Book Awards

NNAAC Leadership Institute

The National Network for Arab American Communities will convene our 27 member organizations from across 11 states in the US for our next Leadership Institute. The institute provides a space to continue to develop key skills for our members, furthering our ability to serve our communities. The trainings offered will be pivotal for our members to be able to meet the challenges posed to Arab American non-profits today. 

On November 16, the Institute will be open to members of the general public who are interested in expanding their knowledge and developing their leadership skills. Tickets are $100. 

The gathering will be held at The Arab American Cultural & Community Center at 10555 Stancliff Rd. Houston, TX 77099. 

Tour

Education Group Sale Meal

Dance Demonstration

Music Lessons

Facility Rental - External

Arab Film Festival - Onsite

The Arab Film Festival (AFF), hosted by the Arab American National Museum (AANM), aims to bring the best of the best films from the Arab World and Arab American community to the doorsteps of metro Detroit.  This year's AFF takes place June 7-16 and the overall theme is on home, diaspora and community.  For more information or to reserve tickets for additional film programs, you can visit www.aanmfilmfest.org.

To receive your AANM Member discount, please sign-in or register at the upper right-hand corner of your screen before selecting the number of tickets you with to purchase.  The discount will appear after you add your tickets to the cart.  If you are a member of one of our partner institutions - Michigan Theater, Detroit Film Theatre or Cinema Lamont, please use the appropriate code on the second screen, once you select your purchase.  There will be a discount section where you can add your code.  

If you run into any problems or have any questions, please reach out to Dave Serio at dserio@accesscommunity.org or 313.624.0239.

Arab Film Festival - Offsite

The Arab Film Festival (AFF), hosted by the Arab American National Museum (AANM), aims to bring the best of the best films from the Arab World and Arab American community to the doorsteps of metro Detroit.  This year's AFF takes place June 7-16 and the overall theme is on home, diaspora and community.  For more information or to reserve tickets for additional film programs, you can visit www.aanmfilmfest.org.

To receive your AANM Member discount, please sign-in or register at the upper right-hand corner of your screen before selecting the number of tickets you with to purchase.  The discount will appear after you add your tickets to the cart.  If you are a member of one of our partner institutions - Michigan Theater, Detroit Film Theatre or Cinema Lamont, please use the appropriate code on the second screen, once you select your purchase.  There will be a discount section where you can add your code.  

If you run into any problems or have any questions, please reach out to Dave Serio at dserio@accesscommunity.org or 313.624.0239.

SURA Arts Academy - Registration

Learn about photography from local photographers with cameras provided by the Arab American National Museum! Using photography and AANM’s digital community history lab, middle school and high school students will tell stories about their lives, community and culture.  SURA will incorporate cell phone photography into the curriculum (please note cell phones are not mandatory). Their work will be celebrated in the annual SURA Student Photography Exhibition in Fall 2019. 

This year's theme is all about home, diaspora and community.

Registration deadline is 5 p.m. Friday, July 19th.  Class size limited to 20 students.

Please register or sign-in with the e-mail address associated with your Membership account to receive your Member discount.  If you experience difficulties, please contact Dave Serio at dserio@accesscommunity.org or 313.624.0239.

Concert of Colors

English-Arabic Storytime

 

Children ages 2-6 and their parents are invited to attend storytime in AANM’s library. A storyteller will read picture books in both English and Arabic, teaching a few Arabic words and phrases. Following the story, there will be time for free play, crafts or games in the library.

Yemen Iftar Dinner

Yemen Iftar Dinner will support Doctors without Borders in Yemen.

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