Got an email today about a group in Pakistan that is attempting to bring about peaceful change through the arts. The group is ALAAP, and their peace declaration is an interesting read.
On Friday, April 10, 2015, from 7-8:30PM, I will be discussing a film at the Rubin Museum of Art in NYC. The film is about conjoined twins in Iran, one of whom is religious, and the other is not. Please join me. Details can be found here.
Ideal Super Bowl XLV keepsake book City by Design Dallas features exclusive renderings of Cowboys Stadium and other iconic works of architecture | Cision Wire. The 72-story Bank of America Plaza was designed by Rees Associates (formerly JPJ Architects) in the 1980s yet stands today as impressive and progressive as the day it was envisioned, with its clever floor plate arrangement that affords 16 corner offices, as opposed to the standard four, on each floor. In contrast to this iconic structure are equally brilliant yet decidedly smaller structures such as Hidell Associates’ Ismaili Jamatkhana, a prayer hall that makes use…
Special LIVE Performances of the Domestic Crusaders in NYC on 9-11 Weekend. The award-winning two-act play written by Muslim American writer Wajahat Ali is returning to NYC for a special performance commemorating the 10th anniversary of 9/11. Audiences will have a unique and rare opportunity to share a day in the life of a modern Muslim Pakistani-American family of six eclectic, unique members, who convene at the family house to celebrate the twenty-first birthday of the youngest child.