Showing posts from July, 2013

Multi-media Group Exhibition ‘Show Of Faith’ Featuring Saudi Arabian Artists

Myanmar's Buddhist Monastery Offers Spiritual Bootcamp for Art Historian

Controversial Argentinian Artist León Ferrari Has Died, Age 92

Sacred Visions: Nineteenth-Century Biblical Art from the Dahesh Museum Collection Opens at MOBIA this Fall

Made Djirna, a Phenomenon in Balinese Art

India's Police Called in Over the Case of Australian Gallery's Stolen Statue

Billionare's Son Takes Wealthy to Task for Giving as Guilt Washing

The British Museum’s Hajj exhibition inspires Paris, Leiden and Doha

Indiana Charter School Grade Changed to Benefit Influential Republican Donor

Bartering With Artists, a Forgotten Form of Collecting

69-Year-Old Nonprofit in Cincinnati Closes Its Doors—Isolated Incident, or Part of a Trend?

Quietly Blind, or Bold Like Bartimaeus

Virgin and Child Enthroned’ by Pedro Berruguete Goes on Display at the Museo del Prado

Pope Signals Openess to Gay Priests (Who Keep Priestly Vows of Abstinance)

Rain No Dampener for New Zealand Cardboard Cathedral

Future of Arts Funding? NEA Invites Feedback on SurveyMonkey


Seeing the Hidden Christian Messages in the Horticulture of Religious Art

The 11 Most Hilarious Religious Paintings, According to "Cracked"

School Of The Arts Aims To Transform Boys And Girls Into Insufferable Young Men And Women

ArtDaily: On a Day Like Today, German Painter George Grosz, Was Born

A Light for Muslims and Non-Muslims: Islamic Calligraphy Art on Display at New Delhi Quran Expo

Muslims Rank as Most Generous Donor Group in British Survey

Master Tibetan Thangka Painter Opens New Gallery in CA

Donors Who Give by Text Want to Give More, Study Finds

Coolest Destinations Highlighted by Chinese Travel Magazines

An Artistic Perspective on Inter-Faith Appreciation in Indonesia

A Buddhist Approach to Photography at the C. G. Jung Center

France Stands by Ban on Muslim Veils After Riots

Supreme Leader Meets Iranian, Foreign Poets, Artists

A Religious Legacy, With Its Leftward Tilt, Is Reconsidered

Crypto-Jewish Heritage on Stage at National Hispanic Cultural Center

Faith-Based Group That Introduced "Idea" for National Underground Railroad Freedom Center to Close

Religious Benches of Wood Sculptor Francis Cape at Manhattan's Murray Guy Gallery

The Secret Genius of Hasidic Fashion

Movie Review: 'The Wolverine' Opens Tomorrow (July 26)

$100,000 Mid-Year Goal Reached Using Crowdfunding in Indianapolis

Jesus is My Patron: The Vatican Takes a Leap of Faith Into Modern Art

House Republican's Propose 50% Cut for National Endowment for the Arts

Turning Repressed Emotions Into Great Art: Jews, Catholics, and Protestants

Kate Middleton & Royal Baby's First Portrait Is Just Plain Creepy (PHOTO)

Maldivian Psychedelic Art Growing Despite Religious Censorship

Naming Our Beliefs and Addressing Difficult Issues

Doris Duke's Shangri La: Center for Islamic Arts and Cultures

Charity, Almsgiving: Targeting Giving According to the Holy Scriptures

Human Relations Group, and Museum Builder Calls it Quits After 69 Years

Dispute in Australia Over Dancing Shiva Statue's Rightful Place

Religion Without Ritual Leads to "Moralistic Diesm," Supplanting Christianity

"Karkkidakam" is a Hindu Month of Penance and Piety

Coming to the End of the Corridor at the Summer Place in Beijing

Does Performing A ‘Ritual’ Make "Religion" Taste Better?

Jayme McLellan's "Jealousy of Clouds" Inspired by Buddhist Parable

Jacqueline Nicholls Illustrates the Talmud, Daily for Draw Yomi

Painful Religious Rituals Lead to Increased Charitable Giving

14th-Century Painting by Pietro Lorenzetti Bought for Hull Museums in London

For Massachusetts Muslims, Quran Brings Wisdom, Comfort During Holy Month