An exhibition of works by artists and designers who are teaching and researching at VCUQatar.
VCUQatar and FITCH are pleased to invite the you to attend a special talk with Rodney Fitch : Founder and Chairperson of FITCH Worldwide.
VCUQatar is proud to present the third biannual Hamad bin Khalifa Symposium on Islamic Art entitled "Diverse Are Their Hues".
The exhibition transit brings together the works of four Australian visual artists: Meredith Brice, Stephen Copland, Karee S Dahl and Colin Reaney.
Oliver Watson's lecture focuses on an object that has been the subject of considerable controversy: an inscribed penbox of intricately-carved ivory, dated 394H/1003 AD, which is part of the collection of the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar.
A lecture by Johan Granberg, focusing on his two-year stay in Papua New Guinea highlighting his experiences teaching design and working as a designer in an indigenous culture.
Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar's Graphic Design Department presents a lecture by renowned Iraqi calligrapher Wissam Shawkat entitled 'Calligraphy: Tradition to Contemporary Practice' on 15, September 2009 at 7:00 PM at the atrium in VCUQatar.
Curated by Dr. Abdulla Al Thani and Jochen Sokoly in cooperation with Al-Markhia Gallery, Doha.
VCUQatar is hosting Career Day on 22 April so students can meet prospective employers at the event.
The Graphic Design Department at VCUQatar invites you to attend the IHPE experience in Qatar under the theme: Heritage in Qatar.
Nada Sehnaoui, a visual artist living and working in Beirut, will create an installation at The Gallery in VCUQatar conceived as a space of meditation on the bombardment of Beirut by Israeli warplanes in the summer of 2006.
Mousharaka / The Icograda Design Week in Qatar, presented by VCUQatar, is composed of the Education Symposium and the Professional Conference, where prominent speakers will share perspectives on design and design collaborations.
Selected list of art and artists through the eyes of collectors in Qatar.
Dr. Jochen Sokoly will deliver a lecture entitled 'Threads of History: Textiles of the Abbasid and Fatimid caliphates', focusing on a group of inscribed textiles from Egypt and the Central Islamic lands commonly known as tiraz textiles.