Terrorist. Jihadist. Misogynist. Brown. Bearded. Un-American. These are the terms and images often associated with Muslim men in America.
Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World explores several facets of Islamic art taking the viewer across many nations such as Spain, Turkey, India and even Mali.
Significant art and architecture of the Islamic civilization’s legacy has rarely enough been celebrated, pushed aside by negative perceptions of the faith.
Moonshadow, a new musical fantasy written by Yusuf Islam, formerly known as Cat Stevens, premiered at the Princess Theatre in Melbourne last week.
The Hollywood Fringe Theatre is preparing for All Atheists are Muslim, a production dubbed a must-see by The New Yorker, Time Out NY and The San Francisco Chronicle.
Australian graphic designer and award-winning digital artist Peter Gould has just released his newest creative project, Kids of the Ummah, a book and app series intended to celebrate Muslim cultures worldwide.
The recently released film, The Dictator, starring British actor Sacha Baron Cohen, has stirred up much controversy over the troubling racial stereotypes in its damaging portrayal of Arabs.
Imran Ahmad writes about growing up in the UK after having immigrated from Pakistan at the age of two.
Asheer Akram, an artist and sculptor of Pakistani descent has started the “Pakistani Cargo Truck Initiative”, formatted around the visual aesthetic of the cargo trucks of Pakistan.
Sure, the technology is impressive, but are we capitalizing off the legacies of our favorite artists who have long since past?
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