Scientific Journals

Fnon Al-Rafidayn Journal

About the Journal
Al-Rafidain Arts is a quarterly scientific journal published by the College of Fine Arts, University of Mosul, Iraq.
Coverage includes such topics as theatrical arts, plastic arts, art education, cinema and television arts, Arabic calligraphy and decoration, design, graphics, and sculpture.
Publishing in Arabic and English
Publisher: University of Mosul
Prof. Dr. Nashat Mubarak Saliwa – Iraq
Managing editor
Prof. Dr. Bashar Abdul Ghani Mohammad – Iraq
Prof. Medhat Mohammadi Abdel Muti Al-Kashef – Egypt
Prof. Amal Mohammad Mahmoud Abu Zaid – Egypt
Prof. Tibra bint Jamil Khusaifan – Saudi Arabia
Prof. Mohammad bin Ali Abaza – Tunisia
Prof. Abdul Karim Aboud Al-Mubarak – Iraq
Prof. Ali Mohammad Hadi Al-Rubaie – Iraq
Prof. Alaa Shaker Mahmoud – Iraq
Prof. Imad Hadi Abbas Al-Khafaji – Iraq
Prof. Mohammad Ismail Khalaf – Iraq
Asst. Prof.Musab Ibrahim Mohammad – Iraq
Asst. Prof. Aqeel Majid Hamed – Iraq
Administrative and technical staff
Financial Affairs: Asst. Lect. Saadi Saleh Ali
Arabic language: Asst. Lect. Zeina Hamidi Nayef
English language: Asst. Lect. Ali Hashem Al Dabbagh
Electronic typesetting: Asst. Lect. Ali Hashem Al Dabbagh
Current issue:
Published: 6/30/2023
The human figure debate between philosophy and contemporary painting
Aws M. Dabdoub – pages 1-14
The voice performance function of the actor in educational theater performances
Anwar Muhammad Zaki Yunus and Muhammad Ismail Al-Taie – pages 15-28
The dialectical relationship between the vision of the artwork and the way it is displayed in contemporary Iraqi painting (selected models)
Hamid I. Al-Rashidi – pages 29-42
The archeology of the actor’s body in the Iraqi theatrical performance
Aqeel M. Hamid – pages 43-56
The aesthetics of scenography in children’s play performances (Mohamed Ismail as a model)
Muhammad I. Al-Taie and Omar M. Jandari – pages 57-74
Employing myth in the Iraqi theatrical text
Anwar M. Zaki Younis and Ibrahim S. Muhammad – pages 75-87
Syriac theater in Iraq (displacement theater as a model)
Nashat M. Saliwa – pages 88-98
The manifestation of the profane in postmodern art
Qais I. Mustafa – pages 99-113


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