INTRODUCTION TO ARABIC CALLIGRAPHY WORKSHOP
This workshop is scheduled once a week for 5 weeks; classes are 1 hour each.
Fee: KD 25 (materials included)
Please note: a minimum of 5 students is required for this workshop. If less than 5 registered, this workshop will be cancelled.
Limited Seats. Prior Email registration is required at email@example.com
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GUIDED TOUR: GRAND MOSQUE
For a rewarding, spiritual & informative experience.
This is a 1½ tour of one of Kuwait’s most famous landmarks. Ladies are required to cover - long sleeves and long ankle length skirt, otherwise the mosque will provide a cloak. If you have your own scarf you’re welcome to bring it.
Cameras are allowed. Children are welcome.
This tour meets directly at the Grand Mosque
This tour does not require prior registration.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.
DIWANIYA: THE USE OF NATURAL DYES IN TRADITIONAL SADU WEAVING
Dr Ali Alnajadah, Asst. Professor and Head of the Department of Interior Design for the Public Authority of Applied Education and Training and as a Weaving Consultant for the Al Sadu Weaving Cooperative Society.
He has been studying natural dyes for some time now and in particular the ones favored and used by the Bedouin weavers in Kuwait in particular and has participated in International symposiums on natural dyes. The latest being the International Forum on Natural Dyes and Weft in Taiwan from 15th – 16th October 2014 in collaboration with Dr Keirene Canavan of Cardiff Metropolitan University and a Reaserch Fellow for the Al Sadu Weaving Cooperative Society.
This lecture will be followed by dinner.
Advance Registration is required at firstname.lastname@example.org
GUIDED TOUR: SADU HOUSE
Fee: KD 3 per person
The Sadu House is the place to discover the Bedouin art of weaving, its styles and history. Established in 1979 and now renovated it exhibits a wonderful collection of textiles.
Souvenirs are also available for purchase in the on-site shop. Perfect gifts for friends and family back home.
This tour includes a Sadu Weaving Demonstration.
Advance reservations required at email@example.com
GUIDED TOUR: RED FORT
Fee: KD 3 per person
The Red Fort in Jahra is a desolated palace. Built almost 100 years ago it was the desert Palace of the Al-Sabah family. It is also the site of an historical battle in Kuwait's history.
Join AWARE’s tour of this desolate fort to gain an insight into Kuwait's history.
Bus & refreshments provided by AWARE
Limited Seats. Advance reservations required at firstname.lastname@example.org