World congress of Arts for Muhammad (pbuh) CLOSING CEREMONY

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  • Date: Sun, Oct 24, 2021 12:00 AM
  • Location: Worldwide
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Human civilization has significantly transformed since the prophet hood of Muhammad (PBUH) and the emergence of Islam as a religion for all ethnicities to promote love, peace and freedom as well as creativity in all aspects of human sciences. In fact, the Islamic civilization presented a new world enshrined with wisdom, revelation and art, the latest of which is clearly depicted in Islamic culture and lifestyle. Calligraphy, architecture and miniature arts are some well-known examples of divine Islamic arts that dazzle regular individuals and artists alike, from the west to the far east of the world. Moreover, humanity owes a great deal to the spiritual literatures and poems written by Islamic writers and poets, such as Rumi and Hafez that are rooted from the holy Quran, the Sunna, and prophetic sayings. Additionally, Islamic art is now experiencing a new era in modern arts, including graphics, digital art and photography for which the “World Congress of Arts for Muhammad” aims to collect from participants in order to portray the beauties of Muhammad (PBUH), The Prophet of Mercy. On the 24th of October 2021, the congress will hold its closing ceremony in which the successful participants will be awarded the following: Best selected artwork among the art sections will be awarded US$5000, congress special medal, valuable local handicrafts, congress special statue, honorary diploma and selected artworks’ booklet. Three top selected artists in national and international sections will be given valuable awards: International section awards 1st rank in each section will be awarded US$2000, valuable local handicrafts, congress special statue, honorary diploma and selected artworks’ booklet. 2nd rank in each section will be awarded US$1500, valuable local handicrafts, honorary diploma and selected artworks’ booklet. 3rd rank in each section will be awarded US$1000, valuable local handicrafts, honorary diploma and selected artworks’ booklet.