For the first time ever, the organisational team in Baku collaborated with MACFEST to host a rich, multidisciplinary showcase of Azerbaijan's food, fashion, architecture, art, history and culture. Check out what was on offer...
From the 30th & 31st of January 2021 and throughout 2021 Muslim Arts and Culture Festival will present to you a diverse selection of speakers, artists, cultures and more that will be showcasing throughout our events! Our international festival line up will take you on an unmissable arts and culture journey from Manchester to Azerbaijan!
Most of our events will be online and free so save your space now!
We have footage of many of our festival events, discussions and celebrations on our YouTube channel so if you missed an event or want to learn more about Muslim culture and how we tackle hate
as a community, then please check out our channel at any time.
The British Muslim Awards
In recognition of contribution to social responsibility at The University of Manchester
In recognition of the amazing work in celebrating arts and connecting communities in Greater Manchester
In recognition of great and valuable services of the community
We aim to bring Muslim and non- Muslim communities together,
promote social inclusion and overcome barriers.
Muslim Arts and Culture Festival will celebrate the diversity
and richness of Muslim heritage.
It will engage people of all ages and denominations, including school,
college and university students and local communities.
Qaisra Shahraz FRSA
Founder, Director & Curator of MACFEST