Ahad, 26 April 2009

GENERASI PELAPIS KHAT

Cikgu Salawi tenaga pengajar seni Zukhruf Al-Mashoor

Suasana santai pembelajaran seni khat

Berminat!

Amir Khan Berpotensi

Fulamak! cantik betol...

Kelab Seni Khat Al-Mashoor ditubuhkan pada bulan Julai 2007. Mempunyai tenaga pengajar seni khat dan seni zukhruf yang berpengalaman. setelah 2 tahun berlalu beberapa bakat muda telah dapat dicungkil, antaranya Amir Khan, Mohd shahril Mustafa, Hafiz Rosli dan beberapa orang lagi yang begitu terserlah penulisan mereka. InsyaAllah pelajar-pelajar ini akan meneruskan perjuangan dalam bidang ini.

Rabu, 22 April 2009

AKTIVITI SENI KHAT DI SMKA AL-MASHOOR

Tan Sri Memberi Komen yang berguna dan disaksikan oleh pengetua Al Mashoor Tuan Haji Syed Baharum Syed Husin, Penolong kanan 1. Cikgu Abd Nasir Salleh dan Penolong Kanan HEM Ust Zulhazmi Zakaria


Saya sedang menulis nama Tan Sri Dato' Panglima Dr Abd Rahman Arshad

Mohd Asri Sedang menulis dengan tekun

Antara Karya-karya yang dipamerkan

Bulan ini merupakan bulan yang paling sibuk di Smka Al-Mashoor lelaki. Lawatan demi lawatan untuk melihat aktiviti-aktiviti di bawah kebitaraan Penghayatan Islam. Kunjungan dari SMK Convent bukit nenas diikuti oleh Tan Sri Dato' Panglima Dr Abd Rahman Arshad Panel Penasihat Sekolah Kluster Kecemerlangan dan hari ini dikunjungi oleh Pengetua MCKK Haji Muhammad Ruhi Muhaamad Isa yang merupakan Pengetua Cemerlang. Saya dan Ahli Kelab Seni Khat Al-Mashoor diberi tanggungjawab untuk membuat pameran dan Demontrasi. Alhamdulillah pameran kami mendapat pujian dari mereka.

MEHMED OZCAY

Mehmed Özçay was born in 1961 in the Çaykara district of the province of Trabzon, in Turkey. He completed his elementary and secondary education in Gerede, subsequently graduating from the School of Theology of Atatürk University, Erzurum, in 1986. He studied naskh and thulth scripts with the calligrapher Fuat Başar, whom he met there in 1982. In 1986, he moved to İstanbul where he met M. Uğur Derman, who became his guide in calligraphy; this gave him the opportunity to broaden his horizons and deepen his appreciation for, and knowledge of, this art.

In 1986 and 1989, Özçay participated in the first two international calligraphy competitions organized by the Research Centre for Islamic History, Art and Culture (IRCICA), winning six prizes in various categories, most notably First Prize in thulth-naskh scripts. He began to copy the Holy Qur’an in 1986; completed in 1991 and first published in 1992, that work has played a key role in the development of his mastery of naskh script, and more generally in the establishment of his career as a professional calligrapher. Fine art reproductions of his copy of the Surat Ya-Sin, as well many of his panels, have also been published...

Özçay participated in many exhibitions, both in Turkey and internationally—including the Kazema Festival for Islamic Heritage (Kuwait, 1996), the Islamic World Calligraphy Festival (Tehran, 1997), Seven Ottoman Arts that have Lived Beyond 700 Years (İstanbul, 1999), the Riyadh Calligraphy Exhibition (1999), the Holy Qur’an Exhibition (Tehran, 2000), the National Calligraphy Festival (Tunis, 2001), the Tokyo Calligraphy Exhibition (2003), Salam & Calligraphy (Doha, 2003), the Sharjah International Biennal for Arabic Calligraphy (2004), the Dubai International Calligraphy Exhibitions (2004, 2005, 2006), and the Tunis Arabic Calligraphy Days (1999, 2006).

Mehmed Özçay’s first individual show was held in conjunction with his brother Osman Özçay and his sister Fatma Özçay in May 1996 at the Yıldız Palace, İstanbul. He subsequently partook in the “Özçay” exhibitions at the National Culture Foundation (İstanbul, 1998), in Doha (November 1998), Abu Dhabi (December 1998), Sharjah (1999), and Dubai (2003). He has also served as a member of the jury in a number of international calligraphy competitions.

More than 300 of Mehmed Özçay’s calligraphic panels in jali thulth, thulth, naskh, ijazah, and jali diwani scripts are currently in various collections both in Turkey and abroad.