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Art of Islamic Geometry
You will be instructed to create a 16th Century Ottoman Design used in the Edirne Selimiye Mosque in Turkey.
Geometric patterns make up one of the three nonfigural types of decoration in Islamic art, which also include calligraphy and vegetal patterns. Whether isolated or used in combination with nonfigural ornamentation or figural representation, geometric patterns are popularly associated with Islamic art, largely due to their aniconic quality. These abstract designs not only adorn the surfaces of monumental Islamic architecture but also function as the major decorative element on a vast arrayView more
The event is free with suggested donation $15. You can make the donation upon arrival. This event became possible with a Salt Lake County Zap Tier 2 grant.
Refreshments will be served.
Contact: (801) 462-6402
6715 S 1300 E, Ste 100, Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121