At Pepperdine’s Weisman Museum, art that speaks for the trees
By Carolina A. Miranda
To Bough and To Bend review for the Los Angeles Times
A Sukkah in February, and the Revelations Within
By Armin Rosen, February 10, 2022
A Hollywood art gallery explores pilgrimage, wandering, shelter, and other themes of an LA Sukkot
We are all guests here.
By Cooper Johnson, December 2, 2021
What emerges from that group effort is a meditation on tradition, time and human vulnerability that is so layered and moving, it appeals to far more than strictly religious interests.
Our Wandering, Rootless Nature, Given Shape by a Jewish Tradition
By Matt Stromberg, November 28, 2021
The autumn holiday of Sukkot continues to offer solace and community for new generations.
Art and Cake
By Sydney Walters, July 3, 2021
The Aftermath of a Spiritual Revival
Religion Unplugged
By Angela Groom, June 23, 2021
The Exhibit ‘Otherwise/Revival’ At Bridge Projects Explores Impact Of Azusa Street Revival In L.A.
An Exhibition Trembles With Black Spiritualities
By Allison Conner, June 1, 2021
Otherwise/Revival traces the contours of Black spiritual thought from Louisiana plantations to Azusa Street to our present moment.
Embodied Memory
By Dea Jenkins
A review of “Otherwise / Revival” at Bridge Projects
Religion News Service
By Alejandra Molina, April 15, 2021
In Los Angeles, a pair of art exhibitions centers the Black worship experience
By Revd. Jonathan Evens, February 21, 2021
Blackpentecostal Breath: Spirit-Led Movement Jumps From Music To Visual Art