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Toronto's newest park and talk of the town, the Aga Khan Park encompasses both the Aga Khan Museum and the Ismaili Centre, Toronto, and offers a broad range of cultural and community activities. The Aga Khan Park aims to provide an experience like no other, with innovative programming ranging from large public events, exceptional art, music & unique food flavours, talks by distinguished speakers, and much, much more. See you soon at the Aga Khan Park!

Aga Khan Museum Calendar

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March Break 2016 — CANCELLED
Mar
14
to Mar 18

March Break 2016 — CANCELLED

Spend your March Break exploring the world at the Aga Khan Museum. Enjoy a different theme each day with fun activities, hands-on crafts, and up-close encounters with the treasures of the Museum. Topics include Mythical Creatures, Tales of Wonder, Silk Route Explorers, and more! Register for a full week, or select one or more of our themed activity days. 

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The Art of the Ahl al-Bayt
Dec
16
8:00 PM20:00

The Art of the Ahl al-Bayt

Fahmida Suleman, Phyllis Bishop Curator for the Modern Middle East at the British Museum, examines Shi‘a visual culture in this engaging talk. Suleman is editor of a new collection of essays, People of the Prophet’s House: Artistic and Ritual Expressions of Shi‘i Islam (2015).

In partnership with The Institute of Ismaili Studies and The Shia Imami Ismaili Tariqah and Religious Education Board (ITREB)

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Home Ground: Canadian Perspectives
Dec
6
11:00 AM11:00

Home Ground: Canadian Perspectives

Using the exhibition Home Ground as a point of departure, Canadian artists, critics, and curators discuss the idea of home and belonging and reflect on the issues of dislocation and migration. This day-long symposium includes keynotes by First Nations artist Robert Houle and cultural critic Dot Tuer as well as a panel featuring John Greyson, Zainub Verjee, Mohammed Mohsen, Luis Jacob, and Swapnaa Tamhane.

Organized by Jamelie Hassan and Ruba Kana’an

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World Monuments and the Protection of the World’s Architectural Treasures
Nov
18
8:00 PM20:00

World Monuments and the Protection of the World’s Architectural Treasures

Don’t miss this illustrated talk by George McNeely, Vice President for International Affairs at World Monuments Fund (WMF). Through images and stories, McNeely offers an insider’s view of the complexities and challenges of preserving some of the world’s spectacular architectural landmarks for future generations.

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Nov
4
6:30 PM18:30

George Sawa — Music in the Arab World: A Book of Songs

Egyptian-Canadian historian and musician George Sawa treats audiences to a talk and musical demonstration marking the recent publication of his Arabic Musical and Socio-Cultural Glossary of Kitab Al-Aghani (Book of Songs). Sawa’s Glossary provides extraordinary insight into the 10th-century compendium of poetry and music by Abu l-Faraj al-Isfahani.

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Focus on Iran: The OYAN! Project Awakening
Oct
25
2:00 PM14:00

Focus on Iran: The OYAN! Project Awakening

At the crossroads of Eastern Europe and western Asia lies Azerbaijan, the home country of internationally-acclaimed composer Franghiz Ali-Zadeh whose music inspires The Oyan! Project (Awakening). “Crossroads” also describes this unique performance, which is a multi-disciplinary collaboration teaming Ali-Zadeh with renowned dancer/choreographer Sashar Zarif and international musicians. Portraying a mystical journey of spiritual ascent through the body, mind, and emotions, Oyan! is a contemporary investigation of Mugham, a devotional integrated practice of poetry, music, and dance.

The Oyan! Project will also be performing Saturday, October 24, 8 pm

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The Art of Islamic Manuscript Illumination
Oct
25
to Nov 29

The Art of Islamic Manuscript Illumination

Six-week Course starting October 25
Sundays, 12–3 pm

Enjoy Sunday afternoons at the Museum with artist and educator Unaiza Karim. Study the floral forms decorating manuscripts in the Museum’s Permanent Collection, and learn a range of free-hand and guided drawing and painting techniques to create fluid designs and motifs!

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