MUSEUMS

By Rev. Joshua Burkholder

Each month, our friends get together to talk about contemporary religious art and ideas. They are Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Muslim, Jewish, and others too. To keep up to date, sign-up for our weekly e-newsletter.

In October 2017, during the Blink festival, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati will transform its facade into an art display with sound, video projection and LED technology. Credit Blink

CALIFORNIA
ILLINOIS
MICHIGAN
  • ArtPrize: "9th Annual" (September 20 - October 8, 2017; Downtown Grand Rapids; (616) 214-7906; artprize.org
NEW JERSEY
NEW YORK
OHIO
PENNSYLVANIA
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art: South Asian Art Galleries (Reopened Oct. 2, 2016); 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia; (215)763-8100; philamuseum.org
TENNESSEE
TEXAS
WASHINGTON, DC
  • Museum of the Bible: Grand Opening this fall 2017 including an 8-week run of the former  Broadway musical “Amazing Grace” (Nov. 18 - Jan. 7, 2018) in the museum’s 472-seat World Stage Theater; 409 3rd St SW, Washington, DC; museumofthebible.org
  • Smithsonian/Arthur M. Sackler Gallery: "Chinamania" (Through June 4, 2017); 1050 Independence Ave. SW; 1050 Independence Ave SW; Washington, DC; asia.si.edu
Add a Museum exhibition on Religious Art to the calendar by e-mailing the details to "Greg(at)disneybritton.com".