Corpus ID: 190827126

Interrelated Histories, Practices, and Forms of Communication: Using Arabic Calligraphy to Learn Arabic Typography

@inproceedings{AlAnsari2015InterrelatedHP,
  title={Interrelated Histories, Practices, and Forms of Communication: Using Arabic Calligraphy to Learn Arabic Typography},
  author={Banan Ahmed Al-Ansari},
  year={2015}
}
  • Banan Ahmed Al-Ansari
  • Published 2015
  • Art
  • In this self-study inquiry, I studied my graphic design practice in a professional setting, focusing on my Arabic typographic skills and knowledge. My roles as researcher and design educator indivisibly intertwined throughout this research. I worked to understand the value of calligraphy in art and design education, highlighting its power as an art form while also emphasizing its pedagogical potentials. I utilized two theoretical approaches suited to investigating and understanding the Arabic… CONTINUE READING

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