The annual Muslim Arts and Culture Festival – or MACFest as it’s known for short – has unveiled the initial line up
Now entering its fourth year, MACFEST is a celebration of Muslim art and culture that brings together faith and non-faith communities
On 22 May 2017 Manchester, and the world, was devastated by the attack on Manchester Arena that killed 23 people.
From the 30th & 31st of January 2021 and throughout 2021, the Muslim Arts and Culture Festival MACFEST will present a diverse selection of speakers, artists, cultures and much more!
Join us for an afternoon of enchantment and enjoyment. A journey through the Middle East in the West with The BAME Project.
Celebrating International Women Week: with a presentation on ‘ The Black Queens of Islam’ by Ismeal Lea South.
Join us, as we celebrate international Women’s Day with Muslim women of Greater Manchester as they celebrate their cultural heritage.
On this episode of What’s On, we cover “MACFEST 2021: The Black Queens of Islam”, a presentation which celebrates African & Afro-Caribbean Muslim women
Trafford College and its community partners will be hosting an action-packed day of online activities
Join us in South Africa for an exciting panel on books, books – and more books with Khalyla Harito, an avid reader and a book seller!
Macfest showcases Muslim culture across art, film, photography, literature, architecture, history, music and performance.
The Muslim Arts and Culture Festival, UK is celebrating International Women’s Week with a presentation on ‘The Black Queens of Islam‘ by Ismael Lea South.
Following the huge success of its launch in 2018, the second edition of Manchester’s award-winning Muslim Arts and Culture Festival