Author Archive

See If There Be Any Sorrow Like Unto My Sorrow


Poet Judith Kunst brings us this beautiful poem in response to Lamentations 2:13.

Hope in God


This work is from the fabulous Japanese Kiri-e artist Gen Tsuboi in response to Lamentations 3:55-56.

Dwelling in Darkness


Our third work from the book of Lamentations is from Brooklyn artist Daniel RosenHanst. Daniel’s piece explores Lamentations 3:1-33 in a stunning diptych.

Landmark #427


Poet Priscilla Wathington explores Lamentations 3:46-54 and the history of Bloody Hill in her new poem, Landmark #427.

Lord’s compassions fail not


This work is from Ukrainian artist Alina Potemska and responds to Lamentations 2:18.



Photographer Satsuki Ichikawa responds to Romans 8:24-28 and March 11th, 2011 in our series of artists from Japan.



Photographer Shino Yanai responds to Psalm 19:12-14 and March 11th, 2011 in our series of artists from Japan.

[the earth is round no matter what happens]

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The first three artists of our 2015 season come from Japan, and have been selected by curator
Rachel Carvosso. The first, Ayako Yoshida, responds to Psalm 46:2-3 and the events of March 2011.

Third Annual Spark and Echo Arts Live!


Two-Night Art Party Brings Scripture to Life in NYC

A Little East of Jordan (The Geography of Healing)

Geo of Healing

Director and choreographer Patrice Miller developed this new theater piece over the past year in response to 2 Kings 2:21-25 and the theme of healing.

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