Description2nd. Workshop (Advanced);- Introduction to the artistic orientations of Arabic Calligraphy:;this introduction contains:;- The Classical School.;- Calligraphy and Plastic art.;- Calligraphy and Photograph.;- Calligraphy and Graphics.;- Showing some examples of each type.;- The Tools used for each type.;- How to make an artistic-calligraphic work.;- Doing some practice to get an artistic work.
Ali Alarrafi Ibraheem
DOB: 1971 AH Teacher of arts in MOE. Teacher of Arabic Calligraphy in The Holy mosque. Arbitrator of many local and international competitions. Participated in many Events & Exhibition world wide. Taken the First position in Kingdom competition. Presenter of a TV show about Arabic Calligraphy called (MESHEQ) Author of a book about Arabic Calligraphy called (MESHEQ)
Saud Shaker Khan
Calligrapher. • Graphic Design Photoshop. • Member of The Arabic Calligraphy Association in Cairo. • Member of Arts And Culture Association in Jeddah. • Member of The House Of Fine Arts (Tassamy Visual Arts Centre in Jeddah). • Member of The Fine Arts Society in The Chamber of Commerce in Jeddah. • Director of Arabic Calligraphy club of Tassamy Visual Arts Centre in Jeddah. Activities And Exhibitions • Final exhibition for Culture and Arts Society in Jeddah in 2007. • Gallery in Coral Beach (Ramadaniat) in Jeddah, 2008 • Art Gallery of the Kingdom in Jeddah, 2008 • Exhibition of the Conference of Arab media in Jeddah 2009 • The National Day Gallery in the house of art in Jeddah, 2008 • Cultural Week of the Kingdom in Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan and 2008. • Exhibition of the Kingdom in the cultural week in Yemen, 2008. • Ambassador competition in 2009 • The creative feather competition in Jeddah, 2009 • The competition to beautify Holy Mecca, 2009 • Participate in the implementation of the largest mural Mecca in 2009 • The competition Hijaziat 1 in Jeddah, 2009 • Festival (Our product in your hands) for disabled children and a workshop for Arabic calligraphy in Jeddah Mall 2009 • Festival (Our product in your hands) for disabled children in Sultan Mall 2009 • Exhibition of the Kingdom in the cultural week in Argentina, 2009 • Festival (Kashkulyat) in Red Sea Mall, 2009 • Gallery Hijaziat 1 in the Red Sea Mall, 2009 • Workshop of Arabic calligraphy in Hiraa Mall associated with the festival of children with disabilities, 2009 • Exhibition Letter and Color of Arabic calligraphy at the University of Umm Al-Qura in Mecca 2010 • Exhibition Letter and Color in Tasami center in Jeddah, 2010 • The activities of the Saudi cultural days in Kazakhstan with the Ministry of Information. 2011 • The activities of the Saudi cultural days in Turkmenistan with the Ministry of Information. 2011 • First place in the international competition to Beautify Mecca, 2010 • Festival (Janadriyah 26th) Calligraphy Workshop, 2011 • Book Fair in the city of Prague with a delegation of Ministry of Information, 2011 • Summer Workshop with Saudi Aramco in Arab Mall 2011.
Siraj Reda Allaf
DOB: 1980 Electrical & Computer Engineer Master Degree Student @ KAU Working in Saudi Electricity company. Learned Arabic Calligraphy from his teacher Ibrahim Al Arrafi. Studied and practiced Arabic calligraphy for more than 17 years. Taken the certificate of Proficiency (Al Egazah) in Arabic Calligraphy from Mr. Al Arrafi. Taken the First position in kingdom competition. Participated in many local and international exhibitions. Co founder of Hrofiat.com (a website for Arabic Calligraphy tools and courses)
Wendy Williams Keyes grew up in Greater Boston and graduated with a degree in viola performance from the New England Conservatory of Music. She has taught violin and viola and performed with the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, the Arietta String Trio, the Virginia Symphony, and most recently as principal violist with the Park Avenue Chamber Symphony (of New York City). Her proficiency with regional genres has been developed through Simon Shaheen’s annual Arabic Music Retreat. Wendy’s viola is made by Luis and Clark, a Boston-based firm specializing in carbon fiber string instruments.
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