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.
Davelyn Hill reflects on the keeping and staying power of faith and God’s love in her painting responding to Jude 1:24-25.
Playwright Caroline Turner Cole explores Jude 1:20-23 through the lens of addiction and the path of recovery in this one act script with a reading performed by Stacy Ann Strang, Alexandra Hulme, and Taylor LeBaron.
Staci M partnered with Spark & Echo Arts, producing a new episode in her anime-style animation series to bring sight and sound to John 1:6-10.
Aaron Beaumont muses on the unexpected nature of the creative process and the implications of psychology in this update on his developing 2017 Artist in Residence project.
Lily Maase shares her vulnerable and gut-wrenching story behind her project in progress as a 2017 Artist in Residence.
2015 Artist in Residence, Christine Suarez, updates us on the continued development of her project responding to the book of Ruth.