The importance of simplifying the popular heritage of children, whether popular literature, beliefs and popular knowledge, popular customs and traditions or material culture and popular arts has a great impact on children, it is a form of creativity to discover the children’s interior and improve their creative knowledge and creative education is the most important investment for all families, we must teach our children how to be different and establish the foundations of art within our children and deepen the popular heritage within their conscience because they will become in the future holders of this heritage
The child needs to understand the nature and tools of heritage crafts in order to arise, a diverse artistic origin abundant with the vocabulary of visual and experimental culture, which is unique to the artist with his culture and beliefs and several historical, psychological and social, and by simplifying the heritage crafts of children we have presented a cultural project with vision It is of great importance for the child to grow up on the love of heritage crafts and follow them and know their tools and materials and the history of their elders and the artistic and decorative methods used in them and know the types of products for each material whether wooden or textile products or works of metal or stones or bone or Glass or plaster, pottery, porcelain and other raw materials
By simplifying the heritage crafts of children, we develop the child’s visual language so that he can understand the language of symbols used in these arts and give that visual and symbolic language the same summit that he gives to the alphabetical language, and also encourage the child to discover its creative advantages, and simplify the heritage crafts of children.
Young people can take expressive topics from the topics of heritage crafts and employ them in their hobbies within the house, they help raise conscience and learn the child from them how to see heritage works of art, and the nominal goal of simplifying the heritage crafts of children is the idea of visual culture and storing images within each of us, such as storing a state of photography in the countryside or in a popular area and this works as a key component in the accumulation of visual culture in children
This must be developed for the child and trained in visual dealing and this promotion of the child makes him a human being who has morals and artistic taste, and raised within the child artistic aesthetics and creates a visual culture that grows with observations and field trips and experimentation at home on painting and formation with mud and we do not remember that we as parents must teach our children from a young age to go
Art exhibitions and museums in all its forms, and frequenting the craft workshops located in Egypt in all provinces, each province is famous for its distinctive character, I try this method monthly with my children, and children who attend with me the initiative “Yalla initiative on the workshop” and field tours to get to know the different workshops in Cairo so they get to know the artisans and talk to them and know their artistic methods, and from these visits appeared tales of rafts that appeared in stories for children about simplifying the heritage crafts in the magazine Noor for children published monthly by the organization. I have written nine stories about simplifying the heritage crafts of children, and let the dear reader now tell him a story to simplify the heritage crafts of children and try to sit down with his children and read them that story about the artist Mohammed Fawzi, who specializes in weaving mats on the loom
My nice friends and friends, welcome to a new tale of the Al- tawaf stories that we walk around the art workshops and get to know the traditional arts and crafts in Egypt.
Today’s story we will travel to Damanhour, a city in northern Egypt, which is the capital of the Lake Governorate located in the northwest of the Nile Delta, including the exit of celebrities and great scholars such as Dr. Ahmed Zewail, Pope Tawadros, Dr. Abdul Wahab Al-Massiri, Abim Al-Moneim Al-Sawi, Pope Kerlis VI, with an opera house and the Library of Egypt, and an artist whose story today is the artist Mohamed Fawzi, who weaves mats on the loom of the samar plant, a plant species belonging to the genus assl. It is spread in the Mediterranean basin areas from the Hebrew Orient to the Nile Valley, a perennial grass plant that reaches a height of one and a half meters and appears in late spring
And the craft of mats, my nice friends, from the crafts known to the old Egyptian and used to cover the floor of the houses and was the most common furnishing of them, and the old Egyptian moved the craft for successive generations until it reached us today
Artists draw shapes and drawings on mats that are comfortable to the eye like the artist Mohamed Fawzi, and since the use of municipal tiles to til the rooms has decreased, the craft of mats has been receding, but the artist Mohamed Fawzi has developed it and made wall tableaus that dazzle the Looking at it as my friends enter the lines and wool and sometimes the copper ore to weave the mats in an innovative way, the artist Mohammed Fawzi squats in front of the loom holding the hand of the samar plant and entering it through the openings of the loom as if he were playing the God of law, The artist Mohamed Fawzi dreamed of writing the qur’an in full on the mats and started this project by implementing it, so he designed the book’s opener, The Samadia and the Two Sorcerers, and also made a map of Egypt on the mats.
He is a unique artist, so we know him through his style of weaving mats and even he did not have a signature, and now it is your turn my friends readers to share this tour with us by drawing a piece you saw in any museum or workshop or writing a topic expressing today’s tour and sharing with us on our page the sada elbalad ” https://see.news”/