Day Course: Islamic Pattern Plaster Carving

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23 August 2019 - 30 August 2019
Clore Learning Studio

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Islamic Pattern Plaster Carving
Two-day course
Friday 23 & Friday 30 August
11am - 4pm
£140 | Friends £126

Pre-booking required
Led by Adam Williamson

Design and carve geometric and biomorphic patterns in plaster with sculptor, Adam Williamson, founder of Art of Islamic Pattern. Gain a unique opportunity to work with traditional Moroccan chisels and explore ancient techniques.

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Art of Islamic Pattern

Art of Islamic Pattern was founded by Adam Williamson & Richard Henry in 2008. Williamson and Henry have given workshops, presentations and public lectures at many of the leading cultural and educational institutions in the UK and beyond, including the British Museum, the British Library, the Victoria & Albert Museum, and Cambridge University.

Art of Islamic Pattern now includes a group of practicing artists, craftsmen and specialists from around the world, including Sama Mara and Lateefa Spiker. It has also forged international links with institutions such as the Istanbul Design Centre in Turkey and the Islamic Arts Revival Series in Dallas, USA.

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