Aga Khan Museum features images of the Skate Girls of Kabul and holds a pop-up park by the Chill Foundation which teaches kids to skateboard.
Aga Khan Museum
Aga Khan Museum’s new exhibit, A City Transformed: Images of Istanbul Then and Now, promises a time-travelling adventure to the heart of the old Ottoman Empire — Istanbul.
City council has confirmed its support for a property tax exemption for the Aga Khan Museum and Ismaili Centre, a museum of Islamic and Iranian art located in the Don Mills area.
“The message was being conveyed through the art,” said Amirali Alibhai, the head of performing arts at the Aga Khan Museum, which is located on Wynford Drive. He said he was proud to host the event and added that it shows the strength of diversity — while acknowledging that some people might find it surprising that a centre for Islamic culture would host an Israeli musical troupe.