Showing posts from April, 2016

Etruscan Temple Stone Could Help Unravel Enigma of One of Italy’s First Civilizations

German Filmmaker Wim Wenders to Direct an Opera About Hindu Priestess

Eugene Von Bruenchenhein's ‘King of Lesser Lands’

COMIC: The Haggadah's Evolution From Generation to Generation

Hassan Hajjaj Empowers Arab Women in Recent Photo Exhibition

Robot Monk Blends Science and Buddhism at Chinese Temple

Famed Medieval Passover Haggadah Stolen From Owners by Nazis on Display at Israel Museum

‘Botticelli Reimagined' at the V&A Explores the Enduring Legacy of the Florentine Master

'Elevation of the Cross,' Claes Oldenburg's 'Typewriter Eraser' Among Acquisitions at LACMA Event

Oprah Winfrey Calls New Mega-Church TV Drama ‘A Dream Come True’

Tobi Kahn’s Soulful Art is For Jews — And Non-Jews Too

Devotees at Thai Temple Give Alms to Tens of Thousands of Buddhist Monks

'Disguise': African Masks as Social Commentary

Sicily: Culture and Conquest review – gods, monsters and multiculturalism

Turning an Eye for Fashion on a Quiet Chapel in a Hospital

Graven Images and Desert Edens: The Art of Harry Sternberg


Gallery in Upper Manhattan Reimagines the Four Sons in the Haggadah

Prince’s Holy Lust

UCLA Professor Works With the Getty on Exhibition of Buddhist Cave Art

Passover, Most Beloved Jewish Holiday, Explained

Music Review: Prince's Power Sex And Sanctity (Archives: October 1988)

Tubman’s In. Jackson’s Out. What’s It Mean?

Art Review: Kay WalkingStick’s American History

LA Church Makes Art ‘Everyday Sacred’ And Secular, Too

Smithsonian's African American Museum Designed With Emotions in Mind

Rare and Valuable Religious Paintings Stolen Three Years Ago Recovered in Ireland

In 1838, Jesuits Sold 272 Slaves to Save Georgetown University

National Museum of Women in the Arts Presents Arab Photographers


Movie Review: ‘The Jungle Book’ leaps off the screen — to dazzling effect

Fashion & Style: What Islamic Freedom Looks Like

Art Institutions Criticize Mississippi Religious Freedom Law

Art Books: How Worker Problems Overshadow Islamic Art at Gulf State Museums

The Religious War Against American Scholars of India

Newark Museum Presents Wondrous Worlds of Islamic Art

Art Dealer Says Painting Found in French Attic Is a Caravaggio

Cosmic Judaism: Science and Judaism as Candles in the Dark

Artists Resurrecting Sacred Art in El Salvador

Spanish Colonial Art Show Rooted in Christian Piety Ends Sunday

Dalai Lama in Indianapolis on June 25th at State Fairgrounds

Little Known Jewish Art Series by Salvador Dalí

Puja and Piety at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art

Santa Barbara Museum of Art Exhibit to Showcase Hindu Deities

From 'Degenerate' Fears to Cult Violence: How an Ancient Buddhist Belief Impacted Japan Across Eight Centuries

Review: Kamakura: Realism and Spirituality in the Sculpture of Japan


History of Artist Depictions of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ

Theatre Review: In Arthur Miller’s ‘Crucible,’ First They Came for the Witches

Is the Israel Museum’s Birds’ Head Haggadah Nazi-era loot?

Christian Artist He-Qi Comes to Indianapolis for Artist Talk & Exhibition