New studio and new Islamic art courses, yay!

UPDATE: 20% DISCOUNT off courses booked before the 27th of June 2015. For further info email: info@ayeshagamiet.com I am super happy and excited to tell you of my new studio where I will be teaching new Islamic art courses taking … Continue reading

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New work added to my gallery!

…and about time, too! New work has been added to the artwork and illustration galleries, and I have updated the workshop section with images from my classes in Doha and Cambridge. Pop along and take a look! P.S. This beautiful … Continue reading

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Photos from my workshops at the Doha Museum of Islamic Art (MIA)

Hope you enjoy these photographs from my workshops at the Doha Museum of Islamic Art! In October, I delivered a week long set of Islamic manuscript illumination workshops where I taught adults and children, and provided training to museum staff … Continue reading

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Workshops at the Museum of Islamic Arts (MIA), Doha

Afternoon all! Some exciting news – I will be teaching a series of Islamic manuscript illumination workshops at the Museum of Islamic Arts in Doha next month from the 26th – 31st Oct 2014. I’m also giving a demonstration on … Continue reading

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Teaching at Cambridge University

I recently delivered an Islamic art workshop to trainee art teachers on the PGCE course at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. I demonstrated a few simple techniques that these new art teachers could use to generate Islamic-inspired floral … Continue reading

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Quick trip to Istanbul…

I was in Istanbul last week for a very quick trip during the Easter holiday. Here are a few pictures of what I got up to: I attended an ebru (Turkish paper marbling) workshop. Below are some images of my … Continue reading

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Workshops in Doha

I have recently returned to the UK after delivering a series of workshops in Doha, Qatar. For two weeks in July / August 2012, myself and two colleagues from the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts led Islamic art classes at … Continue reading

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Interested in running a workshop with me?

Interested in learning about Islamic and/or traditional arts? If so, why not book me for a workshop? Please contact me to find out about classes in geometry, arabesque design, colour harmony and illuminated manuscripts. And don’t forget to check out the … Continue reading

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Islamic manuscript illumination course at the PSTA

I will be teaching a new course in Islamic manuscript illumination at the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts in London. The course will run over 4 Saturdays from the 22nd of October – 12th November 2011, from 10am – 4.30pm. Enrolment … Continue reading

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May-June 2011 Abu Dhabi workshops

Firstly, to all of my blog readers – I am so sorry for the delay in updating my posts! These past few months have been crazy busy, and it’s been difficult to find the time and space to sit down … Continue reading

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