|Subject: 17th Jan. 10 :Arabic calligraphy course for sisters in London (Manor Park) Mon Jan 11, 2010 1:24 pm|| |
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Arabic Calligraphy (Naskh script) 6 Weeks Course for Women
|Date: ||Sunday 17 January 2010|
Venue: Manor Park
is regarded as the supreme art in the Islamic world. The status of
writing in Islam has an elevated position, exemplified by a whole
Chapter in the Qur’an being devoted to the 'The Pen' and significance
of the Pen is further elaborated in Surah Ar Rahman ‘Allama bil Qalam’
‘ He taught by the Pen.’ This introductory course to the Naskh script
Historical development of Arabic Calligraphy
Arabic Alphabets both joined and independent using a Reed Pen The
science of perfect proportion by the measurement of Rombhoids Writing
your initials correctly with proportion of the script Similarities and
differences in the scripts Studying a few calligraphy works Producing a
Final draft on canvas
Ustadha is an Arabic and
English graduate. She is a PGCE qualified teacher with both QTS and
CELTA teaching qualifications.She has studied Arabic, Tajwid, Fiqh and
Aqeeda in the Middle East. She has also studied Islamic Sciences. Her
studies include Al-Ajrumiyyah, I'rab, Sarf and other Arabic literature.
She has pursued an MA in Islamic Studies (Arabic Translation) from
SOAS. Ustadha has been teaching the Arabic language during the past
five to six years and has been writing material to enable students to
learn effectively. She is currently an Arabic, Tajwid and Calligraphy
teacher at the Habiba Institute.
£95 employed, £85 unemployed
BOOK NOW, FEW SPACES LEFT!!!
*Confirmation of day/time of class depends on student applications received.
*Full details of venue given upon receipt of application
*Expect high quality teaching from qualified and experienced female teachers
*Course materials provided for all modules.
*Certificates awarded and approved by Habiba Institute
Organiser: Habiba Institute for Arabic Studies
For more information please contact:
Phone: 07947 866 355, 07955 113 653