Showing posts from June, 2013


Box Office Report: 'The Heat' Crushing 'White House Down,' Eyeing $39 Million Debut

Movie Review: "Lone Ranger" Can't Quite Pull it Off

‘The Mystic Black Body’, Photographs by Maïmouna Guerresi in France

Buddhist Group Outraged by 'Fallen Buddha' in Munich

Artist Winter Ross's Work Removed From SMU-in-Taos Show

Exporting Enlightenment: How the Buddha Became Chinese

God Squad: What is Made in 'God's Image'?

Bert and Ernie Cuddle Over Supreme Court Ruling

Hindu Artist Chitra Ganesh is Artist-in-Residence at Bose Pacia in New York City

San Francisco's Jewish Museum Explores Modern Art Through Spiritual Lens

Hindu Activist from Nevada Complains About Play in Minneapolis

Dallas Museum of Art Announces Plans for ‘Major Traveling Exhibition of Islamic Art and Culture’

Kickstar Helps Build Alex and Allyson Grey"s Art Temple

Visiting Buddhist Myanmar, Before It's Too Late

'Muslim Journeys' Art Exhibit Portrays Islamic Culture at Colorado Museum

William Gropper, Anti-Semitic Artist, that Hitler Made Love Jews

Conteptual Masterpieces Moving Believers Forward by Niccolo Cosme

The 2,600-year-old Cyrus Cylinder Now on Display at the Metroplitan Museum of Art

Gay Rights Advocates Predict National Victory by 2018

Official Says Nelson Mandela on Life Support; Pres. Zuma Cancels Travel Plans

Warhol Foundation Grants Opportunity for Defending Artist Rights

U.S. Supreme Court Rules on Behalf of Marriage Protections for Gays

An Era for Making Sacred Glass Coming to End in Indianapolis

Himalayan Buddhist Art 101: Controversial Art, Ithyphallic Deities

Suburbs vs. Downtown Mosaics of Sacred Space

How Much Do You Know About Religion? Take The Pew Quiz

New Superman Continues History of Casting Religious Shadows

Public Art and Antiracism Organizing

Movie Preview: "White House Down" -- Opening June 28

Call for Artists: Islamic Contemporary Art Show in Massachusetts

Auction of Fine Judaica at Kestenbaum & Company, Last Thursday

Once an African Slave, Now a God in India

Exporting Enlightenment: How the Buddha Came to Japan

$10,000 Cleveland Art Prize Goes to Religious Artist, Douglas Maz Utter

ACLU Files Suit Against Evansville, IN for Display of Plastic Crosses

Islamic Art Rises in the 2013 Venice Biennale

A Pakistani Artist’s Blood Red Display at NYC's Metropolitan Museum of Art

Demon Merchandising of Buddies: Buddha & Jesus, in Japan

India's Raqib Shaw Has First Exhibition in the Czech Republic

Famed Shaolin Temple Going Global With Los Angeles Debut


Movie Review: These Dead Don’t Walk. They Run.

Where is Jewish Art Now? Rising, Declining, or Neither?

Artists Offer Fresh Takes on Traditional Judaica in California

Today's Holydays with Art: Summer Solstice 2013

Picasso is the Answer to a Society That No Longer Believes in God

Like Letters in the Alphabet: Why So Many Gods in Hinduism

Making The Case For The Arts As A Jewish Communal Priority

Extremist Buddhist Monks Target Religious Minorities

Would Buddha, Jesus and Mohammad Agree that Obesity is a Disease?

Buddhist Monks Accused of Sexually Molesting Boys

Superman Spirituality: Is Hollywood Manipulating Christians?

From the Golden Calf to Gezi Park: Religious Imagery and Modern Protest

A Mexican Artist of Jewish Ascent Exhibits a Portrait of His Rabbi

“Families Are Families" Shows the Journey of Devout Mormon Parents to Accept their Young Gay Son

Superman As Hindu God? Nevada's Well Known Hindu Activist is Offended

Extremists Press Blasphemy Cases in a New Egypt