Showing posts from August, 2015

Researcher discovers a valley of rock art letters to seven goddesses

Funerary mask of the Mayans on display at Mexico City's National Museum of Anthropology

Eugene Lemay expresses deafening silence in five panels on a wall

A "Labyrinth" crafted by Indiana wood carver Brad Ubelhor

Faith Festival brings diverse groups and cultures together in Indy

National Geographic's 'Sacred Journeys' at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis


Review: ‘Pearl,’ a new dance play combines the dualism of the East and West

Sacred writings: Penn Museum displays 'extraordinary texts of the Biblical world'

The Merode Altarpiece at the Cloisters represents time immemorial

Elephant country turns into killing fields

Teaching "Ignorance" is the latest trend of learning

New evidence emerges authenticating lost "Gospel of Jesus's Wife"

Everything inside this Brooklyn Church is for sale

Bethel AME in downtown Indianapolis fights to keep legacy alive

90,000 toured new Indianapolis new Mormon temple

Aging churches in Indianapolis need expensive repairs that many can’t afford

Sean Hayes, star of "Will & Grace", to now star in ‘An Act of God’ in Los Angeles

Indianapolis' oldest temple is historic but empty

Buddhist monks draw beautiful circles in the sand only to destroy once finished

Buddhist monks draw beautiful circles in the sand only to destroy once finished

Pop Artist. Provocateur. Catholic. Who was Andy Warhol?

Hallucinatory religious collages of artists Jamex and Einar de la Torre

British museums engaging in Instagram swap this week!

Mormons to keep ties with Boy Scouts despite objecting to gay leaders

‘The Seven Deadly Sins,’ spread across seven museums

Arab women like Shirin Neshat are fighting negative stereotypes with art

New operas like "Written on Skin" highlight a longstanding divide

NYC's new Roman Catholic arts center announces opening lineup

Chen Zhen: Shanghai remembers a native son with art retrospective

Indianapolis Public Schools sells historic Phillips Temple

Buddhist center in Bloomington, Indiana welcomes monks from India

Jerusalem and Shabbat: A changed reality

Bruce Nauman's persistent market defies the trophy hunters

Soaring art market attracts a new breed of advisers for collectors

Rhode Island church puts spotlight on their role in American slavery

"Creation" by Donald Jackson at the Biggs Museum in December

Bombs at 3 churches in New Mexico, confound the authorities

Religious suicide ritual raises constitutional conflict in India

Ted Cruz took up couple’s cause against gays to court evangelicals

Washington DC's Bible museum signs display agreement with Israel

In Japan, stuff doesn't last but spiritual values do


ArtPrize winners: ‘Intersections” historic win not the end for Agha

People love art museums — but has the art itself become irrelevant?

John Oliver, the late-night comedian & talk show host forms his own church

Muslim activist & Drag Queen voices fears of backlash over film

Vandals test Russia's stance on religious vs. artistic freedom

Museum director carefully curates a home in a former Methodist church

Judaism’s Eliahou Eric Bokobza paints in many colors and layers

Republicans endorse “Indiana on steroids” religious freedom bill

Lapis Lazuli and the history of ‘the most perfect’ color of "blue"

Arts education fundraising company marks 20th anniversary milestone

A beginner’s guide to Andalusi calligraphy

ISIS beheads 82yo caretaker of ancient treasures

The Louvre’s special storage for its Islamic treasures

Parisian fair Parcours des Mondes is the most important fair for non-Western art

Elsah artist recognized in regional competition

Utopia rules at Sea Ranch, a community born of ’60s Idealism

Photographer captures the ancient traditions of Russia's Mari Pagans