Two-Night Art Party Brings Scripture to Life in NYC


Spark and Echo Arts Live
Space 38|39
(38 W 39th St, 3 Floor, Manhattan)

January 23rd, 2014 • 7:30-10:30pm
February 13th, 2014 • 7:30-10:30pm

$15 online; $20 at the door
Online Special: $25 for both events



New York, NY – In the midst of a frosty winter, a group of artists seeks to warm denizens of the city with vibrant visual art, music, poetry, theatre, and performance of all varieties. Spark and Echo Arts is pleased to announce its third annual showcase and fundraiser, Spark and Echo Arts Live, centered around their mission to illuminate the entire Bible through the arts.

Building off the success of their previous art parties, this year’s celebration expands to two nights bookending an extended gallery run. All events and the gallery showing will be held at Space 38|39 (38 W. 39th St, 3rd floor) in Manhattan.

The festivities start Friday, January 23rd, at 7:30pm with an opening night event featuring live musical performances, short films, a meet-and-greet with some of the 2015 Artists in Residence, and a presentation from Blake Ruehrwein, gallery curator.

The closing event on Friday, February 13th at 7:30pm, is co-curated and sponsored by the Curator Magazine. This event features a completely different program, with introspective live performances, short films, poetry readings, and special opportunities to meet the artists that fuel Spark and Echo Arts’ unique approach to Scripture. Both events feature light food and wine hand-picked to complement each evening.

Warm your body, mind, and soul by looking back on the fifty-two works of 2014 and the passages that inspired them. Then help Spark and Echo Arts kick-off a new season of works and their new Artist in Residence program!

Ticket sales and donations at the event will go toward funding a new year of adventurous art. Each event is $15 online or $20 at the door. Get tickets for both events online for only $25.





Clips from last year’s showcase:


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