Khadijah VanBrakle’s book, a YA contemporary novel, is notable for tackling underrepresented social issues within Muslim communities.
The intimate gallery in the back of New York's Institute of Arab and Islamic Art is currently home to a show titled "Six Landscapes," which seeks to interrogate how the use of film and photography “further evolve the field of painting."
Running until February 24th, this exhibit delves into the concept of Muslim Futurism, offering a space for reflection and exploration.
When renowned institutions postpone and cancel Palestinian-related events, it leaves Arab and Muslim artists marginalized and their platforms stripped away.
One of the primary goals of Muslim Heritage Month is to challenge stereotypes and foster understanding.
The annual showcase opened for its fourth year on January 13, bringing modern Hawaiian art into the esteemed museum and establishing connections between seemingly disparate cultures.
Reem Ahmed, in Khan Younis, was trapped under rubble after her building collapsed due to Israeli strikes on Oct. 10.
Sikander’s work has long been lauded as in direct opposition to colonialism, though her more recent works have tended to take a more out-there, esoteric style. But many of her older paintings have tackled colonialism head-on, offering more concrete glimpses of resistance.
While the exhibit featured some of the region’s harrowing history, it primarily focused on celebrating Palestinian culture through clothing, music, poetry, food and art.
As 2023 comes to a close, Fann reflects on the Muslim creators and art that defined last year.
The controversy arose when the ACI requested a last-minute "sensitivity review" for a group photography exhibition featuring a dozen Canadian artists of SWANA backgrounds.