Society for Ritual Arts

We are an interfaith organization at the crossroads of art, science and spirituality.

We publish a semi-annual, peer-reviewed journal, Coreopsis: Journal of Myth & Theater, as well as host events related to ritual arts. Our mission is to support the ritual arts community through the advancement of arts and scholarly research in the fields of spirituality, consciousness, healing, performance, and visual media. We support work that advances freedom of spiritual practices globally, the scientific study of spirituality and the human brain, and beauty in any media that inspires a spiritual sense of wonder, awe or connectedness. We are currently seeking 501(c)3 nonprofit status.

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The Society For Ritual Arts Artists-in-Residence

About the Artist in Residence The Society for Ritual Arts  implemented a position  for an Artist in Residence in late...

Information and Registration: Spring Festival 2018

Information and Registration: Spring Festival 2018 Available Summer 2017 – Stay Tuned!  The Society for Ritual Arts gathering by and...

Profile: Chip Thomas 2016 SRA Artist-in-Residence

Introduction by David Arv Bragi, SRA writer. Chip Thomas, aka “jetsonorama,” is the Society for Ritual Arts’ Artist-in-Residence for 2016....

The president of the SRA speaks up about spiritual stereotyping

If the venue is a Christian church, the performers include a Yoruba Iyanifa and a Hungarian shaman, the promoter is an atheist, the theme is Faerie, and the founder of the interfaith hosting organization happens to be Wiccan, does that make it a Pagan event? Not by any stretch of the imagination, argues SRA president Lezlie Kinyon, Ph.D.