Showing posts from February, 2014

Israeli-based Kibbutz Dance Troupe: A Global Phenomenom

Exhibition Celebrates History of Islam’s Second Holiest City of Medina

Chicago and LA Museums to Display James Ensor’s Monumental Drawings

Rubin Museum of Art: Sculpture of Devotion from the Brooklyn Museum

Medieval English Alabaster Sculpture from the Victoria and Albert Museum

Ancient Buddhist Caves in China Could ‘Turn to Sand’

The Creationists Won February's Debate Against Bill Nye The Science Guy

Bill Nye "Creation Debate" Spurs Noah's Ark Park Funding

Holyday Art by Glen Allison for Hinduism's Maha Shivratri

Islamic Art Exhibit Explores Doris Duke's 'Shangri-La'

Texas School District Exchanges Legal Motions in 'Jesus Tattoo' Suit

Looking For the Spirit of Judaism, on The Canvas

Hindu fundamentalists vs. Hinduism: Column

Biblical Lecture And Chagall Art at Temple Beth El

Theatre Review: 'The Winter's Tale' Thaws The Heart With Magic, Melodrama

New Public Religion Research Survey Finds Gays Are Winning Big

Texas Ban on Gay Marriage is Latest to be Struck Down as Unconstitutional

Surrealist Artist Todd Dayton Fox at Iconic Rez Downtown Gallery in Kansas City

Tibetan Masterpieces Configured to Create a Three-Dimensional Meditation Map

Radiant Light: Stained Glass From Canterbury Cathedral Comes to NYC

Sikh Fortress Turban Exhibition Opens at Cartwright Hall in UK

Smoking for Jesus’ Black History Month Event Highlights Artistic Contributions

Dignity Restored to Simeon Solomon, a Defamed Gay-Jewish Artist of 1800's

Sheikha Bodour Opens Tariqah Exhibition at Maraya Centre

San Francisco's Asian Art Museum Welcomes the World’s First Major Exhibition Exploring Yoga

Florida Hindu's Plan to Leave Jewish Synagogue For New Hindu Temple in Tampa

Terry Adkins, African American Composer of Art, Sculptor of Music, Dies at 60

Monday's "Madonna & Child" by Rogier van der Weyden

Free-Membership Plan Yields Reams of Data for Dallas Museum

The Lost Art of Writing About Art


Opinion: Corcoran Gallery’s End a Failure of Governance

Popular Images of Jews in Poland: Folk Art or Stereotypical Caricatures?

Fragments of a Monastery, Reunited in Body and Spirit

International Sand Artist Manas Kumar Sahoo's Art Promotes Awareness on Hindu Environment

For Jews, Life is Most Precious But Don't Diminish Art's Value

Asia Society of NY Hosts "Golden Visions of Densatil" Exhibition of Tibetan Buddhist Artifacts

What Would Ai Weiwei Do? What the Smashing of a Million-Dollar Artwork Has to Teach Us

Two Authors Ask Indian Publisher to Pulp Their Books

Sunday at the Met to Feature: "Family Tree" by Chinese Born Artist Zhang Huan

Traditional Japanese Painter Finds Happiness as a Buddhist Nun

Understanding Fida through ‘Geometric Souls’ of Islamic Art

Helene Fischman's "Art From the Ashes" Opens Tonight at Golda Meir Library in Wisconsin

Baptist Church in Texas Hosts Holy Week Art Show Inspired by the "Beatitudes"

Priceless: Small Museum With Big Heart Returns Plundered Korean Art

Maraya Art Centre to Host Exhibition Inspired by Islamic Art Traditions

Censorship: Author Resigned to Ill Fate of Book in India

Monday's "Madonna & Child" of a Loan Extending The Frick's Global Reach

Hindu Artists Who Have Christ as Inspiration

Ancient Hindu Kings Coming to the Indianapolis Museum of Art

Buddhist Art Marks Transient Nature of Life


IndyFringe's "The Winter's Tale" For Those Who Need a Second Chance

Indian Publisher Withdraws Book, Stoking Fears of Nationalist Pressure