Showing posts from December, 2013

2013: The 10 Best Religious Art Shows of Year

7th Day of Christmas 2013: Holy Spirit, and Ernest Varner

Kindergarten Teacher Uses Religious Art to Teach Judaism, Environmentalism, and Creativity

Cambodia’s Looted Buddhist Art and Other Embarrassments

Reincarnation, Nirvana and the Body Electric at the Cleveland Museum of Art

The World of 100: Our Religious Village

Monday's "Madonna and Child" by Francesco Vanni

Trinity Wall Street’s Twelfth Night Festival Has Begun

Book Review: ‘Foreign Gods, Inc.,’ by Okey Ndibe

6th Day of Christmas 2013: God Created Puppies

Dallas Museum of Art Thrives With Partners and Friends


A Brooklyn Church Uncovers a Long-Hidden Celestial Scene

4th Day of Christmas 2013: Four Artist Evangelists

Rijksmuseum Director Joins Judges' Panel of Art Fund Museum Prize

3rd Day of Christmas 2013: Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh

Art Review: Boston Showcases the Islamic World Through Women’s Eyes

Hitler's Degenerative Art Comes to New York City

Pop-Up Stores Find Short-Term Rentals With Storefront Website

5 Pagan Origins of Christmas

Three Kings: The Magi in Art is a Celebration of Materialism Created by the Most Wealthy

2nd Day of Christmas: "Rejected" and "Discarded" by Ash Robinson

Symposium Brings Together Artists, Audiences, and Collectors of Biblical Imagery

On My 1st Day of Christmas 2013

Why Eating Chinese Food on Christmas is a Sacred Tradition for American Jews

Honoring the Prince of Peace, on Christmas Eve for 2013

'O Holy Night' Surprise At Museum Of Fine Arts In Boston, From Berklee Students, Is Chillingly Good (VIDEO)

What Jesus Says About Homosexuality

Cleveland Museum Acquires a Collection of Indian Islamic Art

“Mokujiki Fever” - Carved Religious Sculptures Continues to Inspire Generations

Three Views From the Nativity Scene

Three-Channel Video Installation by Moroccan-Born Artist Hassan Hajjaj opens at LACMA

'Sexuality Spectrum' Exhibit of Jewish Art Starts Discussion at Oklahoma's Sherwin Miller

Heaven and Earth: Art of Byzantium From Greek Collections at National Gallery of Art

Even if Beauty Does Save the World, is That the Artist's First Concern?


The Human Body in Indian Art is Celebrated as Both Sensuous and Sacred.

Chicago’s Opportunity Artist: Theaster Gates

Thomas Jefferson’s Qur’an,’ by Denise A. Spellberg

Syrian Artist Tells the Story of Religious Tolerance Through His Work

Winter Solstice Is When the Sun Stands Still

Artist, Jed Malitz to Capture Christ's Crucifixion in Glass Sculpture

Final Christie's Report: Detroit Art Worth Up to $867-Million

New Mexico Supreme Court Affirms the Freedom to Marry for Gay Couples

Museum Review: The Unfulfilling "Records of Rights" at National Archive

Celebrating Two Years of Giving to Culture in Kentucky on power2give

Art Institute of Chicago Hosts 200-Piece Italian Nativity Scene From 1700s

Peyton Wright Gallery in Santa Fe Opens 21st Annual Art of Devotion Exhibition

A Culture of Bidding: Forging an Art Market in China

Jesus the Homeless' Sculpture May Find Home in Rome

Winter Solstice Marks New Dawn for Ancient Monument: Stonehenge Visitor Center is Now Open

Gallery Owner: Every Piece of Judaica Has a Story

Foundation's Secret Bids Guide Hopi Indians’ Spirits Home

Nevet Yitzhak Exhibit Peels Off the Prevailing View of 'Islamic Art’ as 'Monolithic and Mysterious'.

54 Days In The Eternal City: A Christian 'Pilgrimage' For Lent

Objects of beauty from ‘Mother Russia’ in North Carolina

Eastern Michigan University Students AMP Up the Arts