Showing posts from August, 2014


Movie Review: In ‘Kabbalah Me,’ Steven E. Bram Explores Jewish Mysticism

Fulfilling a Promise, Jewish Center in India Reopens After Terror Attack in 2008

Movie Review: ‘Through a Lens Darkly,’ on African-American Photography

Drawn to Diversity Activist-Artist Series to Host Survivor of Genocidal Sikh Killings

Wyoming's Aaron Wallis Gives Drug Lords the Saintly Treatment

Art Review: R. M. Fischer: ‘Life Force’

Art at the Miriam Reflects its Roots

Convictions of Amish Sect Leader and Followers Overturned in Hair-Cutting Attacks

Art Initiative Explores The Imagined Space Where Islam Meets L.A.

Auction House Doyle New York to Offer Buddhist and Other Asian Works of Art on Monday, September 15

Egyptian Feminist Poops, Menstruates on Islamic State Flag

Sand Artist Gowri M.N. Etches Srikantadatta in Sand

'Tradition' Judaica and Art Exhibition Opens at OFFStage Gallery in New Orleans

Thailand's Temple With No Boundaries or Rules

New Aga Khan Museum Will Showcase Islamic Art

Kehinde Wiley Revisits Race and the Renaissance at Cincinnati's Taft Museum of Art

Art of Nathan Hilu, 89, Seen Through the Lens of Torah

Doris Duke's Islamic Treasures at Nevada Museum of Art

Art Show Every Day: Grace Point Church Opens Art Gallery

Betrayal of Yazidis Stokes Iraqi Fears of Return to 2006 Sectarian Horrors

San Diego Megachurch May Pay $1M to Share Arts Center

Is the Christian Music Industry Liberalizing on Gay Marriage?

Religion Is Alive and Well in Contemporary Art

Interfaith Arts Caravan Coming to National Cathedral on September 4th

Jamia Artist to Showcase Islamic Urdu Calligraphy

Uganda's New Undeground Railroad is for Gays Escaping Christian Extremists

NYT Editorial Board: A Necessary Military Response to ISIS

Monday's Madonna & Child is by Simon Shawn Andrews

Rare Russian American Quilt Is Focus of New Exhibition at The Jewish Museum

'The All-Knowing Buddha': An Exhibition That Takes Us To The Heart Of Tibetan Meditation

Idonesian Artist Weaving Light and Color in a Celebration of Rich Cultures

Artist Phil O’Malley and Clowes Hall Partner to Raise $10,000 for Monumental Art

Theatre Review: ‘Bauer’ Recalls Key Figures in the Guggenheim’s Creation


Movie Review: Sexual Encounters and Meta Moments

Book Review: A Unified Theory ‘Geek Sublime,’ by Vikram Chandra

Movie Review: ‘Precious Caterpillar’ Traces Journey of Tibetan Harvesters

Caldonia Curry's Life of Wonderment

Lost in Translation: Germany’s Fascination With the American Old West

Theatre Review: A New Set of Believers, but the Same Peppy Faith

Ope-Ed: Who Will Stand Up for the Christians?

How L.A.'s Islamic Art Shows Might Expand Our 'Middle East' Vision

An Intriguing Connection: Hinduism and Yazidism

Rescuing The Ancient Buddhist Artifacts of The Yungang Grottoes

Mobilizing Against Black Masses

Jewish Jesus and Identity Theft in Renaissance Art

Sacred Verses Lead to Differing Opinions on Tattoos in Judaism


Janmashtami: Devotees Celebrate Lord Krishna's Birthday

Ruth Schreiber's “Love Letter” From the Western Wall

Art Review: Jim Hodges at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston