Delivered annually, Art in the Park is produced by Milton Keynes Islamic Arts & Culture Organisation (MKIAC), now in its 14th year, it is jam packed with creativity, connectivity and wonderful art for all to enjoy. This year, you can expect music, visual art, creative workshops, a parade and delicious food that represent all of MK’s communities.
Inspired by Islamic arts, heritage and culture, MKIAC covers a broad spectrum of inclusive arts-based events throughout the year. The group’s primary focus is using the arts as a vehicle to overcome societal divisions and provide a sense of community in Milton Keynes.
The festival theme is ‘Roots and Foundations’ and we invite artists and audiences to explore and reflect on the deep connections between culture, history, identity, and the natural world. We are celebrating not only our cultural heritage but also shining a spotlight on the environment and climate action.
Milton Keynes City Council is proud to support Milton Keynes Islamic Arts and Culture’s Art in the Park, which celebrates the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III and The Queen Consort.