The academic and artistic figures and members of the Friends and Family of the late artist Aziz Amoura remembered the exploits and foresight of one of the founders of the Fine Art Movement at the memorial ceremony held by the School of Arts and Design at the University of Jordan in the presence of the University President Prof. Abdul Karim Al-Qudah.
The participants in the ceremony, which was attended by the Vice President for Humanitarian Faculties, Prof. Ahmed Majdouba and the family of the college, and members of the family of the deceased, highlighted the stations of the artist's creative journey and the most prominent human situations that brought them with him through an account of many influential stories that The sadness of the place.
The Dean Prof. Rami Haddad, said that this commemoration is the first organized by the faculty for one of its artistic pillars who left in his body, leaving behind his great art, stressing that the family of the faculty will never forget him and has left his memory with his work.
The head of the visual arts department, Dr. Jihad al-Amiri, pointed out in his intervention that Amoura is one of the artists who persevered in striving to inherit the art of his students and touch his fingerprints in their work. He pointed out that Amoura's drawings were characterized by his support for the Palestinian cause and representation of poetry through drawing.
In addition, the engineer Abdullah Amoura, the brother of the deceased, recalled some of the stations that accompanied Amora's artistic march in its beginnings. and did not mention in his autobiography. The brother Amoura expressed his thanks and gratitude to the University of Jordan and to the faculty of arts and design and his colleagues and students who participated in the preparation of this memorial ceremony. Their efforts, and the feelings that they exchanged with his family, saddened the departure of the deceased.
After the ceremony, which included a musical performance by Rita Abu Karim, Prof. AlQudah opened an exhibition organized by the faculty, which included a number of paintings of the artist who was not previously exhibited, to know the most beautiful designs of the deceased artworks and to be an opportunity for his students to learn about Amora and his art about near.