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Amazigh Arts in Morocco: Women Shaping Berber Identity ...
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Amazigh Arts in Morocco: Women Shaping Berber Identity
Book Title :Amazigh Arts in Morocco: Women Shaping Berber Identity
In southeastern Morocco, around the oasis of Tafilalet, the Ait Khabbash people weave brightly coloured carpets, embroider indigo head coverings, paint their faces with saffron, and wear ornate jewellery. Their...
Date: 2017-12-15 14:35:03
Promoting Visual Arts in Marrakech - Morocco
The very words 'Morocco' and 'Marrakech' conjure up visions of glamorous, exotic and mysterious locations, so it's no wonder that many foreign films have been shot on location in this fascinating North African country over the decades since moving pictures became a popular means of entertainment. The Lumière brothers of France are believed to have been the earliest filmmakers in history, and...
Best of Morocco - Art Morocco
Morocco's contemporary art scene had a boost with the opening of some significant public-funded and private galleries as well as some key exhibitions showcasing Moroccan modern art abroad. Although foreign and diaspora collectors have always been important, Nadia Echiguer, Director of UK-based art dealers, Moroccan Fine Art, explains the role of a developing economy in the promotion and sale of...
Best 2 Bachelors of Arts (BAs) in Morocco 2018
Bachelor of Arts in visual communication�will work on a diverse range of projects including websites and visual presentations. This 3-year course will cover the technical aspects of visual design using the latest digital tools as well as looking at the business approach to projects.�
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Culture of Morocco - Wikipedia
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Taraditonal Moroccan metalwork, Fes . 2004 photo
Dar, the name given to one of the most common types of domestic structures in Morocco, is a home found in a medina, or walled urban area of a city. Most Moroccan homes traditionally adhere to the Dar al-Islam, a series of tenets on Islamic domestic life.  Dar exteriors are typically devoid of ornamentation and...
Date: 2017-12-05 13:57:56