Local press coverage of my upcoming Islamic art courses

A lovely article* on my upcoming Islamic art classes published in the Slough and Windsor Observer today! So much looking forward to this! First classes are on the 27th of June, running throughout the summer. Book soon to receive a … Continue reading

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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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