Source: Musical Toronto By David Podgorski Who doesn’t love the Silk Road Ensemble? Founded in…
Ayaz Banji Ayaz Bhanji is a fiercely proud alumnus and counts his years at the…
Witness a global array of cultures on film, in concert, and at the Museum
Dec 10, 2015 Mawlana Hazar Imam and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper marked the Foundation of the Ismaili Centre, Toronto, the Aga Khan Museum and their Park
At two years in and two years on the Aga Khan Museum has established itself…
Merging cinematic re-enactments with interviews featuring renowned historians, religious thinkers, and other experts, this unusual film explores the little-known encounter in 1219
Mohandez, the Canadian society of Iranian engineers and architects, sponsored Kanani’s lectures at Toronto’s Aga Khan Museum and an Iranian community centre.
With Gurpreet Chana on tabla, Justin Gray on Bass Veena and Azalea Ray on vocals – unplugged at Toronto’s prestigious Aga Khan Museum welcoming Legendary Sufi songtress Abida Parveen.
This is a complete online collection of the Aga Khan Museum Exhibition, Syria: A Living History.
Aga Khan Museum Explores the Resilience of Culture in Times of Conflict
Syrian-American composer and pianist Malek Jandali has created a modern rendition of the song for a new exhibit at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto.
A Year in Review presents highlights of the Aga Khan Museum’s exhibitions
Highlights of the Aga Khan Museum’s exhibitions, programming, and activities
Syrian Symphony: New Compositions In Sight And Sound, at Aga Khan Museum, May 20 to August 17.
Prince Amyn Aga Khan, delivered his remarks at the Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia
The diversity of Pakistan’s cultural and musical heritage, exploring rare recordings of desert songs from Cholistan and Sufi music from Sindh’s sacred shrines.
A new perceptive and explorative exhibition is hitting the Museum of Anthropology at UBC.
Part of the Atassi Foundation “Syria: Into the Light” exhibition Program, Art Dubai Modern Symposium
The cultural hub consists of a park based on traditional Moghul and Persian landscaping, the Ismaili Centre and Aga Khan Museum, all in striking contemporary style that updates traditional Islamic design.
“Behind the Syrians we hear about on the news are people who are a part of a wonderful heritage.” — Henry Kim, Director and CEO, Aga Khan Museum.
On Saturday, January 23, Aga Khan Museum welcomed Ali Riza and Hüseyin Albayrak — modern-day troubadours and heirs of the “Ashik” tradition of Anatolia
The World’s Best Architecture: Architizer announces the winners of the 2017 A+Awards.
Described in the sixteenth century as a masterpiece and acknowledged to this day as one of the most important works of Iranian painting
Bursting with wit and dream-like magic, this special screening is presented in celebration of NCFD 150 — the largest film festival in the world.
“The Aga Khan Museum is different to most museums, in that it is part of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture and has access to the resources and the expertise that have been built up over the decades…”