Spring Fling Open House
Spring Fling Volunteers Needed

Volunteers Needed for Spring Fling Open House

10 Volunteers Needed for Spring Fling Open House! The CAC is looking for 10 good people to help out at the Spring Fling on May 10, 2014.

April Movie Night Amreeka

AMREEKA — April Movie Night: Friday, 4/25/14 at 7:30 pm

AMREEKA — April Movie Night: Friday, April 25, 2014. Amreeka is a drama centered on the trials and tribulations of a proud Palestinian immigrant single mother and her teenage son in small-town Indiana. It documents the lives of a Palestinian-American family in both the West Bank and in post 911, suburban Chicago.

“Mending Syria” – Free Community Workshops – Next Workshop April 12th

“Mending Syria” – Free Community Workshop –2nd Workshop is April 5th, 2014. Additional dates: April 12, May 3, May 17, May 31 and June 14, 2014.
You are invited to be part of a community effort to Mending Syria through quilt making with Clara Wainwright, a visionary artist who began to make fabric art in 1971. We hope that people of diverse faiths who care about the future of Syria will want to participate.

CAC Children's Choir

Announcing New CAC Children’s Choir

The Center for Arabic Culture is announcing the establishment of its children’s choir for ages 8-14. CAC will be offering an additional class at Mt. Ida College, with the goal to build an Arabic Children’s Choir. The course will be taught at 12:30 to 1:30 pm. starting March 2, 2014 to May 18, 2014, based on the CAC Arabic School Calendar (No class on March 30 or April 20).

Calligraphy: Private Instruction Available Beginning March, 2014


Taught by master calligrapher Hajj Wafaa, these lessons will introduce participants to Arabic calligraphy and its historieal context within the Arab-Muslim world. Dates are available during our regular spring cultural classes period for Session II: March 1st through April 30, 2014.

Annual King’s Academy Reception – Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014

King’s Academy invites you to their annual reception for friends, alumni, educational colleagues and prospective families. Ritz-Carlton Boston Common, Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014.

Internships Available: Development & Events Interns Needed

Interested in an Internship/Volunteering in the Nonprofit Sector in Development and Event Planning? The Center for Arabic Culture is looking for a team of 6 Development and Events Interns/Volunteers who have a deep interest in the nonprofit world.  Interns/volunteers will work on fundraising, non-profit marketing, and event and outreach planning.  All candidates should have solid writing … Continue reading

Announcing Auditions for “Waiting for Gilgamesh: Scenes from Iraq”

Fort Point Theatre Channel is holding auditions for its 2014 productions, including Waiting for Gilgamesh, on Sunday, Jan. 12, 3-7 pm and Tuesday, Jan. 14, 7-10 pm. World premiere presented by Fort Point Theatre Channel, the Joiner Institute for the Study of War and Social Consequences, and the Odysseus Project; Cosponsored by the Center for Arabic Culture.
Production dates: June 20-28, 2014 (tentative)

Annual Appeal 2013

Thank You CAC Friends and Donors for all that you have done to support the Center for Arabic Culture.
Please help us continue our work by making a contribution.

Monthly Movie Nights: Tales About Arabs Around the World

The CAC Movie Nights are back again this year. Showings begin again in January, 2014 and will end in May. Please visit the CAC website for updates and more information.

Multicultural Night at MassBay Community College

For anyone interested in the multicultural resources that MassBay has to offer.

Thursday, April 24th, from 6-8 p.m., 50 Oakland St., Wellesley Hills, MA.

WEFT Faculty Concert – by Tufts University Dept. of Music

WEFT Faculty Concert – Presented by Tufts University Dept. of Music – Sunday, April 6th, 2014

“Ismail” by Nora Alsharif — Screening at the CAC Spring Fling Open House May 10th

The CAC is proud to announce that the Boston Palestinian Film Festival (BPFF) will sponsor the showing of the film Ismail by Nora Alsharif : Inspired by the late Palestinian painter Ismail Shammout (1930-2006), this story is about a young Palestinian who sells cakes in an effort to support his parents after their expulsion to a … Continue reading

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