The Islamic Art & Material Culture Collaborative (IAMCC) fosters advanced research in the study of Islamic art and material culture.
The IAMCC harnesses the institutional capacities available in Toronto, to make the city a leading centre for the study and exhibition of Islamic art and material culture on the global stage.
This conversation will highlight Kaashif Ghanie’s artistic practice which responds to racial discrimination.
This project examines formations of queer identity and resistance in Muslim migratory contexts.
Shaw's photography draws upon Islamic references and diasporic African cultural tropes to depict her immersion as well as shift from both.
Our discussion will take us through the artwork developed by Shehzil for Aurat March (Women’s March), a remarkable movement of solidarity for women’s rights in Pakistan.