HUAWEI MatePad PaperMatte Editions were unveiled at the Dubai Calligraphy Biennale, featuring a Calligraphy Workshop known as "Created by Huawei MatePad." This workshop played a significant role during the closing weekend of the month-long Dubai Calligraphy Biennale event, which was organized by the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council of Dubai.
The "Created by Huawei MatePad" platform is celebrated for its dedication to nurturing digital artistry while preserving traditional art forms in the digital age. This initiative showcases Huawei's unwavering commitment to innovation in the artistic medium.
The workshop brought together 20 talented students from the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority's Salama Magazine readership, all between the ages of 12 and 14, and filled with enthusiasm for art and drawing. They were guided by experienced Arabic calligraphy artists Narjes Noureddine and Bassem Zbeeb on a journey into the world of digital calligraphy. Equipped with the new and advanced HUAWEI MatePad PaperMatte and HUAWEI 2nd-gen M-Pencils, these young artists explored a wide range of artistic possibilities. Narjes Noureddine, with her expertise and mentorship, enriched their experience, while Bassem Zbeeb shared captivating stories that intertwined Arabic and Chinese culture.
Narjes Noureddine is renowned for her mastery of Arabic calligraphy and brought her international acclaim and unwavering passion for art to the workshop. Her artistic journey goes beyond traditional calligraphy and encompasses classical plates, contemporary paintings, murals, and sculptures.
The workshop also marked the highly anticipated launch of the all-new HUAWEI MatePad 11-inch and MatePad 11.5-inch PaperMatte Editions in the UAE. These remarkable devices introduce consumers to the HUAWEI PaperMatte Display, a breakthrough technology that minimizes reflections and glare, enhancing the viewing experience.