How a Belgian painter managed to put Rosicrucianism and Theosophy at the center of the artistic stage in Belle Époque Tuscany
Religion and arts
The earlier stories of the popular detective series were written by a secular humanist. But the Stratemeyer Syndicate made them into a Christian answer to “bad” dime novels.
Originally anticlerical, the Salvador Dalí eventually turned to a personal view of religion and religious freedom.
An outspoken and controversial conservative Catholic, the Ukrainian Canadian artist picked up some memorable fights for freedom of religion.
A paper presented at an international conference held in Warsaw in January has now been published.
Artist, anarchist, Theosophist, and Sufi, the Swedish artist coined the word in 1904, and defended Islam against Western stereotypes.
A book by an Italian curator raises important question on whether “offensive” art should really be excluded from museums and exhibitions.
A music teacher with extensive academic experience reflects on what music has to do with global education and human rights.