December 11th and 12th, 2021
10.30 A.M. till 5.00 P.M.
16700 Old Louetta Road, Spring, TX 77379
Live Art, Art Sales, Fun, Food & Festivity
8th Annual Islamic Arts Festival
The largest and oldest Festival of Islamic Arts is back again!
The 8th annual Islamic Arts Festival will be held on the 11th and 12th of December 2021. Due to Covid-19, we will hold a hybrid event, both online and in-person with social distancing. Our online only festival last year attracted 22,000 visitors but despite the pandemic, our work of bringing people together must continue with social distancing. Therefore, we are adding an in-person event as well this year.
The Islamic Arts Festival will feature art from renowned artists from all across the USA. Visitors will have the opportunity to buy magnificent artwork online from the comfort of their homes as well as browse through our festival hall, of course while observing Covid-19 precautions. In addition, there will be live interactive sessions on calligraphy, henna tattoo, Ebru, painting, Arabesque pattern coloring and lots of children’s art activities.
Get ready for a fun-filled two-day program!
Free Admissions! All Welcome!
7th IAS Festival
Come Enjoy the rich heritage of Islamic Arts
Invite your friends, family and neighbors!
Not just an art show! There is Food too!
First feast your eyes on art and then join in a feast for your stomach! There is a variety of food available. There will be Food Trucks with ethnic cuisines from faraway lands.
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Islamic Arts Society aims to share the rich heritage of Islamic Arts
A panel discussion on the role of art and architecture in promoting interfaith dialogue, cross-cultural understanding and peace.
The 7th annual Islamic Arts Festival took place on the 5th and 6th of December, 2020. The art show was held entirely online this year due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The Islamic Arts Society announced the winners of the first ever “Art for The Love of Prophet Muhammed” (pbuh) contest on the night of Isra and Meraj on the 10th of March 2021.