Geometric exhibition at Harris Museum & Art Gallery

Posted on - 25th April, 2014 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - City Centre, Preston City Centre, Things to Do in and around Preston, What's On in Preston



The Harris Museum in Preston is hosting a special Islamic design event on 28 April.

Geometric brings to you the beauty of Islamic geometric design, and displays the and the breath-taking skill of the craftsmen who created them.

Eric Broug will show some of the masterpieces of this design tradition, both in art and architecture.

From the Alhambra to Fatehpur Sikri, and Isfahan to Baghdad, learn of the immense skill of the craftsmen in designing these geometric compositions.

Eric Broug has been studying Islamic geometric design for 25 years and has written two books on the subject.

He runs Broug Atellers Ltd, a design and educational company that specialises in Islamic geometric design.

To book telephone 01772 905414 or email 

Free Admission including tea and refreshments

Monday 28 April 5pm-6.30pm

Harris Museum and Art Gallery
Market Square

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