23008679210_124b0df109In Spring 2019 Art of Islamic Pattern will run a five-day workshop in Isfahan, Iran. Classes will take place close to Naghsh-i Jahan Square and UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.

The study trip included visits to some of the most remarkable architectural masterpieces in the Islamic world: the Shaykh lutfallah mosque (1619), the Shah mosque (1629), the Jāmeh Mosque (from 771) and several other sites of cultural and artistic significance.

The course offered the opportunity to experience making geometric and biomorphic designs using traditional methods, on-site.

The course  included an illumination class with the celebrated artist Farkhondeh Ahmadzadeh. Participants will learn how to paint and use gold leaf to decorate patterns drawn on the course.

Note: As with all our study trips, all teaching material will be based upon local sources. The content is different to our London courses.

To register your interest in the 2019 Isfahan trip please email islamicpattern@gmail.com

To view Art of Islamic Pattern’s previous study trips take a look at the picture galleries.

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Course Details

Study Trip2019 trip dates TBC
5 day Intensive10am - 5pm (approximate timings)
Course fee£720 (excluding flights and accommodation)
Accommodation
FlightsDirect flights from London to Isfahan are available for £450 with Turkish Airlines & Austrian Airlines
VISA A tourist visa is required to visit Iran, costs vary depending on nationality. We have arranged a discounted rate with Travel Local more details on request.
Terms & ConditionsWe require a 50% deposit of £275 to reserve a place on the study trip. The balance of £275 is payable 4 weeks before departure. We ask for an additional £100 deposit to reserve accommodation. The deposit can be transferred to another study trip, or UK course, if 8 weeks notice of cancellation is given.
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