Mohamed baghdady

(Egyptian, 1948) specializes in Arabic calligraphy. He received a bachelor’s degree from the faculty of commerce in 1972. He proceeded to study photography at the Faculty of Fine Arts in the independent study department under the supervision of Dr. Hamed Nada. Baghdady obtained a diploma in Arabic calligraphy from the School of Improving Arabic Calligraphy at Saidia School in Giza as well as a specialized diploma of higher gilding in the Fatimid Kufic script. Finally he received a postgraduate diploma from the Journalism Department, Faculty of Mass Communication, Cairo University. He is a member of four different syndicates; the Egyptian Writers Union, the Syndicate of Journalists, the Publishers Association and the Syndicate of Fine Artists. He worked as a technical supervisor for Sabah Al-Khair magazine from 1980 to 1986 and for Rosal Youssef magazine from 1986 to 1989. He was a publisher and editor-in-chief of the “Ibn Arous” magazine for colloquial poetry. Baghdady supervised the editing of the Golden Book in 1988. He worked as a technical advisor to the General Authority for Cultural Palaces, the Supreme Council of Culture, and the National Library and Documentation House. He was the Vice President of the Egyptian General Assembly of Arabic Calligraphy. Currently he is a journalist for the Good Morning magazine, Rosal Youssef, where he leads the cultural, literary and theater department.

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Mohamed baghdady

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(Egyptian, 1948) specializes in Arabic calligraphy. He received a bachelor’s degree from the faculty of commerce in 1972. He proceeded to study photography at the Faculty of Fine Arts in the independent study department under the supervision of Dr. Hamed Nada. Baghdady obtained a diploma in Arabic calligraphy from the School of Improving Arabic Calligraphy at Saidia School in Giza as well as a specialized diploma of higher gilding in the Fatimid Kufic script. Finally he received a postgraduate diploma from the Journalism Department, Faculty of Mass Communication, Cairo University. He is a member of four different syndicates; the Egyptian Writers Union, the Syndicate of Journalists, the Publishers Association and the Syndicate of Fine Artists. He worked as a technical supervisor for Sabah Al-Khair magazine from 1980 to 1986 and for Rosal Youssef magazine from 1986 to 1989. He was a publisher and editor-in-chief of the “Ibn Arous” magazine for colloquial poetry. Baghdady supervised the editing of the Golden Book in 1988. He worked as a technical advisor to the General Authority for Cultural Palaces, the Supreme Council of Culture, and the National Library and Documentation House. He was the Vice President of the Egyptian General Assembly of Arabic Calligraphy. Currently he is a journalist for the Good Morning magazine, Rosal Youssef, where he leads the cultural, literary and theater department.

PE325
Women
1,000$