Three sculptures by Iranian-Canadian artist Parviz Tanavoli are on display at Aga Khan Park on…
Experience Toronto transformed by more than 110 contemporary art projects created by hundreds of artists.…
[WEBCAST] Shifting the Narrative: Exploring the Arts in Muslim Civilisations. A case study of the…
Performances begin this September Toronto, August 31, 2016 — The Aga Khan Museum’s 2016 Performing…
The leading Iranian artist Parviz Tanavoli, who faced a travel ban last month, has unveiled…
“My dream is to hold my art exhibition in Aga Khan Museum which is one…
– Experience the work of one of Iran’s most influential artists. – Tanavoli to come…
Chris Robart: Ismaili Centre at the Aga Khan Museum Toronto
Strengthen and pamper yourself during an hour of gentle movement in the Aga Khan Park.
Aga Khan Museum: “#1 reason to visit Toronto now” | Lonely Planet
In this lecture, Walid Saleh, Associate Professor and Chair of the Institute of Islamic Studies at the University of Toronto, discusses the status of the Qur’an in the 21st century.
A collaboration of museums and private collections in Europe, North America and the Middle East offer a manifesto of hope through 40 artifacts
This second co-presentation brings the spotlight on qawwali, a dynamic form of Sufi devotional music from the Indian subcontinent.
Azure Magazine spoke to acclaimed architect Álvaro Siza about his Visitor Centre, soon to be added to the site of the historic Alhambra in Granada, Spain, and the Toronto exhibition that chronicles its progress.
To develop a glass assembly for the panels in the Prayer Hall that would support the lighting equipment, while staying true to the architectural intent.
The Aga Khan Museum is a museum of Islamic art.
Pritzker Award-winning architect Álvaro Siza won the commission to create the new building, and an exhibition detailing his sensitive design is now set to open at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto.
A Toronto exhibition pairs original sketches by Pritzker-prize winner Álvaro Siza and 14th century artifacts from the historic Alhambra.
Chief of Police of the Toronto Police Service visited The Ismaili Centre, Toronto and the Aga Khan Museum.
Ismaili Centre and Aga Khan Museum which is located at Don Mills and Wynford drive (Wednesday – after 6:00pm free admission).
How do sound and music inform the lives of Muslims worldwide? From spoken words to the recitation of the Qur’an
Its purpose is to show Islamic art, culture and history, all in a mission to increase cross-cultural understanding and dialogue. What could be more needed in the West today?
When you consider the opportunities to expand your thinking and grow as an educated global citizen, your mind needs interesting perspectives and encounters of engagement.
Festival of Flight is a weekend family festival inspired by flight, the sky and the stars.