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This is a small museum, just a court yard and another room, which expands to about triple the size, when there is a special exhibition.
When I visited, luckily, there was a special exhibition, introducing a living master of calligraphy. Both the Special Exhibition and...More
First of all, the museum needs better directions, we were going there from the Al Hisn Fort, got directions from the staff there and still couldn't find it. We walked in the wrong direction, asked several passerby's before we were told to go back the...More
In the Islamic world Calligraphy is greatly revered. It is a great skill to have & there are courses running most of the time. They do not cost much & materials are all available very reasonably. At the time of writing a very knowledgeable Iraqi...More
The Museum itself is small but contains a lot of information about Arabic Calligraphy. The tools and the method used for Calligraphy were also on display. There are also free workshops every week on Arabic Calligraphy so if it interests you you could check with...More
The museum has an exhibition of calligraphy plus a workshop. Its truly beautiful and worth as a visit. A minimal entry fee is required. Nice and helpful staff.
Located close to bank street as a major landmark. Its close to Rolla Park.
Beautiful exhibition which we visited during the calligraphy biennale (which also meant free entrance!). Beautiful art, unfortunately absolutely no explanations, and this is a shame as there are various styles exhibited.
The museum was showcasing an exhibition of calligraphy from around the Islamic world at the time of our visit. Three additional exhibition halls were utilized to display this illustration of how calligraphy is art suitable for framing and display on the wall. There were a...More
Today we visited the Sharjah Calligraphy Museum and Calligraphy Workshop next door. What a beautiful exhibit!
The museum consists of about four or five large rooms with 10-20 pieces in each room. You are free to wander the collection at your own pace. People who...More
This museum is part of the heritage village complex, but worth a separate review, and if time is short do not be tempted to leave it out of your visit. We were lucky to visit during the exhibition of entries from the 2016 Calligraphy Biennial...More