Word and Image in Islamic ArtCourse
“Word and Image” explores how artists from the inception of Islam in the 7th century to the present day have navigated between the visual and verbal realms to create spellbinding works of art.
Cities of the Islamic WorldCourse4.1 average rating (13 reviews)
Quench your thirst for travel and adventure with an extraordinary new webinar series showcasing the splendour of the most storied cities in the Muslim World.
Studio Sessions: The Art of BookmakingCourse4.7 average rating (11 reviews)
Explore the ideas, materials, and techniques behind the centuries-old art of bookmaking. Examine examples from the collection of the Aga Khan Museum, followed by visits to the studio of master artists, and hands-on experiments for all skill levels.
Islamic Art 101Course4.6 average rating (49 reviews)
Indulge your curiosity this fall with a fascinating online lecture series on the basics of Islamic art. In this course, you will explore the geography and history of the Muslim world through the lens of arts and culture.
Islamic Architecture: Past to PresentCourse5.0 average rating (16 reviews)
The mosque, the palace, the tomb, the bazaar: each unit in this series focuses on a different type of building from the world of Islamic architecture and examines a range of historic and contemporary buildings.