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A PLACE IN PATTERN: ISLAMIC ART AND ITS INFLUENCE IN BRITISH ARTS & CRAFTS

“To us pattern designers Persia has become a holy land, for there in the process of time our art was perfected, and thence above all places it spread to cover for a while the world, east and west.” – William Morris 1882 This online exhibition features original work by researcher and artist Dr Sara Choudhrey alongside works […]

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Islamic Metalwork from the Courtauld Gallery

A small selection of the Courtauld Gallery’s important collection of Islamic inlaid brassware contains some of the finest examples of this intricate and refined craft. This significant collection is comprised of Islamic metalwork ranging in date from the 13th to the 16th centuries. It was formed by one of the great Victorian art collectors. Thomas […]

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Medieval Islamic art and modern computer theory meet at UK maths conference

Samira Mian - Teacher

Internationally renowned experts in a medieval Islamic art form and in cutting-edge computer science will be among the wealth of speakers, at the Association of Teachers of Mathematics’ Annual Conference. Around 180 delegates – including subject teachers and lecturers, national educational policy makers, mathematics consultancy organisations, businesses and others – are due to attend the […]

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