News / Noteworthy
- Tibbits puts on different kinds of cultural experiences, The Daily Reporter
- An Interview with Nihad Dukhan, Invisible Books
- Professor’s Arabic calligraphy inspires Turkish university’s 250th anniversary sculpture, College of Engineering & Science, University of Detroit Mercy
The Islamic arts festival is the largest and oldest continuously running festival of Islamic Arts in the US and with the Covid-19 pandemic, we are taking our festival online this year. The online art festival will feature art exhibitions and an online art mall, displaying artwork from various artists. Visitors will have the option to buy magnificent artworks from the comfort of their homes. In addition there will be live interactive sessions on calligraphy, henna tattoo, Ebru painting, arabesque pattern coloring and lots of children’s art activities. Please join us on the 5 & 6th of December. The virtual festival can be accessed through the IAS website.
7th Annual Islamic Arts Festival
Live – Starts at 10:30am CST
“Sculpting in Two Dimensions: The Modern Calligraphy Designs of Nihad Dukhan”
Süleyman Demirel Cultural Center
Istanbul Technical University (İTÜ AYAZAĞA),
Postponed. New date TBA
A Lecture, an Exhibit and a Workshop.
This combined event may have a lecture, an exhibit and a workshop.
Tibbits Opera House
14 S Hanchett St, Coldwater, MI 49036, 2016
Exact Dates TBD