For this project in Shuyang, China, UAD has used architecture to encapsulate the area’s long-held tradition of calligraphy. The recent intervention, measuring an expansive 112,752 ft2 (10,475 m2), is designed to house a new calligraphy art gallery for Shuyang, which is known as the birthplace of the traditional Chinese brush writing.
Among the authors of the new issue of the magazine is Yuri Arutsev, an outstanding master, creator of the author’s school “Russian Calligraphy and Ligature” and the Museum of Russian National Writing, Alexander Zolotarev, curator of the Museum of Russian National Writing, and Oksana Khukhrina, educational artist, fine art expert and co-founder of the First School of Chinese Calligraphy in St. Petersburg.
On July 1, Malaysian calligrapher, a participant in the International Calligraphy Exhibition project, Mr. Abu Bakar Abdul Baki, celebrates his birthday. He successfully combines his creative activities with the teaching of Islamic calligraphy at the International Islamic University of Malaysia.
Today, June 30, Mr. Li Xiaozheng, a wonderful calligrapher, friend of the World Calligraphy Museum, is celebrating his birthday. The director of the museum, Alexey Shaburov, as well as the entire staff of the World Calligraphy Museum congratulate Mr. Li on this day, wish him good health, creative success and endless inspiration.
Alexey Shaburov: “We are Together”. Cultural exchange is an important part of international cooperation
In January 2020, Alexey Shaburov, the Russian World Calligraphy Museum founder and the Sokolniki Exhibition and Convention Center president, found out that his beloved China had great difficulties. To express his support for the people of Wuhan, he invited Russian artist Yuri Koverdyayev and Chinese calligrapher Kun Lingmin to paint the picture “China, hold on! Wuhan, hold on! ” It was donated to the Chinese Embassy in Russia
Iranian calligraphy is seeking to be registered on the UNESCO List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. All documents about the Iranian art have been sent to UNESCO in a file, Mostafa Purali, a senior official with the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts, said on Saturday.