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...

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.

Announcing the Ritual Arts Reading List – What would you add?

What works of literature define the field of Ritual Arts? Help us gather them together! Works we've gathered so far are listed in our new Ritual Arts Reading List.

A new fall ritual inspired by Mad Max: Fury Road

Written by Marylyn Motherbear, a member of our advisory board.     Happy Halloween, All ~ This one was unusual...

Finding the “Lost Chord”

As I thought about the meaning of the songs and what all of these events meant for me, I thought, “Nothing of vibration and spirit is ever really lost, only from our mortal perspective. These chords/threads are always, in the present moment, informing the way we understand and cherish Life.”

Welcome to the Society

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Ivan Szendro

Meet our 2015 Artist-in-Residence, Ivan Szendro

Ivan Szendro, our 2015 Artist-in-Residence, is a mythologist and healer shaman from eastern Hungary who now resides in New York. He wrote this...



We’re often asked about the name of our peer-reviewed journal, Coreopsis: Journal of Myth & Theater. This is our explanation.

The founding of the Society for Ritual Arts

Several years ago, a small group of dedicated artists and scholars began collecting academic papers, art, music, performance reviews, and...

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