Showing posts from February, 2015

Islamic State is Selling Looted Syrian Art in London to Fund its Fight

Australia's Mandorla Launches 2016 Religious Art Award

‘In the Land of the Head Hunters,’ a Recreated Artifact of Ancient Ways

Philadelphia Art Museum's South Asian Galleries to Close for a Year

Mosque Vandilized in Washington DC for 2nd Time in a Week

With Sledgehammer, Islamic State Smashes Iraqi History

Theatre Review: ‘Rap Guide to Religion’ Examines Why Humanity Created God

Drawings by Makoto Fujimura at Kittredge Gallery in Tacoma, Washington


Behind the Poster: ‘The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey’

Theatre Review: ‘Little Children Dream of God,’ a Drama of Haitian Refugees

Art in Review: Katarzyna Kozyra: ‘Looking for Jesus’

‘Wolsey Angels’ to Go to the V&A Museum for $3.8 Million

Indiana Senate Passes ‘Religious Freedom’ Bill

Collector Spotlight: The Disney-Britton's Take Home Romero Britto's "Divine Blue"

Art & Design: Saya Woolfalk: ‘ChimaTEK: Hybridity Visualization System’

Among the Navajos, a Renewed Debate About Gay Marriage

A Deity Made of Chocolate Spurs a Religious Debate

"Flight into Egypt" by African American Painter Henry Ossawa Tanner

Same-Sex Interfaith Couples Face Roadblock to Marriage in Judaism

Closed for Creative & Spiritual Renewal: February 12-23, 2015

Iceland to Build First Temple to Norse Gods in 1,000 Years

Newfound 'Gospel of the Lots of Mary' Discovered in Ancient Text

Killing of 3 Muslim Students in North Carolina Stirs Alarm

Blake Prize Winner, Richard Lewer's Remote Portraits on Show

Indiana Governor Backs "Religious Freedom" Bill Opposed by Business Leaders

"From Slavery Through Reconstruction" by Aaron Douglas

Block Museum Buddhist Art Exhibit Asks: What's the Cost of Collecting?


‘No One Group Has Done More to Put Our Heritage at Risk Than Islamic State’

Texas Museum to Build Ellsworth Kelly's Spiritual Chapel

‘The Road to Damascus,’ Tom Dulack’s Political Play at 59E59 Theaters

Travel: On Slavery’s Doorstep in Ghana

Islamic State Burns Libraries in Iraq

American Guild of Judaic Art Sponsors Jewish Arts Month to Explore Traditions and Beliefs of Jewish Community

The Mandorla Art Award Celebrates Works Exploring Thematic Reflections of Christian Scripture

From Bollywood to Hindu Mythology: Exhibit on Indian Contemporary Art on Display at Seattle Art Museum

Deities in Montana -- the Sacred of the Hindu and Buddhist

Noah's Ark Park Officials Plan to Sue Kentucky

‘Mass Mob’ Fills a Manhattan Church With Hopes of Saving It

Montana Museum's Religious Icon Connects to 18th Century

Drunk Destroys $100,000 Worth of Religious Art in NYC Church

Collectors: NYC Fashion Guru and Scholar is Obsessed With Asian Art

Bodhi Festival Brings Largest Jade Buddha, a Symbol of Peace, to Miami

Gilded Art of Sandra Bowden at the Catholic University of Dayton

Museum of Biblical Art to Seek a New Home in New York

MOCRA Exhibit Shows Snapshots of Bhutani Life

Jane Wilson, Artist of the Ethereal, Dies at 90

Utah Exhibit Celebrates Christ's 'Words and Deeds'

How Grandson of Auschwitz Boss Is Trying to Remake Family Name

Anila Agha is One of 10 Non-Western Contemporary Artists You Should Know

‘Blasphemous’ Artwork Removed From Paris Exhibition

World Hijab Day Encourages Women to Try Covering Up

Tu B’Shevat FAQ: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Arboreal Holyday

Artist Camille Eskel: The Fez as Jewish Storyteller

There’s No Branding a Symbol of Free Speech

Violent Threats Force Removal of Zoulikha Bouabdellah's Prayer Rug Installation

"Thank God" by Gerald Ivey for Black History Month

The United States of Fear: Alec Soth Photographs the Death of Community in America

2015 Art & Soul Kickoff Event Launches Month of Giving to Culture

Same-Sex Interfaith Couples Face Roadblock to Marriage in Judaism