The mission of the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art (DDFIA) is to promote the study and understanding of Islamic arts and cultures.

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Honolulu, HI

Owned and supported by DDFIA, Shangri La is the Honolulu home of Doris Duke. Built in 1937, Shangri La houses an extensive collection of Islamic art. It is open for public tours and serves as a place for learning about Islamic arts and cultures.

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New York, NY

Supported by DDFIA, the Building Bridges Program is a national grant-making program which funds the use of the arts and media arts to advance relationships, increase understanding and reduce bias between Muslim and non-Muslim communities.

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Other Doris Duke Related Websites

Duke Farms

Explore Duke Farms, the 2,700-acre estate in New Jersey that Doris Duke's father created at the turn of the 20th century.


Doris Duke Charitable Foundation

Read about the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation's grantmaking programs at


Rough Point

Visit Rough Point to learn about the Duke family's Newport mansion and collection of European fine and decorative arts.


DDFIA Offices: 650 Fifth Avenue, 19th Floor   |   New York, NY 10019   |   Phone: 212-974-7000   |   Fax: 212-974-7590

DDFIA is an operating foundation supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.

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