Applied Photography Workshop

Following the Basic Photography Education, this course focused on training the photography enthusiasts to go further by applying the theoretical education in practice through our photo excursions.

Painting Workshop for Children

Art education teaches to see the beauty and aesthetic values. While studying art in a group, children also learn to identify themselves and develop their imagination. Thus improving their social skills that positively shape their personality.

Classical Language in Ottoman Architecture and its Reflections on Present Day

The IDC`s special event for the month of December in 2016, where notable guest speakers are invited as a special surprise of the month.

Sketching Workshop

The painter and artist Ms.Canan Atmaca teaches sketching techniques with application of colour combination, perspective and tonal structure. 5 Nov, 2016 - 28 Jan, 2017

Photography Workshop

This educational program on basics of photography is beyond theoretical course, focused on teaching by practice, so that every photography enthusiast leaves with all the necessary knowledge and training. 5 Nov - 24 Dec, 2016

New Book is Published

The Istanbul Design Publications have published the first book of Ms.Serap Ekizler Sönmez titled `Pentagonal Geometric Patterns on Minbars of Mimar Sinan`s Mosques`. The book is in Turkish and can be purchased at ensarkitap.com

Painting Workshop with Cemal Toy

The painter and artist Mr. Cemal Toy teaches painting techniques at the IDC, where anyone committed to painting are welcome to join.

Fundamentals of Art Education with Reza Hemmatirad

The program teaches basics of art studies to everyone who wish to pursue the subject professionally, who want to start with a solid foundation in arts education.

Original Calligraphy Workshop

This workshop teaches the basics of the Kufic script; an ancient writing style of the Holy Qur`an; the first Islamic writing type, and the starting point of the calligraphic variaties.

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