New Works

Who I Am


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.

Artist in Residence: Aaron Beaumont


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.

Artist in Residence: Lily Maase


Lily Maase shares her vulnerable and gut-wrenching story behind her project in progress as a 2017 Artist in Residence.

Family Dinner

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2015 Artist in Residence, Christine Suarez, updates us on the continued development of her project responding to the book of Ruth.

Ecclesiastes 4:1-2

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Will Healy explores ways in which to survive and overcome oppression through his emotive work reflecting on Ecclesiastes 4:1-2.

The Whipping Boy


Spice artist, Amanda Margaretha, explores global and cultural interpretations of persecution in response to Psalm 69.

A Comedian’s Bedtime Story


Comedian Paul Schissler explores the unseen side of the comedian’s life in response to Ecclesiastes 4:13-16.

A Silent Movie: in Poem and Stills

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Iv Amenti’s ‘silent film’ contemplates the juxtapositions of reality and dreams, foolishness and wisdom found in Ecclesiastes 5:3.

After the Blood Is Gone: When the Killing Won’t Stop

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Crystal Irby’s poem in response to Ecclesiastes 3:3 examines the painful road to hope and healing.

Gardening with Lions


Poet Darryl Ratcliff dreams of a life-filled future while wrestling with current injustice in response to Ecclesiastes 9:4.

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