Keep Arabic Culture Alive!


The Center for Arabic Culture (CAC) is a nonprofit organization that promotes Arabic language, culture and the Arab American experience at its best. CAC is reaching its 10-year mark and its existence is only possible because of generous donors like you.

Fall 2015 Film Screenings


The CAC & Aga Khan Documentation Center at MIT are collaborating this fall to present 3 award-winning documentaries! These films are part of the Creative Dissent Exhibit at MIT. The first film will be on October 30th in Somerville, MA and will be followed by a discussion with the director. Free and open to the public. See you there!

CAC Presents: Arabic Music Workshops

Arabic Music Workshops with Basam Saba

The Arabic Music Workshops will introduce students to the music of the Arab World. They are open to all levels of professional performers and college students. The 6-hour intensive workshops feature a rigorous program of improvisation, rhythm, ornamentation and ensemble. All instruments are welcome.

2014 Annual Appeal


Our strength as an organization comes from you, our members, participants, donors and volunteers, who make the Center for Arabic Culture (CAC) vibrant and strong! We are very proud of the milestones we have achieved, but we also think we can do better, grow even more, and add even more programs. Your donation will make a world of difference!

NEW CAC Class! “Arabic Kids Playgroup”

New Arabic Kids Playgroup

The CAC is happy to announce a new class for children ages 3-5 yrs. focusing on: singing, storytelling & learning the alphabet through games. This class will help your child learn the Arabic language as well as improve invaluable motor and social skills. Parents are encouraged to be part of the experience!

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