Showing posts from November, 2015

Black artists and their march into the America's art museums

Loie Hollowell is creating her own lexicon for religious & sexual paintings

Homeless Jesus statue by Timothy Schmalz invites debate in Indianapolis

U.S. Holocaust Museum condemns ISIS for Yazidi genocide in Iraq

Donald Jackson's The Saint John's Bible illuminates the birth of Christ


Movie Review: ‘Victor Frankenstein’ recasts the God vs. science tale as buddy movie

Movie Review: ‘The Danish Girl,’ about a Transgender pioneer

New media artist Lu Yang on neuroscience, mortality and religion.

Former Jewish temple now seeing success as art space in Curtis Park

Buddhist art featured in Gianguan Auctions' December 19th sale

Why 2015 has been a banner year for films about abuse and religion

Sorry, Pilgrims: Jamestown’s spiritual life is suddenly much more fascinating.

Judas painting survived Reformation by being turned around

Jewish publishers seek new models in struggling industry

$100M grants from Lilly Endowment a 'game-changer' for arts in Indy

#GivingTuesday bloggers – working together to change the world

St. Patrick's Cathedral is born anew after a $177 million restoration

Gilbert and George Banners review – art as undeniable as a punch in the face

Saint John's Bible exhibit opens at Biggs Museum on December 4th

Religious themes are center stage at Montreal's Jazz exhibit

The Mormon-like joy of ISIS

Happy Thanksgiving 2015 remembering Norman Rockwell's "Golden Rule"

Indiana county's Nativity scene replaces Jesus in the manger with the Bill of Rights.

Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa's "God's Reptilian Finger" explores Mormon mythology

Behind the scenes look at Cincinnati's new Jewish art collection

The war of equity in the arts: What’s the Endgame?

Hyperrealistic sculptor Tony Matelli flips "Adam and Eve" on their heads

‘Hanging’ cow art triggers protest at Jaipur exhibit

Intolerance, stereotyping make Siona Benjamin a blue Jew

Amity Foundation's 5th Christian Art Expo Opens in China

Church of England defends advertisement "Just Pray" refused by movie theaters

Visionary artist Paul Laffoley is dead at 80

In the early 1900s, Robber Barons brought dozens of old European buildings to America

The tradition of Krishna paintings at the Art Institute of Chicago

Art Review: Derek Fordjour's prayer room has a sense of abandoned ritual

When our art poses a challenge to the Orthodox

Saint John's Bible illuminates modern-day genocide to reflect the world today

December 15 auction of African-American Fine Art at Swann Galleries


Movie Review: ‘The Hunger Games’ - Jennifer Lawrence emerges victorious

Movie Review: ‘Carol’ is about breaking a taboo

Calligraphic artist Salma Arastu’s MOCRA works build bridges between faiths

Donald Trump calls for a mandatory registry of Muslims in the U.S.

Ownership of Christian devotional masterpieces at center of legal case in Germany

Huge win for local arts council funding in Cleveland, Ohio

Christians have 10 Commandments, but Archie Rand illustrates Judaism's 613

A Black History Museum Introduces Itself in Washington, DC

Russia's Muslim communities provoke anxiety as more are tied to ISIS

Where collectors discover affordable art and artists online

Islamists take hostages at Radisson Hotel in Africa; at least 3 die

Pixar's 'Sanjay's Super Team' takes a gamble on Hindu theme

INSPIRE ME! Donald Jackson, Artist of 2015

Controversial Jesus portrait in Kentucky gets company from Snow White

Taiwan artworks at Canadian museum exhibition point to spiritual dimension

Jewish houses once branded with the yellow star of the Nazis stand empty

"India's Daughter" the banned documentary tells the story of a brutal gang rape in Delhi

Saint John's Bible illuminates God's first couple as Africans