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The Yunus Emre Institute in London’s annual Turkish Community Art Exhibition is now truly embedded in the British Turkish community’s social calendar.There are paintings, drawings, photos, film, marbling, ceramics, glass art, sculpture, paper quilling, metalwork, lino and screen printing, tezhip, calligraphy, and mixed media and art techniques.

Kübra Müjde Workshop

The press statement from the jury who judged this year’s competition and made the final selection, thanked “all members of the Turkish Community in the United Kingdom who have presented their works for this exhibition”, while noting the significance of the art project during the pandemic...

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An exhibition of work by artist Kübra Müjde. Kübra is currently a Ph.D. student at Yeditepe University in Istanbul studying fine art. She will be exhibiting her paintings of people asleep which have been part of an ongoing project of hers for many years. She has held many solo and mixed exhibitions and also runs workshops with children from different communities and countries as well...

"What I Want"

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There is no theme, no title. We are only dreaming to draw “What WE Like”! This is Kubra. I am an artist. I am planning to meet everyone who is interested to do art and discover themselves with painting. If you like to paint for only joy and curiosity, here I am! Let’s meet and paint all of us together!

"All abilities welcome, All materials provided"

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“For a long time I explored sleeping through painting, installation and video. Why? Because there was no clear answer to the causality of the existence of life, and I clearly believed that we were anesthetized by someone, and I justified the reasoning with this answer and slept. But there was one thing I didn’t understand. Why should everything be justified? Life takes its place in silent laws, which have been accepted to require no evidence and have formed their own cyclic routine. Now, I draw what I want, no matter, no reason, no meaning” Kübra Müjde...


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Qbicart Digital Art School which aims children from all around the world to express themselves through art; has 30 art instructors from various branches of visual arts. Qbicart’s founder Kübra Müjde says: “We grow by imitating the nature and what we see in our environment. But we also have our imagination which is unique immaculate, untouched and brand-new. We aim to reveal this treasure.”.

The biggest dream of Qbicart is to establish a permanent “ Children Art Museum”…

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