Showing posts from June, 2014

Monday's Madonna & Child is by Hannah Kunkle

Despite Legal Challenges, Sale of Hopi Religious Artifacts Continues in France

Art Review: Marsden Hartley Gets His Due in Berlin

‘The Leftovers’ Recap: Trying to Explain What Cannot Be Explained

Opera Review: Where Passion Rules, Morality Stands Little Chance

Movie Review: In ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2,’ War and Peace and Beasties

Book Review: On the Legal Front Lines of Same-Sex Marriage


Brooklyn Museum: ‘Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties’

In the Shadows of Shrines, Shiite Forces Are Preparing to Fight ISIS

Church of the Holy Innocents, Home of NYC's Only Daily Latin Mass, Might Close

‘Deliver Us From Evil’ Movie Is Based on Book By Policeman-Demonologist

Prophet Goes to Church: A New Iteration of Reggie Wilson’s ‘Moses(es)’

Museum of Fine Arts in Boston Returns Art Works to Nigeria

Stay on Same-Sex Ruling Leaves Gay Couples With Questions

Hinduism's Yoga Exhibit Soothes, Illuminates at Cleveland's Art Museum

Pat Robertson Says Tattoos, Even Christian Ones, Are 'Heathen'

Effective Philanthropy Meets the Artists Where They Are

Gay Marriages in Indiana 2014 (Slideshow)

Malaysian Photo Exhibition Captures the Spirit of Ramadam

Artful Contemplation: Collections of the National Museum of Bhutan

Emaar Blends Islamic Art and Arabian Hospitality at ‘Downtown’ Ramadan Tent’

Opening Today! Wild Goose Festival Puts Spotlight on Christian Visual Arts

Jewish Art Now Presents: ArtFest – 4 Days of Art, Performance, Music, & Writing

German Film "Stations of the Cross" Explores Religious Extremism And Value of Faith

Qatar Emir Seeks to Transform Spanish Bullring Into Mosque

Music Review: Early Music Finds Its Future in NYC at St. Jean Baptiste Church

Swastikas Spray Painted on Philly Synagogue

Islamic art and hospitality at ‘Downtown Ramadan' tent

Wedding Gift from Leala and AJ

Federal Judge Rules Indiana Marriage Ban Unconstitutional

Kim Kardashian Reimagined as Religious Icons in Art Exhibition

Brazilian Artists (Twins) Cover Air Intake Structure With Whimscial Covered Woman in Boston

Tyrannical Fundamentalist Mormon Captor of Under-Age Wives

Music Review: Telling a Temple’s Tale From the Nile to the Met

Pew Report Inspires Jewish Theatrics, Literally

Sacred Art Evangelizes Hearts, Catholic Experts Say

The Runner-Up Religions Of America

Alonso Berruguete's Spanish Flair for Ancient Story of the 'The Sacrifice of Isaac'

Westminster Christian Academy Hires Director of Fine Arts

The Metropolitan Opera’s Censorship of “The Death of Klinghoffer”: Artwork About Oppression of Palestinians Considered Anti-Jewish

Searching for Juneteenth: The State of Black Museums — Part II

A&O Meetup on July 14 in Atlanta at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Bill Viola’s Martyrs: Sleek, Glamorous, Empty

Yiddish ‘Soul Doctor’ Will Return, Off Broadway

Theatre Review: ‘The Who & the What’ Examines Faith and Family

Television Review: ‘Dominion’ Brings a Battle of Angels to Syfy

A Christian Convert, on the Run in Afghanistan

Gertrude Stein’s Legacy Lives On in Pop-Up Art Salons

A Nonbeliever, Curating Religious Art at NYC's Morgan Museum


Islamic Artist Trying to Change Thinking About Being Gay And Muslim

India Celebrates History, Religion, Rivers and Art Through Festivals

“Black Millennials” and the Black Church

Contemporary and Historical Worlds of Hinduism According to M.F. Husain

2 Crucifixes From the Hand of Michelangelo, Perhaps