Asia Society's Creative Voices of Muslim Asia is a multidisciplinary initiative using the arts as a springboard to understand the diversity of Islam as a creative inspiration. Originally supported in part by the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art, Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, and New York State Council for the Arts.

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Online Features

Making A Difference Through the Arts (Task Force report)

The Stars of Sufi Music (video)
July 22, 2010

First New York Sufi Music Festival
July 20-22, 2010

Nine Lives: In Search of the Sacred in Modern South Asia
June 19, 2010

Alim Qasimov, Innovator in Tradition
March 12, 2010

Iranian Sounds of Peace
November 11 and 14, 2009

Film Series: Women of Iran
October 23 - November 6, 2009

Ali Eteraz and Muslim Identity
October 15, 2009

HM Naqvi—The South Asian Immigrant Novel Today
September 15, 2009

Muslim Voices: Sardono Dance Theater
June 14, 2009

Muslim Voices: Kamilya Jubran
June 12, 2009

Muslim Voices: Parissa
June 12, 2009

Muslim Voices: Dastangoi
June 8, 2009

Journeys with Kabir: Prahlad Singh Tipanya in Concert
March 21, 2009

Juan Cole: Engaging the Muslim World
March 17, 2009

Daniyal Mueenuddin and Mohsin Hamid: Two 'Internally Displaced' Writers
February 23, 2009

Writing History: Islamic Calligraphy
December 16, 2008

Iranian Director Makes a Statement with New Film
November 13, 2008

'The First Thing God Created Was The Pen'
October 21, 2008

Art and Satire in Iran
June 10, 2008

Higher Love, and the Other Kind
May 27, 2008

Legends of the Indus
May 19, 2008


Asia Society Museum Exhibitions

Hanging Fire: Contemporary Art from Pakistan
September 10, 2009 - January 3, 2010

Traces of the Calligrapher: Islamic Calligraphy in Practice and
Writing the Word of God: Calligraphy and the Qur'an

October 7, 2008–February 8, 2009

Ardeshir Mohassess: Art and Satire in Iran
May 23–August 3, 2008


Collaborative Festival

Muslim Voices: Arts & Ideas


Youth Media Exchange

Digital Storytelling for Global Learning



The Good, The Bad ... We Are All Beautiful

Onthel (Vintage Bicycle)

Families - We Are Together

Believe Beliefs


Related Links

Interweaving Cultures: Islam in Southeast Asia

Interview with Tareque Masud, director of The Clay Bird