Showing posts from May, 2014

Andre Rieu's "I Will Follow Him" With Nun's Choir

Movie Review: Angelina Jolie Stars in ‘Maleficent,’ From Disney

‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ Tour Is Abruptly Canceled

Just Like Taco Trucks, Art Takes to the Road

The Almost-Forgotten Jewish Artist Who Propagandized Against Hitler

White House Dedicates Stamp to Jewish Gay Right's Advocate Harvey Milk

Art Review: ‘Object of Devotion,’ an Exhibition of Alabaster Sculptures

‘Facing East’ Explores Mizrachi, Asian Influences on Art, Modern Jewish Culture

Art Review: Mary Carlson: ‘Paradise’

Theatre Review: ‘Early Shaker Spirituals,’ Plain-Spoken Tribute

Muslim World Poet Project Brings Artist to Detroit Today

William Blake at Australia's National Gallery of Victoria

Christians Need More Engagement in Culture Through Arts, Literature

In the City of Angels: Jews Up All night With God

Exhibition at Capitoline Museums in Rome Lauds Michelangelo as a "Universal Artist"

Religious Art Treasures Uncovered at Church in Louisiana

Shavuot: BAJC Marks Jewish Holiday and Gay Pride Month

Church Reignites the Painting of Abstract Expressionist Victor Atkins

Calligraphy Paintings by Javed Qamar Open Until Saturday

Former Buddhist Art Collection of Baron Antoine Allard, the "Red Baron", to be Offered at Sotheby's

Mystical Buddhist & Hindu Paintings Suddenly Appear at Angkor Wat

Television: ‘The Leftovers,’ Small Town Loss After the Rapture on HBO

Refiguring Chinese Religious Art: Buddhist Devotion and Funerary Practice

The Sacred Objects of 9/11

Crowds Flock to Neue Galerie in N.Y. to See Art Condemned as ‘Degenerate’ by Nazis in 1937

Korea's Flagship Museum Reopens Silla Hall

Around the Art World in Six Minutes: Artnet's Profile of Bill Viola

Killing in the Name of Buddhism

Theatre: The Wooster Group Presents ‘Early Shaker Spirituals’

Thailand's Semidivine Buddhist King Bhumibol Endorses Military Coup

Monday's Madonna & Child from 16th Century at Auction

Wedding Planned for Rabbi Who Conveys Torah Topics Through Nail Art

Pope Lays Wreath at Tomb of Zionism’s Founder

Pope & Patriarch Pray Together in Jerusalem's Holy Sepulcher Church


Stained Glass for the 21st Century: St Paul’s Installs Plasma Screen Art

Anthropologist and Photographer Reinterpret "Pattini-Kannaki" Cult Via Photographs

Why the de Unger Family Decided to Move The Keir Collection From Berlin to Dallas

Hazem Mahdy’s Moments of Pure Self-Expression

Liberian President Visits Museum of Islamic Art

Bill Viola Video Installation Finds Permanent Home at St. Paul's Cathedral

Atanu Roy's Illustrations of Magical Indian Mythology

New Art by Artist Negar Ahkami at Jen Bekmann's 20x200 Art Site

For Artist David Kern, the Past Pushes Artist to New Style

Video of Bill Viola on his Commission for St Paul's Cathedral

Islamic Calligraphy Int’l Center to Open in Malaysia

Bill Viola: Martyrs (Earth, Air, Fire, Water), St Paul’s Cathedral, Review: 'Sanitised'

Korea Gives it's Iron Buddha New Status Because of NYC's Met Exhibition

El Paso Museum of Art Announces Retablo Exhibition Focused on "Saint Francis"

Will Tourists Follow Pope Francis into the Dangers of the Middle East?

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

Matt Kenny Explores the Psychological Poetry of NYC in 1515 Church

Movie Review: ‘Belle’ Centers On a Biracial Aristocrat in the 18th Century

Former President's Mandela and Walesa to Receive the International Freedom Conductor Awards

As Pope’s Visit Nears, Hate Crimes a Concern in Israel