Family Day at Asia Society
The Islamic Arts Society partnered with the Asia Society on the15th of May 2021 to celebrate Eid al-Fitr. Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, is an occasion of peace, joy, and festivity. People visit friends and family, give gifts, and eat sweets and delicious food.
IAS Artists Mona Raja, Fatema Josh, Hina Chaudhry, Sana Mirza, Huzaifa Taquee and Morad Jasim showcased their art in a festival that celebrated Islamic traditions, arts and crafts, food, music, and more!
This event was FREE and open to the public.
Visitors were able to connect with Islamic culture and with Houston’s Muslim community at Asia Society Texas Center’s Family Day highlighting Eid ul-Fitr!
Eid ul-Fitr, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, is an occasion of peace, joy, and festivity. People visit friends and family, give gifts, and eat sweets and delicious food.
The Texas Asia Society is one of the twelve centers of Asia Society. This society strengthens relationships between Americans and the peoples, leaders, and institutions of Asia. The Texas Asia Society hosts public programs and exhibitions to increase knowledge of Asia, enhance dialogue, and generate new ideas across the fields of art and culture, business, and education.
Photo Courtesy: Asia Society/Chris Dun