Rumi Pattern in the Art of Illumination (Tezhip) Course | In Person | All level
Rumi Pattern in the Art of Illumination (Tezhip) Course
Date: Tuesdays, 06 February – 26 March 2024
Time: 6:00-8:30 pm (UK time)
Duration: 8 weeks+Victoria&Albert Museum visit
Class Size: Min. 5 – Max.15 Students
Instructor: Nagihan Seymour
Location: 10 Maple Street W1T 5HA (Nearest tube stations: Warren Street and Goodge Street)
You must be 16+ to attend the course.
Whether you are an aspiring artist, a lover of traditional arts, or simply curious about Ottoman culture, this course is perfect for you. Join us and unlock your creativity as you immerse yourself in the captivating world of Tezhip.
This IN PERSON course by artist Nagihan Seymour will cover Ottoman tradition ‘Rumi’ patterns. The course starts with an overview of the history of “Rumi” (“Rumi” in Turkish, “Islimi” in Persian, “Nebati” in Arabic).
In this interactive course, students will learn how to draw rumi motifs and apply principles of design in a composition. Students will draw and paint different rumi motifs such as basic rumi, closed form rumi, rumi knots and rumi headings. Students will also be able to try different shading and outlining styles
This course will include a visit to the V&A Museum to see Islamic art collection in one of the Saturdays during the course.
Methods of Teaching:
The course will be taught according to the traditional training and the educational model used in Istanbul, which has remained largely unchanged for hundreds of years.
Assessment & Certification:
Students will receive hand-out at the beginning of the course about the terms used in this art and feedback throughout the duration of the course to track improvement.
A digital certificate of attendance or completion certificate will be issued at the end of the course.
Required Equipment & Materials:
Most of the materials will be provided by the Institute.
The course is taught in English, but some terminology used may be in Turkish.
In the event a lesson is cancelled, the lesson will be added at the end of the course. We advise students to keep two weeks free from the course end date.
We recommend you avoid wearing loose clothing, especially large cuffs and neckties.
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