Showing posts from July, 2012

Iranian-Artist Copies Quran's Entire 114 Chapters in Silver & Platinum

The Bodhisattva as Compassion Warrior

Exploring Jewish Mysticism Through Art: Ascent Retreat Focuses on Re-Creation

Bible Museum Closes $50 Million Deal For Spot Near Washington DC's National Mall


Louvre To Launch New Islamic Art Galleries In September

Old Masters Inspire New Life for Pennsylvania Artist Eric Armusik

Torah Inspires Arizona Artist's 'Visual Midrash'

The Galilee Circus Brings Arab and Jewish Children Together (Video)

The Arts in Indianapolis Contribute $384 Million a Year to Economy

(PHOTOS) 5 Faiths Friday: Hidden Truths

Thomas Kinkade Wanted to Build a Museum for His Fans, Says Girlfriend

Shilpaguru Rathakrishnan's Imposing Nataraja Sculptures Spring to Life (VIDEO)

Ancient Buddhist Sites in Vizag, India Cry for World Heritage Status

Houston Jewish Artist Sees Deep Values in Hebrew Letters

Feds Raid Manhattan Storage Facility to Recover Buddhist and Hindu Art

Today's Holyday Art (ST. ANNE) for Vodouists by Jordi Cohen

Indianapolis Museum of Art to Feature Display of Islamic Art

Faces of Dharma: Selected Works of Tibetan Buddhist Art

Colorful, Imaginative Islamic Calligraphy Exhibition Opens at Alhamra in Pakistan

For My Son: "Jerusalem" An Aerial Tour

Lecture: "The Buddhist Art of Bhutan" at the San Diego Museum of Art

Art Review: Turkish Born Artist Nezaket Ekici's Chador Women and Pink Piglets

Yalda Pashai's Photo Series 'Illuminations' Presents Lives Of Gay Muslims (PHOTOS)

Asian Americans and Religion: A Mosaic of Faiths

Gandhara Relics: Stolen or Not, Police and Archaeologists Can’t Agree on One Number

Indian Buddha Dating Back to 6th Century on Exhibit in Hong Kong

Complex Emotions Over First American Indian Saint

St. Michael's Church in Illinois Evokes Artistic, Spiritual Inspiration

Menachem Wecker: Faith Shows Up in a Big Way at Houston’s Big Show

Today's Holiday Art (PIONEER DAY) for Mormons

Anti-Islam Bus Ads OK'd By Judge in NYC Call Enemies Of Israel "Savages"

Chariots of Fire: Anti-Semitism, Sabbath and Sponsors — the Art Market Called Olympics

9-day Jewish Mourning (and Artless) Period Commemorates Destruction of Temples

Researchers Find 1 in 5 Americans Without Religious Affiliation

Restoration Begins on Murals at St. John's Seminary in California

Following the Buddha in Bodh Gaya, India

Today's Holyday Art (HAILE SELASSIE) for Rastafari


City Council in Utah Cancels Christian Concert, Then Reverses Itself

Today's Holyday Art (RAMADAN) for Muslims by Helen Zughaib

Movie Review: "The Dark Knight Rises" Brings Trilogy to a Satisfying Close (3 Stars)

Bangkok's Artful Tribute to The Grace of Buddhist Monks

Tennessee County Loses Battle to Prevent Muslim Occupation of New Mosque

Mayor Accuses Federal Government of Christian Censorship

Marriage Contracts: "Ketubahs" Take on New Meaning for Younger Jews

(PHOTOS) 5 Faiths Friday

Pakistani Military Sponsors Islamic Art and Calligraphic Exhibition

Cultural Genocide or Business Opportunity? Smuggling of Buddhist Art in Pakistan

Amsterdam's Red Light District Giving Birth to Church Art, Dining, and Shops

Berlin Art Show Explores Tradition And Taboo In Judaism, Christianity, And Islam

Sand Sculpture Created by Hindu Artist Sudarsan Pattnaik in Spain

Finding A Refuge Silent Enough to Hear God’s Whisper

"Heaven, Hell, and Dying Well" at the Getty Museum

Illinois Artist Suzanne Mancuso Seeks Photos of 1,000 Churches for Second World Record

Chicago's Daniel Mitsui's Christian Art Moving Sale

(VIDEO) Salute to Retiring Head of Lilly Endowment-Religion Division, Rev. Dr. Craig Dykstra

RIP Michelangelo Merisi Carravagio (Date of Death: July 18, 1610)

Buddhist Art Importer, Lotus Sculpture Partners With Chopra Center for Wellbeing

Istanbul Palace Gallery Opens Islamic Art Exhibition

For Crypto-Jews of New Mexico, Art is a Window into Secret Life