We are delighted to announce that Milton Keynes Islamic Arts and Culture has secured NPO status and is part of Arts Council England's Investment Programme 2023-26. We thank the Arts Council England, our partners, funders, artists, our team, trustees, and community members who helped to shape the organisation's vision and delivery. We aim to co-produce more participation in the high-quality, inclusive, representative cultural provision and create an international platform for Islamic Arts and Culture in the South East and Buckinghamshire. We proudly support our diverse communities and work in a vibrant cultural city alongside friends, migrant and refugee narrators, emerging companies, and artists. #letscreate
Art in the Park is coming back in 2023!
'Milton Keynes City Council is proud to support Milton Keynes Islamic Arts and Culture’s Art in the Park, which this year celebrates the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III and The Queen Consort. Art in the Park is an important part of Milton Keynes’ cultural calendar, with fantastic music, visual art, creative workshops, parades and delicious food representing all of MK’s communities. This year’s Festival theme is ‘Roots and Foundations', celebrating cultural heritage and shining a spotlight on the natural world and climate action. The Festival is free for all to enjoy.'
Join us for live music, large-scale outdoor events, comedy-spoken word and installations.
Free family activities, including a fun fair and lots of food from World Bazar, to add excitement to your coronation taste buds! - all taking place at MK Campbell Park
We look forward to seeing you in May!
MKIAC delivers a diverse range of art projects to promote shared learning, community cohesion and cultural understanding.
MKIAC is a not for profit organisation. We'd like to thank our supporters who enable us to produce high quality of arts delivery in Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas.
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Since 2002, MKIAC has been at the forefront of promoting inclusive arts and culture in Milton Keynes which reflects the city’s cultural diversity. Read about our journey here.