Persian Carpets: One Day Workshop

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Carnegie Museum of Art says
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Two options: Wednesday, September 23rd or Saturday, September 26th
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Carpet weaving is an ancient art form closely associated with the Persian Empire which includes modern-day Iran. Iranian arts scholar and Persian rug practitioner Soude Dadras will introduce the history of carpet making in her home country and will lead students through the process of traditional carpet weaving. Students will learn basic knot tying of pile carpets, including the Gabbeh long-pile carpet, and will weave a very small Kilim, or smooth surface carpet.

About Soude Dadras
Visiting Iranian arts scholar at the University of Pittsburgh, Soude Dadras, specializes in the history of Iranian hand-weaving including Persian carpets of which she is a practitioner. Her ongoing research includes Ancient Iranian Portraits and the Goddess Sculpture in Ancient Persia. She was resident carpet expert at the Iranian Carpet Museum in Tehran and was a founder and board member of the Carpet Society at Islamic Azad University. She has lectured extensively on the history of Iranian art at international locations including the Kyoto City International Foundation in Kyoto, Japan.
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By: Carnegie Museum of Art

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