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How to Read a Painting?

This is an interactive talk to show participants how to read and decode different aspects of paintings by analysing their elements.

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Installation Art

Looking beyond 2D and 3D art, we will explore artists who create windows into new worlds through their immersive art works.

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Politics in Contemporary Art

This lecture will draw parallels between prominent contemporary artists who are using their creative practices to bring to light political issues of present day.

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Arab Dresses and Veils: An Introduction to the Arab Fashion

Contrary to popular opinion, different Arab nations and different regions have their own preferred dress and headscarf types. The versatility of Arab dresses is often the source of confusion. In this blog post, we’ll highlight some elements of the traditional Arab garments, worn in different parts of the Arabic world.

Chinese Calligraphy Styles: How to Tell them Apart

Chinese Calligraphy Styles: How to Tell them Apart

Calligraphy has a special status in China, as the Chinese culture is devoted to the power of the written word. Over time, the changes in the materials, tools and government requirements, caused calligraphy to transform. Old styles were pushed aside as new, more modern styles appeared. Here are some ways you can tell apart different Chinese calligraphy styles.

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The Art of the Japanese Tea Ceremony

The tea ceremony has a special place in Japanese culture. Preparing and drinking tea is a meditative process that brings tranquillity, and balance to participators, by allowing them to forget about the daily problems and immerse themselves into the way of the tea.