Showing posts from June, 2015

A hidden gem in India: Sanchi Stupa

Barnett Newman's abstract religious art: which camp are you in?

Walmart cake wars: The Confederate flag vs. Islamic State

A journey to the roots of Jamini Roy’s Hindu art

Celebrating the love of King David with Robert Mapplethorpe on Paddle 8

ISIS sells antiquities on eBay

NAACP applauds the Supreme Court decision on marriage equality

The incredible ways art is helping Charleston unite after church massacre

Bill Viola's compelling artwork major attraction at Auckland Castle

Rothko Chapel names ecumenical activist David Leslie as its new executive director

No money in the arts? High pay for NYC’s cultural leaders tops $1.2M a year

New exhibition "The Seven Deadly Sins: Pride" opens at the Bruce Museum

Church founder to launch a holy war on Indiana's marijuana laws on July 1st


America is bringing down the old, and raising up freedom

Find out where gay marriage is taking place around the world

United Methodists to continue their debate about same-sex marriage

Presbyterian Church celebrates Supreme Court decision on same-gender marriage

Episcopal Church rejoices in marriage ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court

Love endures forever, and so rules the U.S. Supreme Court

‘Basquiat and the Bayou’ and ‘Jean-Michel Basquiat: Now’s the Time’

Cincinnati's Freedom Center celebrates Marriage Equality

Jewish artist Brooke Sendele Foster finds inspiration in everyday life

"An Allegory of Marriage," (c. 17th century) by Titian.

Artist Corita Kent and the rebel nuns who embraced the 60's and broke Catholicsm

During Ramadan, dates are a unifying staple

Buddhist monks in Myanmar call for hijab ban

ISIL reported to destroy historic tombs in ancient city of Palmyra, Syria

For Ramadan, fashion retailers are courting the muslim shopper

Spanish police return a wooden chest and 11 wooden engravings stolen from Swedish churches

Finally it's the gay marriage's moment

Affordable artwork for everyone this Ramadan

Israel's museum honors civilization and development

Buddhist Art from Asia's oldest museum, the Indian Museum, on view in Singapore

Artist puts seven sacred texts, all on the same level

How the Talmud became a bestseller in South Korea

Yes, Virginia, most gays & lesbians are religious people too

Religious tattoo-ism: where body art meets employment discrimination

Religious following: Bill Viola's 'Martyrs' bear witness at UK's Auckland Castle

Teacher, vice principal resign over gay fable

Asian Civilisations Museum's present 2,000 years of ancient Buddhist treasures from India

Black churches are the site of particular power, and a magnet for violence

Holy Islamic relics await visitors in Istanbul during Ramadan

Metropolitan Museum of Art launched season 2 of online video series today

Pope Francis: Weapons manufacturers can't call themselves Christian

Thousands mark summer solstice at Britain's Stonehenge

‘Amazing Grace,’ a Broadway musical about slavery, to begin previews

Religious support for marriage equality at record high, but key segments remain opposed


How pastors are approaching Sunday services after Charleston shooting

Italian churches battle over Caravaggio masterpiece that attracts 3,000 visitors a day

Galleries are recruiting stars from the museum world to promote (and sell) their artists’ work.

Listen to WNYC to find out how God turned his Twitter account into a Broadway show

Tech entrepreneurs drive growth in arts donations according to Indiana University

James Turrell at Houghton Hall: a psychedelic legal high in the English countryside

Yazidi youth Nasser H. Kassow protests through his art

Secret of Qatar's billion-dollar modern and contemporary art purchases revealed

Tiny companions: Prayer-bead makers ready for Ramadan

Netflix series about gay husbands and spurned wives is remarkable

Puncturing the myth of Vittore Carpaccio’s waning powers

Museum of Modern Art acquires the Rainbow Flag, because it is "fabulous"

To celebrate 50 years, the Israel Museum looks back much further

Religious cults of America's Northwest, a tradition that continues today

On a day like today, Mumtaz Mahal dies-Emperor Shah Jahan I builds Taj Mahal

"Colored Square: Light Projections" by James Turrell and Amish quilts