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Arabic Calligraphy And The Deepening Of National Identity In Saudi Plastic Works

Norah bint Abdullah Al Jammaz.

Abstract
The research deals with a discussion of an important aspect, which is the Arabic calligraphy and how to consolidate it through the Saudi plastic arts in order to deepen the national identity as one of its cultural symbols. Also, the research discusses some provisions of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, which focuses on the need to preserve the Saudi identity and highlight it in various sectors, and consider Arabic calligraphy as one of its cultural legacies that must be preserved and highlighted in various fields, through the Ministry of Culture launching its vision in promoting the sectors of culture in its various arts and fields and highlighting the Arabic calligraphy as one of the symbols of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in 2021.
The research also presents the works of some Saudi artists and how they dealt with Arabic calligraphy in their works, in a way that reflects the Kingdom's culture in a contemporary artistic style. The researcher made applications of Arabic calligraphy in plastic art on master degree students in the Department of Art Education and presented their works and discussed them, and the researcher reached the following results:
1- Preserving the national identity is an important pillar of the Kingdom's Vision 2030, and every citizen can participate effectively in achieving its goals.
2- The plastic arts are an active field in achieving the goals of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, focused on this research in showing Arabic calligraphy as one of the elements of preserving national identity.

3- The Arabic calligraphy can be one of the symbols of the Kingdom cultural identity.
Through practical experiment and by asking the students, it was found that the experiment benefited in consolidating citizenship and belonging, and gave the students multiple ideas to participate in plastic art in achieving national identity through Arabic calligraphy in various fine schools; and They have proposed many constructive ideas which are a new core for new research in this regard.

Key words: calligraphy - Arabic – national identity - plastic works - Saudi Arabia.


 
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Norah bint Abdullah Al Jammaz. Arabic Calligraphy And The Deepening Of National Identity In Saudi Plastic Works . EEO. 2022; 21(3): 61-78. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2022.03.05


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Norah bint Abdullah Al Jammaz. Arabic Calligraphy And The Deepening Of National Identity In Saudi Plastic Works . EEO. 2022; 21(3): 61-78. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2022.03.05



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Norah bint Abdullah Al Jammaz. Arabic Calligraphy And The Deepening Of National Identity In Saudi Plastic Works . EEO. (2022), [cited August 01, 2022]; 21(3): 61-78. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2022.03.05



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Norah bint Abdullah Al Jammaz (2022) Arabic Calligraphy And The Deepening Of National Identity In Saudi Plastic Works . EEO, 21 (3), 61-78. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2022.03.05



Turabian Style

Norah bint Abdullah Al Jammaz. 2022. Arabic Calligraphy And The Deepening Of National Identity In Saudi Plastic Works . Elementary Education Online, 21 (3), 61-78. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2022.03.05



Chicago Style

Norah bint Abdullah Al Jammaz. "Arabic Calligraphy And The Deepening Of National Identity In Saudi Plastic Works ." Elementary Education Online 21 (2022), 61-78. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2022.03.05



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Norah bint Abdullah Al Jammaz. "Arabic Calligraphy And The Deepening Of National Identity In Saudi Plastic Works ." Elementary Education Online 21.3 (2022), 61-78. Print. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2022.03.05



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Norah bint Abdullah Al Jammaz (2022) Arabic Calligraphy And The Deepening Of National Identity In Saudi Plastic Works . Elementary Education Online, 21 (3), 61-78. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2022.03.05








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