This new song by Nicholas Zork reflects on the beauty that comes from struggling with the difficulties of life in response to Ecclesiastes 7:1-5: A good name is better than fine perfume, and the day of death better than the day of birth. It is better to go to a house of mourning than to go…
2017 Artist in Residence Aaron Beaumont introduces us to the thought process behind his work as he brainstorms creating a work in response to Daniel 4.
Lily Maase introduces us to the concepts behind the song cycle that she will create over the coming year as a 2017 Artist in Residence .
Singer Ileana Santamaría wrote a poem that she then brought to musician Raffi Dimoian to produce an intimate spoken word piece imagining Eve’s response to Adam from Genesis 2:21-24.
Composer and vocalist Jessie Downs explores loss, hope, and self reflection as guided by Psalm 29:3-4; 31:9-10; 81:3.
Cities is a five-song cycle that personifies the biblical cities of Bethlehem, Ephesus, Jerusalem, Jericho, and the “New City” of Revelation
Spark and Echo Arts is proud to release its second compilation album, “We Were Like Those Who Dream”. Download today via Bandcamp and help fund new art in response to Scripture.
Spark and Echo Arts is proud to release its first ever compilation album, “Narwhal and Ocelot”. Download today via Bandcamp and help fund new art in response to Scripture.
From Psalm 93, folk singer/songwriter Kelley McRae explores the mercy of God in juxtaposition with the destruction we create.
In this collaborative project, visual artist Nicora Gangi, composer Jonathon Roberts, and vocalist Emily Clare Zempel teamed up to produce a multisensory response to Psalm 13: To the choirmaster. A Psalm of David. How long, Lord? Will you forget me forever? …