Art is the universal language.
We are passionate about Islamic art as a translator and connector across generations and cultures.
From heart to heart, through time.
Islamic Art Revival Series is excited to announce Connecting Pattern 2018, TEKS and Common Core aligned 2-day workshops for educators of all levels and backgrounds (K-12, Community College, and University). Taught by a highly sought-after international team of artists, these workshops will explore deeper structures and connecting patterns across cultures and histories, for use across the curriculum. Connecting Pattern is a practical introduction to the principles of Islamic Pattern, which will explore the connections between geometry and nature, art, architecture, mathematics, and science. ...Read More
Artist and architectural historian Dr. Azra Aksamija will be holding a workshop at the Dallas Museum of Art, as part of the Islamic Art Presentations *Dr. Aksamija will also be giving a lecture from 1:15-2 in the Horchow auditorium. If you would li...Read More
Master calligrapher and musician Bahman Panahi will be holding a calligraphy workshop at the Dallas Museum of Art, as part of the Islamic Art Presentations presented by the Islamic Art Revival Series (IARS) in partnership with the Dallas Museum of Ar...Read More