DBKU, Jais to hold calligraphy workshop

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BY UMIE SYAZWANIE MOHD

KUCHING: An Arabic calligraphy workshop themed ‘My City’ will be organised by Kuching North City Commission (DBKU) in collaboration with the Department of Islamic Affairs Sarawak (Jais).

The workshop which is scheduled on September 4 is held in conjunction with the Maal Hijrah Carnival.

DBKU said that the workshop is open to participants aged 13 to 18 with free entry, but is limited to 50 participants.

“Participants representing a state or country are not allowed in this competition. For those who are interested, they can register online (www.dbku.events).

“A competition will be held shortly after the completion of the workshop held online via Zoom,” it said in a statement on Thursday (August 17).

DBKU also said it will invite instructors, namely Ustaz Abdus Salam Morshidi, for the workshop.

“Prizes will be given to those who place first to fifth place.”

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