, in some patients they may progress as severe respiratory failure, high fever and severe cough. This feature of the disease also makes it difficult to identify infected patients. The researchers of the Near East University Experimental Health Sciences Research Center (DESAM) determined the most effective diagnostic methods used in the diagnosis of Covid-19 with the scientific study they have designed. When a person carrying COVID-19 coughs, sneezes or speaks, the virus released in respiratory secretions can infect other people if they come into direct contact with the mucous membranes through the droplet. Also, touching the same surface with an infected person can cause the infection to spread. Due to the rapid spread of COVID-19, patients need to be identified, isolated and treated as soon as possible. In this way, the rate of spread and mortality of the disease can be reduced. It is imperative that patients be diagnosed quickly and accurately for an effective treatment. However, wrong results can be obtained in the tests used to detect the disease. Therefore, if the first test is negative, it is recommended to repeat the test if the patient is suspected to have COVID-19. Computed chest tomography (chest CT), naso/oropharyngeal swab PCR test, cell culture, COVID-19 antigen detection, COVID-19 IgM antibody test, COVID-19 IgG antibody test and chest x-ray are used in the detection and diagnosis of COVID-19 patients. It is being exploited. These methods can give different results in the early and late stages of the disease according to their characteristics. Near East University Experimental Health Sciences Research Center (DESAM) researchers Dr. Murat Sayan, Dr. Berna Uzun, Assist. Prof. Dr. İlker Özşahin, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dilber Uzun Özşahin, Prof. Dr. Tamer Şanlıdağ and Dr. Figen Sarıgül determined the most effective diagnostic methods by evaluating them to detect the disease. In the study, the diagnostic methods of COVID-19 disease were examined based on published evidence and clinical practice. The data were analyzed with fuzzy-PROMETHEE, which is one of the Multiple Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) methods. The reliability of the results was tested with the fuzzy-TOPSIS method. These methods help to determine the best alternative mathematically by analyzing analytically all the criteria that are found important by the experts. All existing techniques used in the diagnosis of COVID-19 were evaluated in the study and many criteria have been used… In the analysis carried out by Near East University researchers, the most important factors such as sensitivity, specificity, cost, availability, probability of giving false positive or false negative results, suitability in all stages of the disease, education or equipment requirements were determined as the criteria for evaluating the techniques used in the diagnosis of COVID-19. It was concluded that the sequencing results obtained by Fuzzy PROMETHEE and Fuzzy TOPSIS analysis confirmed each other and it was determined that the most effective method is the Computed Chest Tomography in the diagnosis of COVID-19, and the second most effective method is the naso/oropharyngeal swab PCR test. In addition, it was pointed out by the researchers that one method alone is not sufficient in the correct diagnosis of COVID-19, and it will be a correct approach to use more than one method in the context of the country. The results of the research conducted by the researchers of the Near East University Experimental Health Sciences Research Center (DESAM) were sent to a scientific journal to be shared with the scientific world.

A Well-Balanced Diet is significant for Your Immune System

East University Hospital Dietician Gültaç Dayı made a statement and expressed that With the arrival of winter months, it is necessary to have a strong immune system in order to protect against common diseases; and that a strong immune system required adequate and a well-balanced nutrition. Furthermore, she pointed out the major role vitamin-C plays in building a strong immune system. Adequate and Balanced Nutrition Protects Our Immune System In addition to the above, Gültaç Dayı expressed that the immune system is the system that protects us against the harmful effects of viruses, bacteria, parasites and microorganisms that cause infections in our body. Before utilizing drugs and vaccines developed during outbreaks, Gültaç Dayı expressed how important it was to strengthen one’s natural immunity system. In order to do this, she emphasised the significance of providing the body with adequate and well-balanced nutrition. Further explaining the details of “well-balanced nutrition”, Gültaç Dayı stated that it meant having a diet consisting of a variety of different types of food and providing adequate amounts of the nutrients necessary for good health. In addition, Gültaç Dayı noted that in order to get enough fibre, vitamins and minerals, care should be taken to consume vegetables and fruits. Vitamin C Boosts the Immune System Dietician Gültaç Uncle said that it is necessary to consume salad according to the season in every meal and added that consuming three or four portions of fruit per day is beneficial in strengthening the immune system. She also drew attention to the consumption of 2.5 litres of water per day, so that the digestive and excretory system can function properly and the first vitamin to come to mind was vitamin C. Gültaç Dayı said: “Therefore, you should definitely include foods such as orange, lemon, tangerine, kiwi, grapefruit, which are the source of vitamin C, in your daily diet. Also, eat foods high in antioxidants to strengthen your immune system. Foods such as pomegranate, green tea, carrot and garlic are rich in antioxidants.” Omega-3 Strengthens Our Immune System Dietician Gültaç Dayı expressed that Omega-3, one of the most delicious fatty acids, also strengthens the immune system. In other words, she emphasised that Omega-3 strengthens the immune system and has a very positive effect on the nervous system and cardiovascular health. Therefore, she expressed the necessity to take care to consume fish rich in Omega-3 at least two days a week. She said: “In order to meet the needs of vitamins and minerals in the winter period, it is necessary to pay attention to frequent consumption of fruits and vegetables. It is also important to consume foods that contain vitamins A, C, E. We should consume fruits and vegetables such as oranges, tangerines, celery and cabbage to keep the immune system strong in winter.”

Near East University takes the First Place among TRNC universities and Second Place among Turkey universities in the field of “Quality Education” in the 101-200 band of “2020 Impact Ranking of World Universities” announced by the Times Higher Education

Near East University achieved a superior success in the “Quality Education” field taking place in the 101-200 band of “2020 World Universities Impact Ranking” announced by the London based higher education rating agency Times Higher Education (THE). Near East University takes the 2nd place among the universities of Turkey, and the 1st place among the universities of Cyprus… According to the statement made by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of Near East University, leaving behind many well-known universities of the world in the ranking based on the criteria of education, research, academic resource representation, industrial connections, international vision and teaching quality and including the top universities of the world, took place in the 101-200 band of Times Higher Education 2020 World Universities Impact Ranking”. There are 35 universities from Turkey and 2 universities from the TRNC in the ranking. In the ranking, Near East University ranked 2nd among the universities of Turkey and 1st among the universities of the TRNC. The “THE 2020 World Universities Impact Ranking List” is available at https://www.timeshighereducation.com/rankings/impact/2020/. Evaluations were made within the context of UN Sustainable Development Goals… The list is ranked in line with the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals of universities from all over the world. In the list created considering various objectives, universities from around the world are evaluated in terms of Gender Equality, Good Business and Economic Growth, Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, Reduced Inequalities, Sustainable Cities and Communities, Responsible Consumption and Production, as well as Climate Studies and Partnerships for Goals. Calling for universal action… UN Sustainable Development Goals is a call for universal action to eliminate poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that all people live in peace and prosperity. Creating a list in line with these goals for the first time, Times Higher Education aims to encourage universities around the world to contribute to a better life. Prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel: “Our researcher identity carried us to our goal of ranking among the top 500 Universities Of The World in 2020…” Stating that the intensive studies and scientific research conducted in the field of improving the quality of education in the recent years have significantly influenced the ranking of 2020 and taking place in the top part of the ranking, Prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Near East University, stating that they are advancing step by step with the principles and understanding of a “4th Generation University” using its knowledge and experiences for the benefit of the society, said that it is great pride that they are included in the 101-200 band in the field of “Quality Education” among the world universities in the “2020 Universities Impact Ranking” announced by Times Higher Education. Expressing that universities are centers for developing the potentials of the country in terms of developing information technologies, economy and searching for practical solutions, Prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel stated that the quality of Near East University, which is closely related to the development of the country with its accelerated scientific studies, R&D activities, innovative products and domestic technologies, has now been accepted globally. Prof. Dr. Günsel explaining that they are attaching great importance to the number of national and international scientific publications and citation reports of faculty members which are the criteria considered significantly by the organizations, foundations and institutions evaluating and ranking the world universities, stated that they are working together intensely and systematically in order to be ranked in the top of the world ranking lists and to be permanent in these rankings. Prof. Dr. Irfan Suat Günsel, said, “In2019, in terms of scientific publications journals indexed in international indexes such as Scopus and Web of Science, we ranked first among the TRNC universities and third among the universities of Turkey with more than 1,400 publications of our faculty members and in the number of articles rates per faculty member, and this is the most important indication of our efforts. We will continue to support our faculty members by preparing the training and working environment needed, and by constantly updating our infrastructure and technological capacity. I would like to thank all of our members who have contributed to our success, which is a source of pride and happiness for us. Our university undertakes an important mission in making the name of our country known by becoming one of the best universities in the world with its advanced research centers, laboratories, application units, motivated, innovative and experienced faculty members and all of its units as a whole, as well as following a correct and strong strategic path. We will continue to move forward with confident steps in line with our mission to build not only Cyprus of tomorrow but also the world of tomorrow.”

Artist Valentina Mukhacheva painted for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts to depict struggle with Covid 19

The artists continue to paint on canvas to support the fight and raise awareness against the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) that surrounds the world and causes tens of thousands of deaths. According to the information given by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of Near East University, artist Valentina Mukhacheva depicted her feelings on canvas to draw attention to the struggle against the coronavirus (Covid-19), which is spread around the world. Artist Valentina Mukhacheva stated that being under quarantine due to the pandemic could not deprive them of art and thus she has contributed to raising awareness against the outbreak and depicted her feelings in her paintings. Valentina Mukhacheva called for #evdekal-stayhome underlining that calls and warnings should be considered during this process. In the statement, it was stated that the artists will support the struggle against the coronavirus with their works they reveal every day for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts… Who is Valentina Mukhacheva? She was born in 1972 in the city of Tselinograd in the Republic of Kazakhstan. After graduating from high school, she worked as a graphic designer at the Tselinograd Art Fund. In 1997, she graduated from the Department of Painting and Pedagogy of I.D Shadra Art College in Yekaterinburg. She worked as a painting and easel composition teacher at the Children’s Art School; She also worked as an animator in ‘A-Film’ studio. Between 1998-2003, she specialized as a “monumental artist” by studying at the Monumental and Decorative Arts Department of Ural State Architecture and Art Academy. Since 2003, she has been working as an assistant professor of painting and drawing at the Ural State Architecture and Art Academy, Composition and Artistic Preparation Department. She started exhibition activities in 1998. The artist participated in approximately 75 national and international exhibitions and competitions. She held 9 solo exhibitions. She has been a member of the Russian Union of Artists since 2007 and a member of the Ministry of Culture in the Sverdlovsk Region since 2008. Her works are included in private collections in Russia, Kazakhstan, Germany, France and in Russia.

Sculptor Bagdat Sarsen depicted the fight against the coronavirus pandemic with a two-part sculpture for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts

Due to the spread of the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) around the world, artists and sculptors are continuing to support the fight against the coronavirus with their artworks in painting, ceramics, print painting and sculpture. According to the press information provided by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of Near East University, sculptor Bagdat Sarsen stated that the statue consists of two parts as a closed sitting figure and a checkered plinth. The artist with his sculpture depicted the difficulties caused by the restricting space (quarantine) and the pandemic process we are in, which is a bad dream, so the figure raises his head up and prays God for the end of the bad dream. The artist Bagdat Sarsen also spoke about his artwork; “The square shape of the base is repeated in the angular shape of the seated person. Plastic stylization and bright parts reflect the general hope. ” In the press statement released by the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, it was stated that every day a different artist will continue to share a different artwork, reflecting the struggle against the coronavirus, from different perspectives. Who is Bagdat Sarsen? He graduated from Kazakhstan A. Kasteev Art College in 2005. In 2019, he completed his education at T. Zhurgenov Kazakh National Art Academy. In 2018, he participated in the art contest titled “Youth, energy, future”. In 2017, he participated in an art exhibition of the Union of Artists of the Republic of Kazakhstan at the A. Kasteev Museum. In 2014 and 2015, he attended international ice sculpture symposiums in St. Petersburg and China. In 2011, he participated in Kazakhstan Art Week held in Almaty city. He participated in the National Sculpture Olympiad in 2010.
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