The AIC Center – Boston, was located on Newbury Street, as a center for advancing tolerance and the exchange of ideas among Muslims and between other people. The AIC Center offered visitors a gateway to a scene of innovators and artists who explore the diversity of American Muslim identity. Overlooking the Back Bay, the center’s gleaming white interior hall included a stage for artistic performances, business roundtables, human rights panels, and social events.
The center’s multimedia facilities screened cutting-edge films and video feeds from inspiring civil rights advocates around the world. Gallery space held exhibits by local and international artists. Conference rooms hosted educational programs led by experts in myriad disciplines. The venue was also reserved for celebrations, community events and classes.