Showing posts from January, 2013

Chakra's Picture of the Week: Bala Krishna

Modesty in Ultra-Orthodox Brooklyn Is Enforced by Secret Squads

A City Drenched in Sugar: King Cakes for Holy Days

Theism and Vedas

Scientology Was Inevitable: The Lesson of Lawrence Wright's Book, "Going Clear"

Eastern Expansion | Yale University Art Gallery

Review: "Hansel & Gretal" Witch Hunters"

Art Review: 'Into the Mystic' at Michael Kohn Gallery

Why Many Followers of Hinduism Don't Eat Meat?

American Jews Are Speaking Out Against Anti-Muslim Ads

MexiCali Biennial: The Horrors of (Supposed) Oral Fixation

Timkat: An Ethiopian Celebration of Epiphany

Turkmen Jewelry from the Collection of Marshall and Marilyn R. Wolf

Ashe to Amen: African Americans and Biblical Imagery

Edward Noriega, Disturbing the Comfortably Religious in Alabama

Pope: Easy Annulments Undercut Value of Marriage

Warner Sallman's "Head of Christ" at Center of Ohio Controversey

Opinion: Trashing of Timbuktu a Terrible Loss

Holy Land, USA: From Place of Pilgrimage to Creepy Destination

California Museum Showcasing Hindu & Buddhist Relics As Part of Nepal Exhibition

It’s a Thin Line: The Eruv and Jewish Community in New York and Beyond

Artist Uses Blood to Show Link Between Body and Spirit

Indian Buddhism: Birch-Bark Treasures


Erika D. Smith: Being Part of the Process May Come at a Price to Art

Brandeis University Arts Expert to Present "Truth or Beauty" Lecture in Arizona

Polish Prisoners Put Paint to Paper Creating Religious Art

Religion News Roundup: Pope App is Live

Impressive Asian Art at the Museum of Fine Arts

Graffiti Church: Artist Hense Gives Place Of Worship A Wildly Colorful Makeover

Exhibit Review: Islam at The Louvre

Video Games As Religious Art Experiences. Is The Time, Now?

Alabama Art Show Canceled Because of Ed Noriega's Offensive Images

An iPad Dock as a Religious Relic? Yes, Really

Art Reviews: 'Dirty Dozen' at Blue Star Contemporary Museum, 'Hieroglyphs' at Linda Pace Foundation

NYC's Metropolitan Museum’s New Galleries for Islamic Art Department Draw One Million Visitors

Islamic Art boosts Paris Museum Visitors Hitting 10 million in 2012

Adrian Santos Creates Star Wars Rosaries for $25

Movie Review: "Beasts of the Southern Wild"

“Islamic Art” Exhibition Planned in Moscow

Shiva, Vishnu and Devi Inspire Satish Gupta's Sculpture Paintings

Art, Race, Space Symposium in Indianapolis

Dreamkeepers: Honor Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. With Creativity


Millions of Hindus Enter River Ganges In Maha Kumbh Mela, Worlds Largest Religious Festival

‘We Are Patriarchs’ Series By Elke Reva Sudin

Art Gallery Threatened Over Talmud Artwork

Will Religion Survive the Internet?

Roman Catholic Church Begins Process to Beatify 9-year-old Brazilian Girl

By the Numbers: Top-Selling Artists of 2012

Robert Indiana Wins Suit Over Hindi ‘Love’ Sculptures

Islamic Artist, Ismail Md Zain Spreads Divine Messages Through Digital Paintings

Corey Drieth's Abstract Exhibit ‘Devotional’ on View in Montana

‘Sanjusangen-do’ — A Splendid Collection of Japanese Buddhist Art

Contemporary Islamic Art is the Visualization of the Greatness of the Creater

Neapolitan Church Portraits Speak to the Earthly World

Controversey Continues: Swedish Artist Investigated for Use of Holocaust Victims' Ashes

Fighting Back as Mexican Churches Are Looted