In 'Endangered Earth' exhibit, artists confront climate change

This modest but exemplary exhibition at the Ceres Gallery in Manhattan offers one of our resources for survival in the face of environmental degradation — the artistic imagining of our plight.

'Soul of a Nation' showcases timeless power of black art

The Brooklyn Museum's "Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power" is an essential exhibition, featuring the striking, timeless works of black artists from 1963 to 1983. 

The Fashion of Faith

After lengthy negotiations with the Vatican, the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art has curated a 26-gallery show that celebrates the ways in which Catholic imagery has inspired fashion. But the exhibit is fundamentally about what drives creativity.

Faith, feminism and being unfinished: Remembering Anne E. Patrick

On April 5, on what would have been Sr. Anne E. Patrick's 77th birthday, a group of friends and fellow scholars gathered to honor the distinguished feminist scholar and Sister of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary who had died July 21, 2016.