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Museum Events


October 28, 2015 to February 29, 2016
REGISTRATION OPEN: Traditional Arabic Music Lessons Winter 2016


February 11, 2016
The Big Read Dearborn Book Discussion: Poe's Great Stories + Poems FREE


February 12, 2016
Global Fridays: Noura Mint Seymali (Mauritanian)


March 4, 2016
Global Fridays: The Murphy Beds (Irish folk) + Irish dance workshop


March 15, 2016
The Big Read Dearborn Lecture: Poe + Orientalism FREE


March 19, 2016
Craft Session: Loom Beadwork for ages 8+ FREE


April 9, 2016
Pushing Boarders Skateboard Session for ages 8+


April 9, 2016
Film: Kickflips Over Occupation + Q&A with director Maen Hammad


April 29, 2016
Global Fridays: Tarek Abdallah & Adel Shams El-Din (Egyptian)


May 13, 2016
Global Fridays: Abdulrahman Al Akhfash (Yemeni traditional) + lecture on Yemeni culture


May 13, 2016
Jewelry Empowering Women: A Yemeni Story lecture & reception with Marjorie Ransom FREE

The Arab American National Museum's Public Programming plays a dynamic role in the preservation and celebration of the cultural heritages of all people. We value the arts not only as an aesthetic expression of the human experience, but also as a tool that empowers all people and instills community pride. Through the arts, we hope to build bridges that span racial, cultural and ethnic divisions. With these goals in mind the Museum's Public Programming embraces all cultural art forms.

Included in the Museum's public programming are conferences, multicultural performance series, film festivals, arts collaborations with area ethnic communities, major festivals, children's craft classes, diversity training, seminars, author's readings, book signings and residency projects. These events take place both on and off site. We invite collaborations with area organizations; please call 313.624.0203 for details. 

To find out more, please contact the Education & Public Programming Department at 313-624-0203.
13624 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn, MI 48126 - Phone (313) 582-AANM (2266) A Project of ACCESS