Showing posts from August, 2013

Finalist Notification for Blake Prize for Religious Art

Indiana's Marriage Squabble May Draw Big Bucks

Todd Fox Brings "Portrait of the Passion" to Life at Kansas Wesleyan Art Gallery

New Muslim TV Superhero: “Burka Avenger”

Police Arrest Artist, Sieze Artwork Over Alleged Religious Slur

‘Mary Poppins’, the West's Hindu Mother Goddess

R. Crumb's Famous Hallucinatory Encounter With "God"

Art Review: Hyman Bloom’s Rabbi Paintings at White Box Gallery

Jewish Writers Remembrances of Articles of Jewish Faith

New Neighbor’s Agenda: White Power Takeover

Battling Superstition, Indian Paid With His Life

San Antonio Altar Exhibit Promotes Religious Conversation

A&O Movie Pick: "The Grandmaster" - Triumph of Style and Kinetics

First Amendment: By Removing Display, Kansas School Surrenders to Ignorance

IRS to Treat All Legal Marriages "Equally" for Tax Purposes

Artful Impact Award Recognizes Symphonic Partnership in Indianapolis

In Israel, Orthodox Men Demand Beard-Friendly Gas Masks

Another Way for Jews to Atone this Yom Kippur: the eScapegoat

From Ancient Sacred Space to Contemporary Decay in Hindu Exhibition, "Diver-Cities II"

Israeli Museum’s Herod Show is King of Exhibitions

$560K NEA Grant Restored to Kansas

“Touching is Believing” -- The Religious Imagination of Steve Jobs

Catholic Plan to Remove Memorial Stones at Crystal Cathedral, Angers Heartbroken Donors

Artists Re-Imagine Love Between Christ and the Hindu Deity Krishna

Hindus Are Third Largest Immigrant Group in USA

Encyclopedia of Hinduism Unveiled in US

500 Years of Italian Paintings Travel to the America's Beginning With Oklahoma City

'Asian American Disney Princesses': What If Belle Wore A Hijab?

Sound Installation by Janet Cardiff to be Presented this Fall at The Cloisters in NYC

Promoter Takes Offense To Heavy Metal Bands “Anti-Religious” Artwork

Obama to Speak at 50th Anniversary of King's March on Washington

Pitching Causes to Secular Supporters

Chinese Crack Down on Muslims, Ramadan, and Religious Schools

‘God is the Best Artist’ Takes off on Social Media

MacArthur Foundation Increases 'Genius Grants' Stipend

NYC's Museum for African Art Pivots Toward New Business Model: Policy vs. Art

Egypt Military Enlists Religion to Quell Ranks

Former Church is St. John's Art Gallery Highlighting Indiana's Industrial Heritage

China's Latest Rooftop Building: A Buddhist Temple

Attaining Sustainable Security through Civic Space for Religious Actors

Dean of Divinity School Named President of Underground Railroad Museum

Couple Married 65 Years Die on Same Day

Japanese Art and the Warrior Monk: Benkei, Buddhism and Power of the Shinto Faith

Spain's Synergy of Christian & Muslim Art

The Many Faces of Peace and Calm by Nepal's Sandhya Regmi

A Show of Strength by Middle Eastern Women Photographers

Raleigh Priest's Estate Sale Gives Friends Tangible Memories

My First Fringe Festival: Indianapolis to Edinburgh

Prayer Plaza in Jerusalem for Both Sexes Ignites Uproar


Sacred Art Takes Paris! Buddhist Textile Artist Enters Contemporary Art Competition

Out is the New in: The Rise of Self-Taught Artists

Artists Search For Self-Expression And Identity In Contemporary Tibet

For Art Dealers, a New Life on the Fair Circuit

Gayatri Gamuz's Two Worlds of Spain and India

Art Review: ‘Dunhuang’: ‘Buddhist Art at the Gateway of the Silk Road’

Teacher Removes Student Artwork Following Pressure From Angry Parent

Artist Depicts Russia's President Vladimir Putin, as a Saint

Crowdfunding Opportunity: Great Fairy Tales of Christianity

The Threads That Tie an Islamic Show Together

It's My 2013 BIRTHDAY: 54 Years

Coalition to Defeat Indiana's Marriage Discrimination Amendment Has Republican Campaign Manager