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Thursday
03
MAY

Islamic Art Presentations at the Dallas Museum of Art

10:45
17:00
Crow Collection of Asian Art
Event organized by Crow Collection of Asian Art

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The Islamic Art Revival Series (IARS), is pleased to invite you to the Islamic Art Presentations at the Dallas Museum of Art. IARS is a program of Texas Muslim Women's Foundation (TMWF), and is presenting this event in partnership with the Dallas Museum of Art and IARS Community Partner the Crow Collection of Asian Artf Asian Art.

General admission: $10
Student/educator admission: $5 (identification required day of)

ABOUT THE PROGRAM:

The Islamic Art Presentations held at the Dallas Museum of Art have great potential to educate a large audience about the diversity of Islamic cultures and Islamic Art not only as it is presented today, but also borrowing from its rich artistic and cultural heritage. This conference highlights how living Muslim and non Muslim artists continue to use their creativity to address the communal, national, and individual experiences as they relate to the Islamic art & culture, and build bridges across different faith and communities. IARS hopes to impart knowledge and understanding not only about the Islamic cultures from around the world but also to dispel stereotypes and misconceptions about Muslims living in the United States. IARS will introduce four international artists and educators including Kurt Hofstetter, Contemporary Artist, Innovator and Scientist from Vienna, Austria; Barbara Doser, Independent Film Maker from Vienna, Austria; Azra Aksamija, Contemporary Artist, Architect and Associate Professor at MIT; and Bahman Panahi, Master Calligrapher, Artist, Educator and Musician from Paris, France. These experts will be presenting lectures, short film and workshops to educated and inform the audience in attendance.



SCHEDULE:

Horchow Auditorium
10:45AM – Opening remarks
11:00 AM – Lecture by Kurt Hofstetter: Influence of Islamic Geometric Design on contemporary geometry
12:00 PM – Short film by Barbara Doser: Islamic calligraphy in experimental sounding and moving images
12:30PM – Lunch break
1:15PM – Lecture by Dr. Azra Aksamija: Future Heritage Lab

Center for Creative Connections (C3):
2:00PM – Workshop with Dr. Azra Aksamija
3:00PM – Lecture and calligraphy workshop with Bahman Panahi

Please note, there are separate tickets for the workshops:
For Dr. Aksamija's workshop click here**: https://bit.ly/2Ehi4xU
For Bahman Panahi's workshop click here: https://bit.ly/2q1VdRK

*General ticket price includes catalogue
**General ticket price also includes Azra Aksamija's workshop. Separate tickets for Dr. Aksamija's workshop are for those not attending the rest of the Islamic Art Presentations.