Creativity & The Spiritual Path: Kuala Lumpur

Tuesday, March 20, 2012


For the first time in Malaysia and hosted by the one and only 
an Australian graphic designer, photographer and artist who has worked with the likes of 
Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens), Sami Yusuf and Usama Canon. 


Creativity and the Spiritual Path (CSP) is an ongoing series of events designed to nurture and cultivate creativity among Muslims around the globe, both individually and collectively. CSP has been described as “a gathering of conversations” reflecting a renewed interest in artistic and creative endeavors undertaken by Muslims everywhere. The intention of CSP events is to facilitate dialogue and activities relevant to Artists, Designers, Musicians, Directors, Writers, Thinkers and creative types. The specific format for the events involves a series of presentations, discussion panels and spiritual talks from culturally-relevant Islamic scholars. To date five events have been held in Australia, Canada and the United States. They have helped to showcase both experienced professionals and rising talents across a spectrum of creative disciplines in the global Muslim community, offering unique opportunities to learn, share and connect.

Creativity & The Spiritual Path: Kuala Lumpur
 Venue: Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia, Jalan Lembah Perdana, KL 
Date: Saturday 7 April 
Time: 8.30am - 5pm 
Price: RM70 (forum only) / RM100 (forum + lunch)

Creativity & The Spiritual Path Dinner 
 Venue: Sime Darby Convention Center, 1A Jalan Bukit Kiara 1, KL
Date: Sunday 8 April
 Time: 7 pm 
Price: RM150 (dinner) / RM200 (forum with lunch + dinner)


Clearly an exclusive event not to be missed. Tickets are selling fast. Register online today!

Ticket enquiries: info@taatfoundation.org / 03 2166 6300 / 016 2258 311 (Amie)  
General enquiries: sharifah@crescentcollective.org - 017 6164020

For other information please visit Creativity and the Spiritual Path: Kuala Lumpur 

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Assalamu alaikum sha,
creative post of pormoting creativity.
May Allah bless you.

Wassalam.
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LaiLa said...

Hope you enjoy it :)