Poet Lauren Russell explores heartbreak, despair, and the impossible as inspired by Psalm 22:20-21.
Aaron Beaumont shares his personal exploration and the importance of memory as he continues to develop his 2017 Artist in Residence project.
Lily Maase provides an update on the gut-wrenching events surrounding the development of her project as a 2017 Artist in Residence.
Bringing a modern twist to the medieval depictions of The Last Judgment and religious triptychs, Nicora Gangi responds to Psalm 2:12 through collage: Kiss his son, or he will be angry and your way will lead to your destruction, for his wrath can flare up in a moment. Blessed are all who take refuge in him. …
Artist Joshua Sterlin Jackson constructed this work to draw out a sense of what is felt when meditating as described in Psalm 1:2.
Artist Bernard Lee cultivates his visual metaphor from the life that thrives when those in need receive mercy rather than condemnation as expressed in Jude 1:22.
The lush visuals of Claire Bateman’s work hearken to the tangible abundance of God’s mercy offered in Jude 1:2.
Nicora Gangi explores God’s extensive invitation to family and celebration through the symbolism in her work responding to Luke 13:29.
Multi-talented artist Janielle Kastner explores the similarities between us and those whom we would distance ourselves from in this vulnerable and raw poem based on Jude 1:5-7.
Musician Lucas Kwong brings out an edgy approach to interpreting Jude 1:8-13 in his new work.