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Arabic Calligraphy Course

Huda Totonji

STAR E-118 Introduction to Arabic Calligraphy,
Winter 2013, 4 Credits

URL: Registration


National Geographic Museum

Arabic Calligraphy Demonstration
1001 Inventions Family Festival

1145 17th Street NW. Washington, D.C. 20036
September 8, 2012. 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Admission is free

Huda Totonji

Supported by: The Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art
Generous support provided by: GEICO

   URL: National Geographic Museum


The Lahd Gallery

 October 21- December 1, 2010

Location: London, UK

 ‘The Gulf Re-Veiled’ Exhibition Featuring Artist Huda Totonji

URL: The Lahd Gallery


International Muslim Artists Exhibition 2010

 Zeitgeist Multidisciplinary Arts Center, New Orleans, USA

November 26-December 31, 2010

Featuring Artist
Huda Totonji


URL: Zeitgeist Multidisciplinary Arts Center


Pueblo Viejo International Art Gallery

Location: Washington, DC, USA

October 24-December 12, 2010

 ‘The Sound of Peace’ Exhibition Featuring Artist

Huda Totonji


URL: Interview ‘The Sound of Peace’ Exhibition


Pepperdine University Artist Talk

 Iconography in Islamic Art: Arabic Calligraphy and Ornamentation by

 Huda Totonji

 Pepperdine University, LA, CA, USA

September 23, 2010 (2:00-3:00pm)


URL: Pepperdine University


Levantine Cultural Center: Arts and Culture of the Middle East

 Los Angeles, CA 90035, USA

April 23, 2010 (6:00pm-7:00pm)


 The Levantine Center presented a rare lecture by Huda Totonji, the master calligrapher, artist, researcher, and educator who explores the use of text and image in a variety of visual methods through the use of Islamic Calligraphy. Totonji introduced traditional and non-traditional calligraphy styles such as: Al Naskh, Al Ruqa, Al Deewani, Al Farsi, and Al Thuluth manuscripts.

 URL: Levantine Cultural Center


The Universities at Shady Grove, University of Maryland Libraries

Rockville, MD 20850, USA
September 25-29, 2010

Intercultural Art Exhibit in Community Day Featuring

Artist Huda Totonji

URL: The Universities at Shady Grove


Interfaith Collaborative Art Project: 7 Sculptural Panels

Jews and Muslims Making ART Together

Montgomery County Executive Office Building, Rockville, MD 20850
October 4, 2010- October 17, 2010

Montgomery County Seal 

URL: Montgomery County


Money Tree Public Art Project

Powell Boulevard Station, TriMet, I 205, Portland, OR
2007-2009 Permanent

Sculpture upper leaf designed by Artist
Huda Totonji in collaboration with Japanese American Artist Valarie Otani

The theme of the sculpture is the revitalization of the Lents neighborhood

   URL: http://trimet.org/publicart/greenlineart.htm


Penn State University
State College Centre
Pennsylvania 16802, USA

Lecture and Discussion Panel by Visual Artist and Master Calligrapher

Huda A. Totonji

Day 1: Tuesday, April 21st, 2009
The Role of Women in Islam
Discussion Panel, Merve Kavakci & Huda Totonji, 8:15pm

Day 2: Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009
Islamic Art & Calligraphy: A brief look on the role Islamic Art in the Islamic Civilization
Huda Totonji, 7:00pm

  URL: Penn State University


Texas A&M University - College of Liberal Arts

Wayne Stark Galleries, Memorial Student Center
College Station, Texas 77843 USA

Workshop, Reception, and Lecture by Visual Artist and Master Calligrapher

Huda A. Totonji

Arabic Calligraphy that Transcends Beauty:
Theory and Practice of Balancing Textuality and Visuality

Texas A&M University
Sponsored by the Academy for the Visual Performing Arts and the Arabic & Asian Language Office

October 7th, 2008
6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Presentation at 7:00 p.m.

  URL: Texas A&M University - Arabic & Asian Language Office


United Nations Recreation Council Exhibition 2008

New York, NY 10017, USA

Exhibition Featuring Artist:
Huda Totonji, MFA

United Nations

  May 20th- 23rd 2008

  URL: Exhibitions at UN Headquarters


Art Auction Fundraiser 2008
Turning Point and the Art of Community Giving

New York, USA   

 Turning Point Organization, Flushing, NY

   URL: Turning Point Organization


 Solo Exhibition of Artwork
Tunisian Cultural & Information Center
New York, USA

Artist Huda Totonji, MFA

April 18th - 30th 2008

  URL: Tunisian Cultural & Information Center

URL: Arabic Calligraphy and Islamic Ornamentation
Solo Show, Arabic Calligraphy Paintings 2008

Baltimore, MD, USA

Johns Hopkins University

Date: Sunday, March 30, 2008
Time: 5:30pm - 9:30pm
Location: Glass Pavilion (Levering Hall, JHU Homewood Campus)


Filmmaker and Speaker Alex Kronemer
An exquisite display of Huda Totonji's Islamic Calligraphy
Benefits will proceed a local Baltimore homeless shelter- AlMumtahinah Home for Women and Children

URL: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD


The 9th Annual Exhibition of the
Muslim Women in the Arts

Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett and
The Office of Community Partnerships

2008 Group Show, Rockville, Maryland

April 1- April 30, 2008

URL: Montgomery County



Women in Islamic Art and Islamic Calligraphy

Invited Guest Speaker Huda A. Totonji

Mt Gravatt Campus
Griffith University. Brisbane, Australia

Social Science Building

URL: Griffith University



Islamic Art and Calligraphy Presentation/exhibition

November 18, 2005 at 5:30pm

Muslim Educational Trust
 10330 SW Scholls Ferry Road, Tigard, Oregon

 Invited Guest Speaker: Huda Totonji, MFA
 Topic: Islamic Art and Contemporary Artists of the Muslim World

 Website: http://www.metpdx.org


 Central Pacific Conference of the United Church of Christ

A National Convocation Honoring the Ministry of Rev. Dr. Héctor E. López

November 10, 2005 at 2:00pm

Ambridge Event Center, Portland, Oregon
Panel Discussion Invited Guest Speaker:
Huda Totonji, MFA
Peace and Justice through Artistic Expressions

Website: http://www.cpcucc.org/racial%20justice.htm



November 9, 2005 at 5:00pm

Fine Art Building, Room 200, Portland, Oregon
Art History Department, Portland State University

 Invited Guest Speaker: Huda Totonji, MFA

 Topic: Contemporary Women Artists of the Muslim World



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