Discover the incredible richness and complexity of Islamic geometry in this hands-on course supported by the Bagri Foundation. With this introduction you will be initiated to geometries and patterns of the Islamic world expressed in different cultures and eras – Mamluk, Persian, Mughal, Moorish and Ottoman. Different tutors cover each topic offering wide experiences and knowledge.
5 & 12 April: Introduction & Mamluk Geometry with Tom Bree.
19 & 26 April: Ottoman Geometry with Mahmud Manning.
10 & 17 May: Mughal Geometry with Amber Khokhar.
24 & 31 May: Moorish Geometry with Daniel Docherty
7 & 14 June: Persian Geometry with Farkhondeh Ahmadzadeh.
*Please note there is no class on Wednesday 3 May.
All materials are provided on this course.
This course is part of the Bagri Foundation Open Programme at The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts which aims to develop Asian arts courses at The School.