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Saturday, December 28, 2019
Interior Architecture students of AAUP while listening to an explanation about the old town of Kofor Aqab in their field trip to the place

Students of the Interior Architecture program in AAUP that is offered as collaboration with the Academy of Fine Arts of Verona – Italy, organized a field trip to Kofor Aqab old town – Jerusalem, as this trip contributes in enhancing the practical side of their specialization and it is part of the students’ project in the Design Elements course.

Eng. Rinad Shqairat, who teaches the “Design Elements and Forming” course at AAUP said that: “this visit to the old town aims to enhance the awareness of students of the main elements for forming through the architecture space, by watching and analyzing the Palestinian way of traditional buildings and traditional architecture.” She indicated that she invited Eng. Yara Bamia from Rawaq Institution, an institution works on reviving the old towns in Palestine, and Eng.

Monday, December 9, 2019
Interior Architecture Students in a Field Trip to Khalil Sakakini Cultural Center

Students of the Interior Architecture program in AAUP that is offered as collaboration with the Academy of Fine Arts of Verona – Italy, organized a field trip to “The Palestinian artist Mira Tamara exhibition” in Khalil Sakakini Cultural Center in Ramallah. The visit contributes in enhancing the practical side of their specialization and it is part of the students’ project in the Design Elements course.

Eng. Rinad Shqairat, who teaches the “Design Elements and Forming” course at AAUP said that: “this visit aims to enhance the practical side of what students have learned theoretically. It helps students to know the main elements that form art, and so enables students to analyze and understand arts, and this will broaden their way of thinking and understanding.”

Monday, November 25, 2019
The Palestinian museum field trip

Students of the Interior Architecture program in AAUP that is offered as a collaboration with the Academy of Fine Arts of Verona – Italy, organized a field trip to the Palestinian museum with their Professor Christien Aloush Hadeed as part of their practical project in the course of Design Elements.

This field trip will help the Interior Architecture students in understanding the infrastructure of the Palestinian culture along with understanding the Palestinian art.

Eng. Rinad Shqairat, who teaches the Design Elements course at AAUP, suggested such a field trip to implement the knowledge that students got through their theoretical study. Students had the chance to know some of the Artists, who were part of the museum, the materials they used and the elements and techniques of their arts.

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