Showing posts from November, 2012

Book Review: ‘The Testament of Mary,’ by Colm Toibin

I AM Part of the 1000/$10 Campaign

Atheist Extremists Challenge ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’

Experience the Art, Not the Claustrophobia, in Smithsonian's 3D Buddhist Cave Experience

Himalayan Buddhist Art 101: King Gesar of Ling

Seeing Orientalist Art as an Aid to East-West Dialogue

Egyptian Jihadist Calls for Destruction of Sphinx, Pyramids

Mormons Pissed at OC Weekly For Satirical Image of Mitt Romney

Burqa Art: Naneci Yurdagül's 'Burquoi' Exhibition Forces Visitors To Veil Themselves (PHOTOS)

Chris Stedman Is A Faithiest: Atheists Involved In Interfaith Dialogue

Barack Obama Depicted As Jesus: 'The Truth' Painting Draws Criticism For Controversial Metaphor (PHOTO)

Artist Yisehak Selassie Spotlights Art of Ethiopian Christian from Worshiped Family

California Collectors's Nepalese Art at the Crocker Museum

London - A World City in 20 Objects: No. 9 Shiva Nataraja, the God Shiva Dancing in a Ring of Flames

Daniel Mitsui Announces Creation of Millefleur Press

Book Review: Titian Painted in a New Biography

Vatican Sells Stamps To Restore Famed Bernini Colonnade In St. Peter's Square

Michael D'Antuono's 'Who The Hell Is Grover Norquist' Painting May Haunt Your Dreams (PHOTOS)

Multi-faith Exhibition in England Breaks Down Barriers


Sifting Through Anatolia's Dark Sins and Bright Cultures

Camille Paglia Takes a Personal Tour Through All Art Ever Made

Artist Wins Art Prize for Work on Her Conversion from Buddhism to Catholicism

Movie Review: "Rise of the Guardians" Directed by Peter Ramsey

Japanese Artist Shinji Turner-Yamamoto's Bright Ideas For a Forgotten Cincinnati Church

The Left's Christian Bashing Art is Cowardly, Hypocritical, and Predictable

France Bans Access to 'End of World' Refuge

Movie: "Lincoln" (4 Stars)

Paintings Created Hundreds of Years After 1st Thanksgiving Aren't Historically, Factually Accurate

Movie Review: ‘Life of Pi,’ Directed by Ang Lee (3 Stars)

'Color Of Christ': A Story Of Race And Religion In America

An Oil-Rich Revolution: Christian Painting in the 15th Century

North Carolina Joins the Power 2 Give

Eight Days to Learn Islamic Ornamentation

Artist, Michael Galovic Finds Modern Meaning in Christian Relics

Onion Domes On The Seine? Orthodox Cathedral Sparks Controversy In Paris

Revamped Pope John Paul II Statue Unveiled to Public

Tribute to Kailee (Nov. 4-11, 2012)


Hauntingly Beautiful Video Wins Blake Prize for Religious Art

Art Review: 'Bodies and Shadows' Shows Caravaggio's Influence

On Gay Marriage, Voters Got it Right Even if Extremists Get it Wrong

A&O Meetup in NYC: A Chance to Scream

Proposed India Mosque Hit by Holy Hair Row

A Potent Symbol of Jewish Life in America, the Eruv Gets Unprecedented Exhibition at YU Museum

Art Exhibit Outside of Hillel Commemorates Kristallnacht

Auction Anonymity Ended By Courts in New York

NYC Exhibit Highlights Tiffany's Religious Objects

How to Rebrand Islam? Try Asking an Israeli

Rick Jenkins Brings Out of the Buddhist Fire to the Art Space

Russian Jewish Museum Opens in Moscow

A Kickstarter Campaign for an Ancient Site in Afghanistan

Divine Buddhist Paintings of Korea Debuts at Museum of Fine Arts

Vincent Van Gogh's Unappreciated Journey With Christianity