Ahmad Moualla obtained his diploma in visual communications from the of Fine Arts at the University of Damascus before continuing his studies Faculty in France where he obtained the Diploma of the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs - Paris. Moualla is currently a professor in the University of Damascus, and a well-established graphic artist, stage designer, and painter. His signature can be found on hundreds of posters, book covers, and murals. In 2002 he was art director for the French- Syrian film Sungug Al Dunya. Moualla has won the prize of the best foreign poster at the Munich Exposition, and the first award of the International Poster Competition held in 1988 in Kiel, Germany. His first solo exhibition was in 1981, since then he has exhibited in Syria and many countries and cities worldwide, including Dubai, Cairo, Paris, Bahrain, Kuwait, Austria and Germany. Moualla is known also for his many Istanbul, achievements as a graphic designer and calligrapher, and has created innumerable movie posters, book covers and advertising campaigns. He has been the designer for many productions of the Syrian National Theatre, as well cinography as a number of films and several television drama series. He writes in Arab on literary and cultural issues. In 1999 Moualla was awarded top prize periodicals at the Lattakia Biennale. He has served as a jury member for many plastic arts, graphic and photographic festivals.
Born in Syria in 1958
- Ahmad Moualla