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Our Mission Statement

Islamic Arts Society aims to share the rich heritage of Islamic Arts. The society organizes events to celebrate our culture and promote the positive image of our community among Muslims and non-Muslims. Art is a common language and binds diverse communities. By promoting Islamic arts, we hope to promote mutual understanding and to bring the broader American community together. 

UPCOMING PROGRAMS

The Festival of Eid

Islamic Arts Society is organizing the Eid Festival at the Asia Society once again this year. Join us on the Asia Society festival lawn to celebrate Eid al-Fitr through food, performances, artist demonstrations, activities, and games! This year the festival is In-Person.
The Asia Society
Sat 07 May 2022 4 – 8 p.m.
1370 Southmore Blvd.
Houston, TX, 77004

Art of Ebru

An interactive demonstration and workshop will be held by IAS artist Nihal Sonmez at the R.B. Tullis Library on 6.18.22. No registration is required. Please join us at the Library at 12:00 PM.
R. B. Tullis Branch Library
21569 US-59, New Caney, TX 77357

Art of Calligraphy

An interactive Calligraphy demonstration and workshop will be held by IAS artists at the R.B. Tullis Library on 6.15.22. No registration is required. Please join us at the Library at 2:00 PM.
R. B. Tullis Branch Library
21569 US-59, New Caney, TX 77357

Henna Art

An interactive demonstration and workshop on Henna will be held by IAS artist Zohra Siddiqui at the R.B. Tullis Library on 7.13.22. No registration is required. Please join us at the Library at 2:00 PM.
R. B. Tullis Branch Library
21569 US-59, New Caney, TX 77357

Fun with Henna

An interactive demonstration and workshop on Henna will be held by IAS artist Jumana Bootwala at the Montgomery County Memorial Library System Central Library on 7.6.22. No registration is required. Please join us at the Library at 2:00 PM.
Central Library
104 I-45 N.Conroe, TX 77301

PAST EVENTS

Art For The Love Of Muhammad (PBUH) 2022

Islamic Arts Festival 2021.

Art and Architecture of Coexistence: Past and Present.