Educational Packages for Schools - Get the most out of the IMA experience for your students by selecting from our range of educational packages for schools.
Guided tours of the museum are available for groups of 8 and over. A tour guide will accompany your group for detailed explanations of gallery content.
Your generous donations help us in providing you with innovative educational programs, engaging exhibitions, thanking our volunteers and achieving our vision.
IMA is the perfect venue to host your next corporate, community or private function. Our venue hire facilities include our multi-function centre, theatrette, or art workshop rooms. Our facilities are ideal for conducting professional development seminars for your school or organisation.
We rely on our volunteers to help us carry out the important work we do in bringing communities together. From the friendly faces that greet you at reception, to our enthusiastic tour guides and creative art workshop assistants – we have a role at IMA to suit everyone.
The Patron’s Fund has been established to support the academic and creative pursuits of Australians looking to further their knowledge in a field of study or creative practice that will contribute to the IMA’s mission.
IMA has a variety of sponsorship options available for our supporters from the corporate sector. Our sponsorship packages are tailored and customized to our partners needs.
We acknowledge and thank all our wonderful philanthropic and corporate supporters. Click here to find out more about individuals and organisations you will join when you support the Islamic Museum Museum.
Staying fit and healthy by Nawel Taha
Home with Kids by Maysaa Fahour
Riding the Wave in the Pandemic, by Monique Toohey
Community Week 2018
Reviving the Art of Storytelling
IMA’s Women Only Morning Tea
Between Inscription and Gesture
5 Tips in 5 Minutes
Mehdi Hassan at IMA
IMA @ Northlands
IMA Free Entry
Crescent Institute at IMA
Public Speaking Workshop at IMA
Tours at IMA
National Youth Week 2017
IMA Harmony Week Festival
Gala Dinner 2017
Poetry Week at IMA
The arrival of Muslim Maccassan fishermen on the coast of Northern Australia in the early 1700s marked the beginning of a long lasting trade relationship between the Macassans and First Nations people. Over time, these communities developed a mutual respect for one another and shared cultural and religious traditions.
With this in mind, we acknowledge both the traditional owners of the land we gather on today, the Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, and beyond who have shared their land with us over centuries of Muslim migration.