Anatolian, Ottoman, Islamic and Turkish Arts
Ebru Water Marbling
Water Marbling, also known as Ebru, is a surface design which produces patterns like natural stones or smooth marble. Color is floated on viscous solution called size and it is transmitted to paper or fabric in some cases. It may be applied on a surface written Calligraphy. It is used for designing bookbinding, book covers and stationary.
Please contact your ACC Regional Office for more information about Water Marbling, Ebru Class.
Calligraphy is also known as “Lettering” and Caligraphy is called as “Letterer“. Callighraphy is art of writing.It is the design of writing or lettering with a special instrument, brush or pen. Calligraphy is a part of visual arts, giving form to letters in harmonious, skillful and expressive manner.
Callighraphy is used at wedding and event invitations, graphics design and Islamic art.
Please contact ACC Regional Office for more information about Calligraphy Class.
Ney is a musical instrument mostly used in Anatolian, Turkish, Sufi and Middle Eastern music. Ney has been used for 5,000 years and this makes it one of the oldest musical instrument. Also Ney is the only wind insturment in many traditions.
Turkish Ney has 7 holes, 6 ones are at front and the one at back for thumb.
Please contact ACC Regional Office for more information about Ney Class.