Explore the transformative exhibition "Loving Devotion: Visions of Vishnu" at the Brigham Young University Museum of Art through image, music and word. Featuring remarkable devotional objects from the Indian subcontinent spanning ten centuries, navigate this iPad app to discover and enrich your experience with these works of art and Hindu culture. **This app can be used in the Loving Devotion exhibition at the BYU Museum of Art or outside of the museum. If you are attending the exhibition in person, please download the app in advance and bring headphones. Features: Three Main Sections Find an Artwork, Learn More, About the Exhibition Artwork Gallery with 24 Works of Art Follow this interactive menu to explore the exhibitions works of art in depth through image, video, audio, music and word. Hear commentary and perspectives from art historians and Hindu scholars, priests and practitioners. Turnaround Explore key works of art in 360 and zoom in for detailed views of artwork with additional commentary. Highlights Learn about selected works of art with this feature focusing on certain portions of the artwork and providing greater detail and depth. Learn More Delve into many sights, sounds, insights and practices/traditions of India, Hinduism, and bhakti with original footage taken in India. Music Enjoy the works of art while listening to inspiring music selections. Social Media Connect with family and friends to share inspirational quotes and thoughts about the art through Facebook, Twitter, and Email. Loving Devotion: Visions of Vishnu Exhibition Description September 5, 2014 - March 21, 2015 at the Brigham Young University Museum of Art Featuring a variety of exquisite art objects from the Indian subcontinent, Loving Devotion: Visions of Vishnu illuminates the rich heritage and symbolism of Hindu worship in the lives of believers, immersing viewers in the beliefs and culture of one of the worlds oldest and largest religions.Focusing on images of Vishnu and Krishna that span centuries, the exhibition explores how bhakti (the practice of fervent, impassioned devotion to deity) influences the lives and worship of Hindu people and reveals the depth and intimacy of their relationship with the Divine.Indeed, building a relationship with God is at the core of lifes purpose for the devoted believer. Both Vishnu, the Preserver, and his incarnation, Krishna, are highly revered deities that have been the focus of significant bhakti worship. Through powerful images of these Gods inscribed on stone, in bronze or in paintings, worshippers and viewers alike are invited to learn that God is love and not fear, and understand how worship can evolve from practice to joyful experience of immense love and devotion.Loving Devotion was originally organized by the Newark Museum. Brigham Young University Museum of Art Description One of the largest and best-attended art museums in the Mountain West, the BYU Museum of Art offers a dynamic exhibition schedule that includes displays of its permanent collection, world-class traveling shows and thought-provoking exhibitions organized by museum curators. One of the Museums most important roles is its contribution to the academic mission of Brigham Young University. From the research and study of artworks in the permanent collection, to the teaching and learning that occurs in classrooms and galleries, the Museum plays an important role in the academic pursuits of many students at BYU. Concurrently, the Museum seeks to connect to broad community audiences through its exhibitions and educational programming.