Philography is an old Islamic Ottoman art moved from Turkey to Jordan through the Ottoman era in the region. The Ottomans left behind many of the types of the arts that their descendants still seek to preserve from extinction and keep for generations after generation.
What you’re going to do
These include the art of "Philography" or drawing with wires and nails, which some may think it’s a men's art because of its tools, which consist of wood, hammers, Nails and colored fabric or copper wires. But many women in Turkey have been involved in this art, and there have been artists who apply it in a scientific way and organize workshops to teach it. They also hold exhibitions all over the world, especially in the Arab and Islamic countries, where some of the traces left by the Ottomans such as Jordan. You will learn through this experience how to make drawing with wires and nails with the local artist guidance, you will have the chance to create colorful Philography product.