March 2015 - Interfaith and the Arts

Exploring Interreligious

Relations & Interfaith Culture

EDITORIAL

Creativity and the Spirit by Paul Chaffee

INTERFAITH NEWS ROUNDUP

Bulldozing History, Boggeling Partnerships, and the Mind of the Beast – Good News from India, England, Algeria, Elizabethtown and More

"WINNING WORDS" - AN INTERVIEW WITH BUD HECKMAN

The Interfaith Movement’s Evolution and Future Challenges by Katherine Marshall

GOING TO THE HEART OF THE MATTER

Is a World Faith Worth Dreaming About? by Marcus Braybrooke

INDIGENOUS LEADERS WALK FOR PEACE AND UNITY

Preparing the Earth for May 6-9 International Interfaith Festival by Liliana Aceves

ON CHARLIE

Courage in the Face of Fear by Frank Fredericks

REPORT: "SEEDS OF PEACE: HONORING WATER, SOURCE OF LIFE" IN LOS ANGELES

Science and Spirituality Join Forces for Water by Ruth Broyde Sharone

Interfaith and the Arts

ART & DIVINITY

Where the Divine and the World Swirl and Dance by Lizann Bassham

 Flower Rangoli: Wikimedia Commons, Katyare

Flower Rangoli: Wikimedia Commons, Katyare

REVIEW OF "ETTY" BY SUSAN STEIN

Finding Light in the Darkness by Bettina Gray

"THE CONFERENCE OF THE BIRDS" AND OUR LIVES

A Sufi Parable in Fes by Katherine Marshall

ON A CARAVAN

The Middle East and the West – Building Bridges through the Arts by Paul-Gordon Chandler

WHEN ARTISTS BECOME ACTIVISTS

Art’s Role in the Interfaith Movement by Miriam Aniel

TAKING ON THE PANDEMIC

Egypt Sings to End Sexual Harassment! by Mustafa Abdel-Halim

THE SPIRITUAL IN ART

Bronzes – Women as Agents of the Sacred by Tara Potterveld

"JOURNEY OF THE HEART"

When Poetry Brings Us Together by Catherine Ghosh

BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE

God Is Good, No Matter What You Call Her! by Daniel Epstein

BECOMING ARTISTS WITH EACH OTHER

Creativity Melts Syrian-Lebanese Barriers by Abdul Rahim Al-Uji

PROFILING THE HARTL

Finding Funding for Your Interfaith Film by Sarah Masters

UNLEASHING SPIRITUAL CREATIVITY IN CHILDREN

Faith-Related Crafts as a Precursor to the Arts by Vicki Garlock

TWO POEMS

“To Be Still Enough” & “Where Music Comes From” by Charles Gibbs

RELIGIOUS CALENDAR

OPPORTUNITIES

Nain Heads to Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada this July 19-22

Sufi Symposium Celebrates 20 Years

Religions for Peace Special Edition

Please, Don't Talk to Me about Islamophobia! by Pascale Fremond

Art's Power in the Interfaith Movement by Miriam Aniel

What defines a Millennial Interfaith Leader: Nicholas Hayes

ANNOUNCEMENTS

FEZANA to Present at UN Commission on the Status of Women

See All 11 Experts Give Their Top Ten Lists:From Race and Equity to Top Ten Shifts in Religious Landscape