Pre-Registration for Islamic Illumination Art Course
Islamic art of Illumination Course (I)
Illumination (tezhip) is derived from Arabic zeheb (gold) and its literal translation is "ornamenting with gold". The art of illumination is traditionally used for the decoration of calligraphy, although it is also used as a standalone art form.
This introductory course starts with an overview of the history and origins of the art and its roots in traditional Islamic manuscript illumination. Students will have the opportunity to learn traditional methods of preparing “murakka” (paper) and gold from gold leaf they will use in their works. 2 different painting techniques of Islamic Illumination “tezhip” and “halkar” will be shown and they will analyse how to design and paint an illuminated shamsa composition, meaning “sun burst” which is a classic Islamic manuscript illumination style incorporating floral design. At the end of the course, students will have two finished projects both in halkar and classical tezhip styles.
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For further information please contact Mrs. Emel Albayrak on 0207 387 3036 or bG9uZHJhIHwgeWVlICEgb3JnICEgdHI= by 15th of May.
Course Start Date: Wednesday 16th May 2018
Course End Date: Wednesday 4th July 2018
Deadline for enrollment : 15th May 2018 at 1 pm
Every Wednesdays 6:00pm - 9:00pm
£280.00 (Includes course materials)
Yunus Emre Institute – London
10 Maple Street London, W1T 5HA
(Nearest Tube Stations: Warren Street and Goodge Street)
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