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Art Exhibition At Houston City Hall


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.


The Islamic Arts Society thanks its partners and friends for making the 6th annual Islamic Arts Festival a resounding success. The event was held on the 9th & 10th of November 2019 at Masjid Al Salaam, 16700 Old Louetta road, Spring. TX 77379.
The event showcased the art of 48 artists who were at hand to entertain the visitors. This year famous artists Nihad Dukhan from Michigan and Muhammad Zaman from NY also took part in the festival along with many renowned local artists. Visitors especially enjoyed the live interactive sessions including calligraphy, Ebru, painting and children’s art activities. Over 5500 people attended the event that brought people from diverse cultures, faiths and backgrounds together for a weekend of learning, fun and festivity. 


Islamic Arts Festival

Our flagship event in fall every year that attracts over 7000 people. The Festival brings people from diverse cultures, faiths and backgrounds together for a day of learning, fun and festivity

Islamic Arts Day

A fun filled, family oriented education day for introduction to Islamic Arts that is popular among children as well as adults.

Outreach Events

We are proud to partner with nonprofit organizations, schools, libraries, churches and mosques for cultural and educational activities pertaining to Islamic Arts. We can provide art exhibits, live art demonstrations or art pieces for charity auctions depending upon your needs

Islamic Arts Classes

A weekend art class during the summer and spring break for the more serious learner who wants some hands on practice on learning Islamic arts. We teach painting, calligraphy, woodwork & ceramics.

Art Demonstration

Our live art demonstrations bring color and creativity to your events. Our interactive sessions on Calligraphy, henna, Ebru & Live paintings are very popular and provide good source of entertainment and education.

Art Display

We organize Islamic Art display events in art galleries, libraries and museums. Our travelling display of Islamic Arts is an excellent source of cultural education and entertainment

Outreach Programs


Want to help Build Bridges through Arts?

Bring the “Islamic Arts 101 Program” to your child’s school.

Cost: $300

Each 1-hour program includes:

* A brief introduction to Islamic Arts.

* A focused art class tailored to the age group.

* A workshop to teach calligraphy, henna, ebru, geometric art or arabesque.


Want to help Build Bridges through Arts?

Bring the “Islamic Arts 101 Program” to your local public library

Cost: $500

Each program includes:

A month-long display of Islamic arts

A one-hour reception/ mingle to introduce visitors about Islamic arts.

A hands-on workshop for calligraphy, henna, ebru, geometric art or arabesque.



Asia Society Houston

Islamic Arts Exhibition with Live Calligraphy, Ebru & Henna Demonstration

May 31st, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Asia Society, 1370 Southmore Blvd, Houston, TX 77004


R.F. Meador Branch Library,

709 W. Montgomery, Willis, TX 77378

June 4th 4 p.m. – 5.30 p.m.



R.F. Meador Branch Library

709 W. Montgomery, Willis, TX 77378

July 2nd 4 p.m.-5.30 p.m.

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Photos from Islamic Arts Society's post

“Black is an essential color of the universe. It is due to the black color of the sky that we are able to see the stars. Every artist in the world realizes the importance and beauty of the black ... See more

4 weeks ago

A beautiful piece of art along with a beautiful message from the Islamic Arts Society. A message that clearly states there is no difference between mankind on the basis of race, culture or ... See more

1 month ago

Wishing a very blessed Eid for everyone from the Islamic Arts Society.

1 month ago

The lucky IAS fan to win this beautiful ceramic calligraphy plate is Deborah Newberg. Congratulations Deborah on winning this great Ramadan Giveaway!
#free #giveaway #islamiccalligraphy #ceramictile ... See more

1 month ago
The Festival of Eid: A Virtual Celebration

Join the Islamic Arts Society for a virtual Eid Celebration. In collaboration with Asia Society. This is the second Eid festival ever organized by the Asia Society and we are blessed to partner with ... See more

Join us online each day, May 18–30, with different activities, crafts, demonstrations, and more to celebrate Islamic culture and the Muslim community during our virtual festival!

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