Online Calligraphy Course with Materials
ISLAMIC CALLIGRAPHY FOR COMPLETE BEGINNERS
Date: Tuesday, 21 April – 9 June 2020
Time: 5-7 pm
Duration: 8 weeks
Materials&Postage Fee: £30
Instructor: Fatih Yılmaz
Deadline for Application: Tuesday, 14 April 2020 (The registration deadline is one week before the start date to accommodate delivery time for materials.If you have materials listed below, you can register the course by April 20th.)
This ONLINE course will introduce you to ‘Hüsn-i hat’ according to the Ottoman tradition in the Sülüs/Thuluth script. This course will cover the historical perspective of Ottoman calligraphy and an overview of the traditional teaching methods and materials. Participants will be shown how to practice letters and inscribe the well-known “Rabbi Yessir” prayer. The course participants will also learn inscribing a specific piece of work from a selection of options. Throughout the course, students will be guided by Hattat/ Calligrapher Fatih Yılmaz with demonstrations and feedback.
Natural Reed Pen (Kalem) x1
Raw silk (Lika) x1
Glass pot with ink x1
Silk Coated Paper x16
Pen rest (Makta) x1
***Please note a utility knife will not be provided in course materials due to restrictions. However, participants are encouraged to obtain a utility knife / a knife blade to smoothen their reed pens.
Classes will take place through ZOOM, an online platform.
ZOOM in 2 Easy Steps:
1. You will need an internet enabled device with a microphone and camera such as a laptop, phone or tablet.
Phones and tablets: Download zoom app.
Laptops: Visit www.zoom.us/join (No download required)
For further technical support visit support.zoom.us.
2. You will receive a personalised link. The link will take you directly to your virtual classroom.
This course requires a minimum number of enrollments to run. If you have any questions or queries, please direct them to us on firstname.lastname@example.org
- Max Students8
- Duration8 week
- Skill levelbeginner
Calligraphy Course Curriculum
Students will be shown how to construct each letter through basic strokes and learn the traditional practice, tools and materials used for Hüsn-i hat. You will be encouraged to analyse the measurements for the Arabic letters, practice the pen angles from thick to thin strokes and progress through shapes to write out letters No knowledge of written or spoken Arabic is required.