Sustainability: Eco-Friendly Detergent

Pera Adult

  • March 18, 2023 / 15:30
  • April 1, 2023 / 15:30

In this workshop, held in collaboration with DenizTemiz Association / TURMEPA, the participants have the opportunity to develop their ecological awareness about marine and coastal ecosystems. In the workshop, inspired by Ali Taptık's work on the lost or unrecognizable water resources of Istanbul -an old name of which is the “city of holy waters”- in the exhibition "Istanbuls Today", the participants prepare eco-friendly washing powder mixtures. Participants incorporate sustainability into their daily lives by using natural materials such as washing soda, olive oil soap, and sodium bicarbonate.

Related Exhibition: Istanbuls Today

Ages: 18 years and older
Capacity: 30 people
Duration: 90 minutes

The event is free, reservation is required.
The event will take place at the Pera Museum (face-to-face).

For more information: ogrenme@peramuzesi.org.tr

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About DenizTemiz Association / TURMEPA
TURMEPA is a non-governmental organization founded by Rahmi M. Koç and Deniz Ticaret Odası based on protecting our nation’s coasts and seas. Its main aim is to leave a more livable Turkey that embraces clean seas for future generations. With projects on both national and international bases, TURMEPA became Turkey’s leading sea-oriented non-governmental organization. To Save the Seas Declaration of a Voluntary Commitment, published in 1995, allowed TURMEPA to obtain support from organizations such as IMO, UNEP, The Club of Rome, ICS, and IUCN on an international platform. With the decision taken by the Council of Ministers on June 19th 2000, it gained the status of being a public benefit organization.

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