Learn about the styles and traditions of miniature portrait-painting
Fans of Game of Thrones or The Jungle Book might want to consider an outing to the Aga Khan Museum. As a new show called Marvellous Creatures
A sample of some of the Tweets and Facebook messages from people attending the Doors Open Toronto 2016 event in Canada.
This weekend, Doors Open returns to Toronto for the 17th time. Ahead of the annual…
ULIToronto members with tour guide extraordinaire, Mr. Shamez Mohamed of Imara Limited, the master developer.
Some schools of mysticism considered that passionate love could lead to madness.
Setting out to conquer the Persian Empire in 334 BC, Alexander the Great lamented that no poet would narrate his history and adventures.
Aga Khan Foundation UK and Aga Khan Museum Toronto partners with the Jaipur Literature Festival Southbank, Central London.
Join Shamez Mohamed of Imara Limited, the master developer for the Aga Khan Museum, Ismaili Centre, and Park, for a walking tour
Yesterday I had the honour of playing with the awe inspiring Abida Parveen and her band at the Aga Khan Museum.
Celebrating the Launch of Cultural Hotspot in North York at the beautiful Aga Khan Museum
Henry S. Kim, the director of AKM talks about the impact the establishment has had on Canadian society as well as its future plans
For the People’s Choice award, the public vote chose the Aga Khan Museum
Just saw Abida Parveen in concert. Not sure if that was a dream or reality. What a legend.
Aga Khan Museum’s Bollywood Classics film series presents films that influenced the genre as it developed from the 1960s to the present day
The city’s buildings come alive during Doors Open Toronto weekend
From Simurghs to divs to jade parrots, ‘the fables and legends are quite universal,’ says curator
Abida Parveen, the great Sufi singer, maybe the greatest of her generation, is talking to me from Islamabad.
Diwan’s patio at the Aga Khan Museum is ready for summer.
A pioneering artist in a form long dominated by males, Abida Parveen is one of the most prominent and influential Sufi musicians of our time.
The exhibition, developed and produced originally in Qatar by the Museum of Islamic Art, focuses on the real and mythical animals that appear in the legends, tales, and fables of the Islamic world.
Hotspot Launch: Celebrating Arts, Culture and Community
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This is your “green escape within the city”! Ride an electric bike