Building bridges of understanding through art
Our Islamic Art Revival Series events create opportunities for vibrant, enjoyable
cross-cultural exchange between people of all, backgrounds, faiths and cultures
"The Islamic arts include visual and performing arts and architecture produced beginning in the 7th century and continuing until today by people of all faiths who lived in areas ruled and/or inhabited by "culturally Islamic populations." Islamic art is not restricted to religious art, but includes all art forms of the rich and varied cultures of Islamic societies. Methods include calligraphy, painting, ceramics, glasswork, jewelry, textiles, poetry, music, singing, and fashion. among others."
Our success building cross-cultural bridges depends on the generous sponsorship of people, businesses and organizations of all faiths and cultures.
Passionate about the arts? Want to learn more about Islamic Art? Love kids? Experience 2012 needs enthusiastic volunteers to assist with both!