Calligraphy

Cut from the same fabric – Daily Bulldog

FARMINGTON – It’s not often that life goes as planned. For better or worse, we carry the same cards all the way through, whether we happily trotted the path our parents envisioned for us, or squeezed out of the road, the mud flying appropriately. Of course, the fairing is not …

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YUN BING (ACTIVE FIRST HALF OF THE 18TH CENTURY)

Serendipity Shall Bring the Paintings to You – The Wong Nan-ping Family Collection This fall, Christie’s Hong Kong is proud to present a selection of paintings from the family collection of the latest true collector of traditional scholars – Jade Studio Master Mr. Wong Nan -ping (1924-1985). As an offspring …

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Islamic calligraphy art pieces on display at Pakistani festival

TEHRAN (IQNA) – The Pakistani Lok Mela festival underway in Islamabad hosts a collection of Islamic calligraphy artwork by famous artist Azeem Iqbal. The exhibition mainly focused on the messages of peace and harmony through Quranic verses and letters. Azeem Iqbal uses various mediums like leather, stone, wood, bamboo, gold, …

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profanation of the Torah is a wake-up call | IJN

II have always felt particularly connected to safrut, the uniquely beautiful calligraphy of the Torah scrolls. As the softer, the scribe, dip his quill in his black inkwell, with the beautiful letters emerging transforming the cream velum into a sacred Torah scroll, I think of the to do. A “label»Is …

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KP pavilion in Lok Mela attracts visitors, tourists

peshawar – A large number of visitors, including domestic and foreign tourists, visited the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa pavilion on Tuesday and showed keen interest in the rich culture, crafts and distinct traditions presented at Lok Mela 2021 in Islamabad. The special assistant to the chief minister of the KP in charge …

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Tale woven from Kashmiri and Turkish rugs

Kashmiri and Turkish rugs are among the most luxurious items presented in any market, whether local or international. While Turkish and Kashmiri rugs are part of the cultural heritage of both regions, they also adorn homes and religious shrines around the world. A woman weaving traditional Turkish rugs in her …

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Companions in Solitude – Chinadaily.com.cn

The 16th-century painting (part) by Qian Gu depicts Wang Xizhi’s famous gathering at the Orchid Pavilion, where guests were to drink wine and compose poems. [Photo provided to China Daily] Living with the pandemic led a museum curator to reflect on how the ancient Chinese approached the idea of ​​isolation, …

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Real sportswear: the new “OmniFibers” material “trains” you to breathe like professional athletes

CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts – Sportswear is entering a new era thanks to smart technology. New fabric that “registers” muscle movements as you breathe could allow for better training and faster recovery from respiratory illnesses. The fibers of the fabric, nicknamed OmniFibers, register the breathing of high performance athletes. When worn by …

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“A Date with China” tour kicks off in Tianjin

Posted: October 22, 2021 at 6:00 a.m. EDT|Update: 4 hours ago BEIJING, 22 October 2021 / PRNewswire / – A report from chinadaily.com.cn on an international media tour in Tianjin: The third stage of the “A Date with China” international media tour kicked off in Tianjin Friday. Entitled “On the …

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“Start hiring a crowd service for the holidays,” laughs Fawad of Fazl

Information and Broadcasting Minister Fawad Chaudhry said on Monday that Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman should launch a “crowd rental” service for parties policies, his “political career being completely over”. “Maulana Sahab is nothing more than chala hua kartoos [fired cartridge]He said at a press conference while blaming …

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Keith Haring Fiorucci walls of downtown New York

The New York City Center is celebrating the return of in-person performances with its annual Fall for Dance Festival. In its 18th year, the ten-day event features five programs that showcase three different groups of artists and businesses that aim to make cultural performances as affordable as going to the …

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Harvard moves academy to NTU

APPROVED RELATIONSHIPS: Program director Jennifer Liu said the move to Taipei was due to a “perceived lack of friendliness” at the Beijing Language and Culture University. By Kayleigh Madjar / Editor-in-Chief Harvard University is due to move its summer Mandarin program from Beijing to National Taiwan University (NTU) from next …

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Artamour celebrates its first anniversary

By IANSlife New Delhi, October 11 (IANSlife): Folk art blog artamour celebrates its first anniversary with the opening of ‘An Imaginal Affair’, an eclectic contemporary art exhibition featuring more than 40 well-known artists from India and abroad. Organized by Aakshat Sinha and Ranjan Kaul, who are also the founding partners …

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The poisoned wine affair

An old Uruguayan crime resurfaces with the dissemination of classified documents, but will we one day know the thriller? Producers in the northern hemisphere are busy with the harvest, and many wine regions are eagerly awaiting a great vintage. Police have also been busy this week investigating various wine-related crimes …

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Local Muslims Celebrate Islamic History Month With Virtual Events

WATERLOO REGION – The Kitchener-Waterloo Muslim Women’s Coalition has organized a series of events to celebrate Islamic History Month. From virtual lectures by guest speakers to a calligraphy demonstration, the local advocacy group hopes to not only educate people, but also celebrate the rich history of Muslims in Canada. “Islamic …

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Junya Watanabe Spring 2022 Ready-to-Wear Collection

From Tokyo, Junya Watanabe has treated the internet with golden drapes, vaporous fabrics, disrupted stitching, and print collaborations with contemporary Japanese, Chinese, Nepalese and Thai artists in Asia and around the world. He called it “Eas-miniscence,” his term coined for his reminiscences of pre-pandemic travel. Browsing through a collection of …

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‘Fall Marketplace’ at the October Women’s Connection | New

Joyce Alexander displays some items for sale. The women who attend the Women’s Connection are well known for their needlework, crafts, delicious candy and baked goods. They will bring these items, along with other items to purchase, to the “Fall Marketplace” – the organization’s annual fundraiser for Stonecroft Ministries International. …

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At Dubai Expo, global political issues loom

DUBAI – Iran wants you to put politics aside and marvel at its ornate carpets. Syria wants you to forget about its brutal war and discover the world’s first alphabet. Yemen, on the brink of famine, is very excited about its honey and coffee. Welcome to Expo 2020 Dubai, the …

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Fall exhibits now on display at the Hilliard Museum

New fall exhibitions are now on display at the Hilliard Art Museum on the UL Lafayette campus. This year’s exhibits are Twenty Years of Marais Press: Impression of a Campus and a Collection; Sanctuary: new works by Linda Alterwitz; Spirit Universe: Master Shen-Long; and Khara Woods: Ax. Each introduces the …

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Belvoir St Theater presents ART FOR AFGHANISTAN

In collaboration with PYT Fairfield and the Afghan art community, Belvoir presents Art for Afghanistan, a series of short video reflections that celebrate 5 Afghan artists, their art and their stories. Art for Afghanistan celebrates Afghan art and culture and aims to raise funds for Action Aid’s emergency response through …

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ADM familiarizes detainees with UAE culture

Sharjah24: Over 120 male and female inmates at Sharjah Penitentiary and Correctional Facility have been targeted by various programs designed by the Sharjah Museums Authority (SMA) as part of its commitment to accessibility and social responsibility . Inmates praised the positive initiative and said they entertained, educated and encouraged them …

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The work of a Japanese calligrapher chosen as the cover image for the Promenade des Arts

calligraphy at the age of 7 in her hometown of Hiroshima, Japan, puts her whole body into her work.” title=”Arts Walk cover artist Chiyo Sanada, who began studying calligraphy at the age of 7 in her hometown of Hiroshima, Japan, puts her whole body into her work.” loading=”lazy”/> Arts Walk …

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Dubai Opera hosts landmark cultural exhibition

The Khawla Art & Cultural Foundation unveils its first official exhibition of the emblem of the United Arab Emirates, the Dubai Opera. The foundation’s exhibition explores powerful works that celebrate color, faith, calligraphy and poetry and aims to invite Arab and international audiences to discover them. The exhibition coincides with …

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Chinese Language Week: It’s More Than Language

BRYA INGRAM Dancers perform the culturally significant Lotus Dance under the direction of dance teacher Tina Chen. The dances were to be part of the Marlborough Chinese Language Week celebrations. Opinion: Chinese calligraphy is not as easy as it sounds! The way you hold the brush, the amount of paint …

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Buddhism and Japanese Art: Hakuin Ekaku and Chinese Philosophy

Buddhism and Japanese art: Hakuin Ekaku and Chinese philosophy Lee jay walker Modern times of Tokyo Revered Zen Buddhist Hakuin Ekaku (1686-1769) understood the importance of connecting with ordinary people. Thus, under his tutelage and wisdom, he helped restore the vitality of stagnant Rinzai Buddhism. Hakuin was born in Hara …

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What’s the buzz in Pune: September 24-30

LIFFI 2021 The 6th Lonavala International Film Festival India (LIFFI) 2021 will be held online September 24-26; from October 1 to 3; and from October 8 to 10, from 6 p.m. each day. Viewers can watch movies and participate in the panel through an app. For more details and registration, …

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Library hosting a calligraphy session

September 23, 2021 Grant weak | Getty Images The Jacksonville Public Library will host a Chinese Calligraphy class. California-based calligraphy instructor JoJo will lead the 1-hour class on October 9, which will offer a brief history of Chinese calligraphy and instruction in proper writing techniques. Participants will have the opportunity …

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US government to help restore and renovate Frere Hall

New U.S. Consul General in Karachi Mark Stroh has pledged to support the government of Sindh to preserve historically significant cultural sites in Karachi, saying the U.S. government will also help with the renovation and restoration from Brother Hall. He said this during a visit to the Salle des Frères …

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Cambridge buildings shortlisted for the 2021 RIBA Stirling Prize

Cambridge Central Mosque, located on Mill Road, is shortlisted for this year’s RIBA Stirling Awardcmglee / Wikimedia Commons Cambridge Central Mosque and the housing complex for key workers in Eddington are two of six buildings shortlisted for the 2021 Stirling Prize, the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) announced on …

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Fleeing teachers put Hong Kong schools in disarray

High school students parade with the Chinese national flag during the morning assembly on the first day of the new mandate in Hong Kong on September 1, 2021. File / Reuters Sara Cheng, Reuters For his last class in Hong Kong in July, liberal studies professor Fong showed his students …

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Mubarak Hemoudi portrays Sudan’s legacy from the United States

“There is no home for Sudanese painters, no contemporary art museum, no permanent exhibition space in Sudan.” Issam Abdel Hafeez Artist and art professor at the University of Science and Technology of Sudan Hemoudi complains about the lack of support for artists in Sudan, starting with infrastructure, especially the scarcity …

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Discover new skills at Lewes Priory

Lewes Priory The tour is organized by Lewes Priory Trust and is part of an EU funded project that has been heavily postponed. It marks the end of the UK’s participation in the Erasmus exchange program. Sy Morse Brown, Chairman of the Lewes Priory Trust, said: “Visitors will be working …

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5 scenes from Alif that gave us goosebumps! look here

LSA 21: 5 scene from Alif that gave us goosebumps! look here Geo TV’s hit drama series Alif needs no introduction. Hamza star Ali Abbasi and Sajal Aly has captured the hearts of millions with the heartfelt directing of Haseeb Hassan and the unconventional script by Umera Ahmed. The addition …

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University of Kashmir holds calligraphy competition

Visual of a student doing calligraphy (Photo / ANI) Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Aug. 28 (ANI): The cultural wing of the University of Kashmir held a calligraphy competition on Saturday as the University reopens with Covid-19 guidelines after two years since its closure due to the lockdown. “In Kashmir, …

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Hung Liu, Artist Who Mixed East and West, Dies at 73

Hung Liu, a Chinese-American artist whose work fused past and present, East and West, earning praise in her adopted country and censorship in her homeland, has died August 7 at his home in Oakland, California. She was 73 years old. . The cause was pancreatic cancer, the Nancy Hoffman Gallery, …

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Tabuk… the third station for “Arabic Calligraphy” murals

TABUK – The Tabuk region is currently hosting the “Arabic Calligraphy” wall painting activities organized by the Ministry of Culture, in cooperation with the municipality of the region. The murals of Arabic calligraphy are part of the efforts of the Ministry of Culture to activate the “Year of Arabic Calligraphy …

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The pencil mentality

Why do some ink pens write better than others? I have a cheap BIC pen that I have had for months and I write like a calligrapher with the thing. Every time I write something with it, I am amazed at the beauty of my writing. On the other hand, …

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A conversation with Saleh Aldasouqi, MD

06 Aug 2021 3 minutes to read Source / Disclosures Published by: Source: Healio maintenance Disclosures: Aldasouqi does not report any relevant financial disclosure. ADD A SUBJECT TO E-MAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are posted on Please provide your email address to receive an email when new …

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Handmade paper Enrico Magnani Pescia

CULTURE Handmade paper Enrico Magnani Pescia Deirdre Pirro August 5, 2021 – 9:47 to share Write it down in your calendar today so you don’t miss this unique upcoming event. Of From September 16 to 19, the 27th edition of the Artigianato e Palazzo exhibition will be held at the …

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A new exhibition dedicated to the fate of wildlife

A new exhibition in Suffolk will highlight the plight of some of the UK’s animals and habitats. “On a Knife Edge” at the Lettering Arts Trust will see 28 works by artists depicting endangered animals, plants and habitats. The exhibition features pieces of stone carving, calligraphy, printmaking and woodcarving that …

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MTR station takes Hong Kong commuters back in time

Passengers take photos of an exhibit titled Treasures of the Sacred Hill at Sung Wong Toi subway station in Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on July 6. [Photo/Xinhua] Hundreds of railroad enthusiasts rushed to the entrance to Sung Wong Toi Station in Kowloon District at around 5 a.m. local time …

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Stories of love and hope in the West Bank conflict zone

No matter the adversity and how hopeless the situation may seem, in the end love always wins. This is the inherent message that Hyderabadi filmmaker Pranav Pingle tries to convey through his documentary series. Busy. Pranav, a freelance documentary maker, along with Prithvi Chahal (director of photography) and Arvind Menon …

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Painting and winged chariot of time

Gritty – in all its senses – is the word that comes to mind when I think of the work of Gandy Brodie (1924-1975) and Peter Acheson (born 1954), two artists of different generations on whom I have already written. The other word that comes to mind is “aberration”. Working …

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What’s new at Royal Mansour Marrakech

The lavish property considered one of the most luxurious hotels in the Red City welcomes travelers with a wealth of new and unique experiences. The sumptuous hall of the Royal Mansour, Marrakech. Mansour Royal A maze of alleys leads to luxurious riads, shaded courtyards and sumptuous dining and relaxation areas …

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Best luxury hotels in Fez, Morocco

Dating from the 9th century, Fez (or Fez) is home to the largest medina in North Africa, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Once the capital of Morocco, it is a cultural center, often similar to a labyrinth, with thousands of winding alleys and the largest pedestrianized urban area in the …

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Benefits of handwriting over typing and watching videos

Washington [US], July 9 (ANI): Handwriting is increasingly obscured by the ease of use of computers and phones, but new research shows handwriting is surprisingly better than learning the same material in typing and watching videos. Helps you learn certain skills which are quicker and significantly better. .. The results …

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A dazzling array of Chinese works of art auctioned

On Thursday, a group of 800 works of art will be auctioned off at the Shanghai Council Spring Auction at the Shanghai Grand Theater. Showcasing modern Chinese ink wash paintings, calligraphy, jewelry, antiques and ancient Buddha statues, an auction will be held Tuesday and Wednesday at the Shanghai Grand Theater. …

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a special portrait exhibition in Korea

04.07.2021 – Seoul, Korea – Bereket Alemayehu Photographs by Bereket Alemayehu ART EXHIBITION As honorary reporter of the Korean Culture and Information Service this year, a group of reporters based in Korea had the privilege of visiting the special exhibition titled “Icons and Identities” presented by the Korea National Museum …

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Women’s work presented at the Arts Center Washington

The Biddick Lane Gallery presents the Srijoni Project, which involves women from diverse communities supporting each other through arts and crafts activities. The project was set up and managed by Sangini, a multicultural women’s organization led by black and ethnic minorities and based in Sunderland. Sangini means “friend” in Hindi. …

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Lunch in our chic garden with ETRO at the Reform Club

There are outdoor lunches, and then there is Daily alfresco lunches: where chic style is undoubtedly served in abundance. Last weekend, The Daily gathered in the Hamptons with Milanese luxury label ETRO for a garden gathering like no other. The intimate celebration took place in the lush gardens of Amagansett’s …

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Van Gogh’s virtual exhibition will attract buyers to Dubai

Published on: 06/28/2021 – 6:44 PMAmended: 06/28/2021 – 6:42 PM Dubai (AFP) Buyers and art lovers alike will soon be able to experience Van Gogh’s masterpieces projected on walls and floors in an immersive experience in a Dubai mall. The installation by French company Culturespaces is reminiscent of “Loving Vincent”, …

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This exhibition of Saudi calligraphy is not to be missed

Images courtesy of the Ministry of Culture The exhibition “Scripts and Calligraphy: A Timeless Journey”, the latest initiative under the aegis of the Saudi Ministry of Culture of the Year of Arabic Calligraphy, kicked off the Kingdom’s cultural calendar. After a year of virtual events and initiatives, the Riyadh National …

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