Showing posts from January, 2014

Behind the Poster: ‘Yentl’ at the Cleveland Play House

How Jesus Saved the Arts in Detroit

A Pioneer of Street Photography Leaves Behind Strong Images of Indian Women

Art in Review: Arahmaiani's ‘Fertility of the Mind

Christian Youth Theater is the Largest Youth Theater Group in America

Nation's First "Free" Museum Membership Program is a Hit in Dallas

Anila Quayyun Agha is Finalist for the 3rd Annual See.Me : Year In Review Competition

Vermont's Fleming Museum of Art Presents Provocative Contemporary Tibetan Art

4,000 Year Old Tablet of God Flooding the World Predates Noah's Ark

San Antonio's McNay Art Museum to Host "Paul Strand: The Mexican Portfolio" Exhibition

Detroit Art Museum Offers Plan to Pay $100 Million for its Freedom

Bonfire Lit on Steps of Ukrainian Museum as Violent Protests Rock Capital

Art Enthusiasts Mourn Loss of Islamic Artifacts in Cairo Bomb Blast

Surreal Art Bug of Anida Yoeu Ali Offers Insights Into Buddhism

Would This Be Hitler's Favorite Holocaust Book?

Philip Campbell's "Burning Boats" Sailing Into the Unknown Ends on January 31

Potters for the Hungry Helps Catholic Charities Raise Funds to Benefit the Hungry

Indiana Arts Groups Lobby Against Gay Discrimination on Their State "Arts Day"

Obama Highlights Marriage in State of the Union

Golden "Love" For Our 6th Wedding Anniversary in Indiana

Cincinnati Arts Groups Take Spiritual Pilgrimages

Russian Orthodox Church to be Built on Seine River in Paris

Kansas Considers New "Religious Freedom" Attack on Gay Marriage

Indiana House Amends HJR-3, Possibly Delaying Gay Marriage Referendum

Hinduism's Shiva: One of the 5 Primary Forms of God

Monday's "Madonna & Child" Leads Christie's Renaissace Sale

Holocaust Told in One Word, 6 Million Times

Grammys: Macklemore Performs 'Same Love' As 33 Couples Wed Live on Air

Detroit Art Museum Struggles to Find Right Balance in Giving to Fund

Spain Slashes Sales Tax on Art; From 21% to 10% to Stimulate the Cultural Industry

Birds Attack Peace Doves Freed From Pope's Window


Antonio Canova: A Sensualist Finds Religion at Metropolitan Museum of Art

Movie Review: iFrankenstein is a Biblical Sci-Fi Rock Opera

Lovely to See (and Sing): Sacred Music Pages at Les Enluminures Gallery

Indiana Interchurch Center Explores the Ways of Worship Around the World

'Blasphemous' Play Cancelled in Ireland by Christian Politicians

Pentagon OKs Religion-based Grooming Standards

Judge Denies Detroit Creditors’ Bid for New Art Assessment

Republican Governor Pledges $350M to save Detroit Art Collection, and Pensions

Seeing Candy as a Path to Believing, by Jonathon Rivers

A Kabbalah for Architects? New Books Posit a Uniquely Jewish Theory of Building

Exclusive: Marisa Martin examines claim that Christian art fuels anti-Semitism

Chagall's 'Allegory of an Age of Terror'

Down to Earth: Li Chen (李真) is Fascinated with Buddhism

Li Hongbo's Paper Sculptures Stretch the Imagination

Saudi's Announce Quran Oasis Among 13 Cultural Projects for Madinah

Arts Council of Indianapolis Joins Christian Theologicial Seminary in Opposing Discrimination

'Rains Came Down' exhibit on Hilton Head Island to feature depictions of Noah's Ark

African Literary Agency Sponsors Workshop for Christian Artists

Florence Portfolio on Display at Dordt College

Why Have Art Historians Been Silent About the Falsification of Biblical History in Artworks?

Blanton Museum Tour Explores Symbolism Behind Paintings

Marc Chagall’s Jesus Paintings Focus of Jewish Museum Exhibit

Century-Old Jewish Mural's Hidden History in Vermont