The Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (AKPIA@MIT) is an academic program part of the MIT Department of Architecture. The program offers degree courses and sponsors public lectures and conferences at MIT. In addition the program offers travel grants for MIT students, as well as postdoctoral fellowships with residence at MIT.
Introducing the official Youtube channel for AKPIA@MIT, where you can find videos of our new talk-podcasts and our lectures and other events. Videos of our events before 2022 are in the MIT Department of Architecture channel. Starting in 2022 all events will be in both afore mentioned locations.
|FALL 2022 LECTURES & EVENTS|
An exhibition of the work of Azra Aksamija, AKPIA@MIT's interim director, at the new MIT Museum. The exhibition was produced with the Future Heritage Lab and titled Coring America. Components of this work have been previously produced for and shown at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, for the Sanctuary Exhibition.
September 23, MIT Community day, open to everyone
Saturday October 1, is an open house to welcome the Cambridge Community.
Sunday October 2, the Museum opens to the general public.
CANCELLED, MAYBE RESCHEDULED
FOR THE LECTURES BELOW, REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED ONLY FOR NON-MIT ATTENDEES.
|LOOK THOUGH OUR LECTURE HISTORY AND RECORDINGS|
Introducing the Aga Khan Trust for Culture Media Catalogue. The new catalogue contains links to AKTC resources, which are available to download or consult online. These resources include, films, images, educational lectures and presentations, journals, brochures, and publications, for the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, Aga Khan Music Programme, Aga Khan Historic Cities Programme, Education Programme, Aga Khan Programme for Islamic Architecture and Aga Khan Museum.