GAMA Blogs

Geometry and Muslim Art

By: Sarah Tabassum

Have you ever been lucky enough to observe any medieval Islamic architecture closely? Was there anything that made you curious? The word “Muslim Art” or “Islamic Art” itself creates a majestic sensation. Besides having a charismatic outlook, Islamic artifacts possess some fascinating properties which are often overlooked. Driven by the enthusiasm I started to study […]

October 18, 2017

The Tiger Hunter Review

By: Amani Hamed

The tiger is dead, and the village rejoices and celebrates its hero. The colors of the lush Indian jungle and the saris of the village women saturate the screen as older Sami Malik (played by the always charming Danny Pudi) reminisces about his father; the brown-skinned mustachioed man who saved his village from the teeth […]

October 5, 2017

How Sufism Inspires My Artwork

By: Amina Khan

 The complexities of Sufism that lead to wholeness never cease to fulfill my curiosity and admiration. The mere essence of enlightenment found through an unbound love for God that is so prevalent in Sufism is truly majestic. The first time I witnessed a Sufi dance was in Konya, Turkey; where beloved Rumi Mevlana’s tomb remains. […]

September 16, 2017

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