University of Alberta, in partnership with Ismaili Council for Canada and Dr Karim Gillani, organizes a Summer Camp on Music & Art in the Muslim World

An excellent opportunity for children aged 10 – 15 to learn arts and music from the experts.

Organized by Dr. Karim Gillani, University of Alberta's Summer Camp for Children: Music and Art in the Muslim World
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Explore the serene sound of Indian sitar! Discover fascinating rhythms of Arabic drums! Experience the mesmerizing sound of Persian Santur! Learn the exquisite art of calligraphy! You can study all under one roof. Do not miss this unique opportunity to join Music and Art in the Muslim World summer camp at the University of Alberta. The camp will include numerous activities such as games, building and creating hand-made instruments, calligraphy, painting, drama, and music performance. Accomplished musicians, painters and artists will deliver presentations and enlighten students with their rich experiences and contributions. The camp aims to provide children with an opportunity to explore and discover music and art of the Muslim world under the guidance of qualified and trained instructors from the University of Alberta’s Department of Music.

Skill Development

  • Developing a deeper understanding of Muslim cultures, values and spirituality
  • Celebrating diversity and cultural pluralism through art, music and poetry
  • Enhancing artistic, social, and intellectual development
  • Nurturing talent and creativity

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