Showing posts from July, 2014

Obama Nominates First Non-Christian to Lead Religious Freedom Initiative

Goryeo Buddhist Paintings Are 'Resting Place' by Ven. Hyedam

Miniature Art Works With a Hindu Touch

Roman Convent’s Profane Frescoes Restored

Bold Color, Pop Culture and Religious Ecstasy: the Art of Corita Kent at MOCA Cleveland

The Most and Least Bible-Minded Cities in the U.S. in 2014

Katie Longmyer Connects Young Artists to Corporate Types

Brussels Jewish Museum Gunman Charged

Terror Threat Closes Norway Jewish Museums

Spiritual Strivings: A Celebration of African American Works on Paper

Television: What Happened to Gladys in ‘The Leftovers’ Recap?

Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin: Bible Mashers

Sinful Saints and Saintly Sinners at the Margins of the Americas

Changing Skyline: Hit by Lightning, Church Reinvented Itself

Saint Wilgefortis is a Popular Figure of the Religious Imagination

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

For Muslims In Gaza, End Of Ramadan Marred By Fighting

The Yak Brains and Crushed Insects That Made Tibetan Buddhist Bookmaking Beautiful

In Pictures: China's Yellow River by Kechun Zhang

Lessons From Behind The Counter At A Comic Book Store

Television: Making Dramas About Mideast Can Be Complicated

Why the Jesuits (including Pope Francis) Are on The Frontlines of Faith

Naked Body Art Enlivens New York

Sinéad O'Connor Interview: "I Deserve to be a Priest. Music is a Priesthood."


Dog Passes Out From Overwhelming Joy When This Girl Comes Home After Two Years

Movie Review: In ‘Lucy,’ Scarlett Johansson Transforms Into a Superwoman

Hindu Mythology-Based Card Game Becomes an Instant Hit

Siddiqa Juma is Featured in Dubai's Celebration of Contemporary Islamic Art for Ramadan

Florence Museum Concludes Major Exhibition by Mannerist Painter Pontormo

Robert Wilson Plans a “Library of Inspiration”

Movie: John Michael McDonagh Carves His Own Niche With ‘Calvary’

Signapore Halts Destruction of "Pro-Gay" Children's Books

The First Kosher Comic Book Blazed a Trail for Orthodox Outreach

A New Generation of Chinese Art Visits Tampa and St. Petersburg

Palestinians and Arabs Hang Tough at the New Museum

Art in New York. Masterpieces & Curiosities. A Russian American Quilt at the Jewish Museum

The Eleventh Commandment: Thou Shalt Paint

2 Buddhist Sites to be Declared 'Protected Monuments'

Metamorphosis of a City: From Constantinople to Istanbul

Hindu Deities Get Muscular Makeovers; A Ripped Vishnu

‘The Leftovers’ Recap: What Kind of Despair Drives Self-Inflicted Pain?

Theatre Review: ‘The Pianist of Willesden Lane,’ a Jewish Girl’s War Story

First Lady Michelle Obama Pushes for Arts in Schools

India Aims to Make Forlorn City a Model for Revival

London's Heritage Art Gallery Pays Homage to World War I Sikh Soldiers

Drawing The Offerings Of The Five Senses: Tibetan Buddhist Art Workshop With Carmen Mensink

Philippine's ‘Unitas’ Features Muslim and Christian Artists

In The Shadow of Hindu Art, India's G. Raman and Veerasanthanam

Why Jewish Artists Continue To Be Inspired by The Bible

Islamic Art Works Displayed at Tehran Qur’an Exhibition

Bible Museums Across the U.S. Range from Scholarly to Colorful

Artists from Japan, South Korea Team up for Buddhist Statue Exhibition in Nara

Monday's Madonna & Child is by Francesco d'Ubertino Verdi (1494 – 1557)