Workshop: An Introduction to Islamic Geometric Design
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Workshop: An Introduction to Islamic Geometric Design

Workshop: An Introduction to Islamic Geometric Design

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Berlin Glas e.V.

Provinzstraße 42

Berlin, Germany

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Learn how craftsmen in the Islamic world have, for centuries, been creating beautiful and complex geometric compositions. Author and educator Eric Broug will show you the techniques, and the design rules that have been used for many centuries. Using dozens of photos and illustrations from Islamic art and architecture, he will enable you to develop a profound understanding of how patterns were made.

No prior skill or experience is needed. Just bring your curiosity, your creative spirit, and some pencils and marker pens.


Schedule:

1. Presentation: An Introduction to the Basic Principles of Islamic Geometric Design  

2. Drawing Session: Fourfold Patterns & Sixfold Patterns

Lunch

4. Presentation: Contemporary Islamic Geometric Design

3. Drawing Session: Fivefold Pattern



This event is part of a two day program in Berlin. You can choose to buy one ticket that gives access to all three events: one lecture and two workshops.



FAQs

How do I get to the venue?

This event is being held on the premises of the Berlin Glas studio, a ten minute walk from the S-Bahn Station Berlin S-Schönholz.

Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?

You can email me at eric.broug@gmail.com

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

Yes

The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?

Sure, that's fine.

What is the refund policy?

If you cancel your ticket before 11th of November, you will get an 80% refund.

Do I need to bring anything to the workshop?

No, but you can bring some pencil and markers if you wish. We won't be using compasses.

 

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