Embedded in the three day Cooperation for Climate and Green Deal Symposium, several works from the Travel Exhibition of H is for Hemp were brought to the University Campus of Ondokuz Mayis University. The works are enhanced by the audio installations, which were produced for the permanent exhibition in the Amsterdam Hash, Marijuana and Hemp Museum. While they were exhibited along side the student works and environmental studies at the symposium, they have now found their permanent home at the Hemp Institut of the Ondokuz Mayis University.
Also a book was donated for the University library to keep the knowledge gathered over six years as an open resource for the students. Especially for the master and doctorate students of the Hemp Institute, who gave me a warm welcome and another invitation to present the project in more details at the Institute.
I was impressed with the diversity of research conducted at the Institute and despite there being few students still, as the Institute opened its doors at the end of 2019, the atmosphere is highly professional, with an exceptional spirit of sharing and empowering each other. It was a true pleasure to meet the hemp family in the Institute and I truly hope we will stay connected in our diverse paths surrounding the plant!