The Chaldean Cultural Center is hosting a virtual discussion series once a week where we will be interviewing authors, artists, painters, poets, filmmakers and people from various other arts, history and cultural backgrounds in an effort to reach audiences worldwide and to celebrate the achievements of the movers and shakers that influence the Chaldean community.
The Chaldean Cultural Center (CCC) is collaborating with Aramaic Studies to offer in-person Aramaic classes that will be taught by Mahir Awrahem and held at the CCC (located inside of Shenandoah Country Club). The 10-week classes will be held once a week, every Tuesday beginning on March 1 and ending Tuesday, May 3 2022 from 6:30 to 9 pm EST.
Register early as seats are limited.
Who Can Register?: High School and beyond
Admission Fees: $50 per person. To register, please click here: https://aramaicstudies.org/chaldean-cultural-center-registration-from/
Textbook: $69.99. Students should receive a copy of the book on the first day of class. For early copy of the book, order online, go to: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=GFGVDTDLNHPBW
We recently started the mobile museum in an effort to do community outreach presentations to schools, organizations, and corporations. We’ve since visited dozens of schools and gave presentations to over 1000 students.
These presentations include a curriculum based on our five galleries and exhibits contained in the Museum. The curriculum aligns with the State of Michigan’s Grade Level Content Expectations in the various Social Studies fields such as World History, Civics, Geography, and Contemporary World Issues. It also aligns with the 98th Legislative law, which mandates teaching of genocide in public schools for a total of 6 hours during grades 8 to 12.
If you would us to do a presentation at your school or workplace, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bring your students for a tour of the first and only Chaldean Museum in the world where professional docents will lead them through a stroll of our five galleries. Students and teachers also have the option of participating in various activities including folklore dancing, learning the Aramaic language, and tasting delicious traditional pastries.
The Center paints a portrait of a people, exploring the history that shaped them, the faith that sustains them, and the lives they lead today. At its heart is an exhibition that takes visitors from the court of Nebuchadnezzar to an immigrant grocery store in Detroit and beyond.