Summer at the Aga Khan Museum ☀️



Events & Programs

TD Pop-up Performer of the Week

Every Wednesday (5, 6, 7 pm), Saturday, and Sunday (12, 1, 3 pm)

Diar (دْيَار )

Throughout the year, enjoy informal performances presented by TD Bank Group — of jazz, Latin, Persian, traditional Asian music, and more — by a range of captivating artists in the Museum’s public spaces and galleries.

This week, listen to Diar (دْيَار ) — a Syrian band dedicated to reviving and preserving traditional Syrian and Arabic songs by infusing them with a flamenco touch. Their aim is to cultivate and celebrate the rich, Arabic heritage through their music, using easy rhythms so everyone can appreciate and enjoy it.

Learn more about our TD Pop-up Performances

Happening in and around Toronto

On display until November 19, 2023

On now at ROM: Being and Belonging

ROM invites visitors to examine the defining issues of our time from the perspective of 25 women artists from or connected to the broader Islamic world in the new original exhibition, Being and Belonging. Running until November 19, 2023, this bold exhibition presents the diverse voices and experiences of artists spanning the vast territory from West Africa to Southeast Asia, as well as from the wider Islamic diaspora.

Learn more about Being and Belonging

July 7–9 | Trillium Park | 955 Lakeshore Blvd W

Our friends at Small World Music are back with their Small World Music Festival!

Taking place July 7–9 at Trillium Park, you can join them for a FREE outdoor, family-friendly community celebration. It will be an unforgettable weekend of music, food, dance, crafts, and plenty more. The Festival continues Small World’s 25-year tradition of showcasing talented artists from around the world and around the corner.

Learn more about the festival

New in at the Aga Khan Museum Shop

Limited edition Museum merchandise available in-store only

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The Aga Khan Museum is built on land that is and has been under the stewardship of many Indigenous peoples over millennia, including the Anishinaabe, the Haudenosaunee, the Wendat and the Mississaugas of the Credit Nation. We are grateful for the opportunity to work and live on this land and be in this territory.

July 7, 2023 |
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