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An online portraiture workshop inspired by the teachings of the Sufi poet, saint and mystic, Jami. Taught by professional portrait artist Jake Sherwood. Saturday 26th September at 11am Duration of workshop: 1½ hours Materials needed: Charcoal and chalk, a HB pencil, and 3-4 sheets of paper. BOOK your free place through this Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/poetry-and-portraiture-online-art-workshop-tickets-121603482289?ref=estw If … Continue reading Poetry and portraiture – online art workshop
Saturday 19th September 2020, 10am – 1pm The School of Sufi Teaching is taking part in Open House 2020. For more information and to book a place on the tour visit the Open House Festival website: https://openhouselondon.open-city.org.uk/listings/8630 To book place on the tour, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/new-zawiya-in-bethnal-green-tickets-118040884463 Due to UK government guidelines on Covid-19 we have had … Continue reading Open House Festival 2020
Online Art Workshop Led by Saba Kafil Learn To Draw A Pattern From The Al Hambra A geometry drawing workshop for beginners led by artist and garden designer Saba Kafil will take place online on Saturday 8th August 2020 at 11 am GST. Participants will learn how to draw a pattern taken from the Al … Continue reading Online Art Workshop with Saba Kafil
Deadline: 12 noon. Friday. 31 July 2020 UNITY in MULTIPLICITY Open call to musicians and poets – online submissions This is an open call to musicians, poets and spoken word artists to present work on the theme of unity in multiplicity.
Deadline: 12 noon. Monday. 15th June 2020. SANCTUARY Open call to musicians and poets – online submissions This is an open call to musicians, poets and spoken word artists to present new works on the theme of ‘sanctuary’.
Deadline: 12 noon Monday 15th June 2020. FAITH IN THE CITY WE INHABIT Call out to artists and designers – online submissions This is a call out to artists and designers to showcase new artworks on the theme of ‘faith in the city we inhabit’.