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Feb 11, 2019 By Rebecca Testrake

If I am honest, I will tell you that I struggle with anxiety. And I know I am not the only one. Past experiences, current events, the unknow

Jan 28, 2019 By Rebecca Testrake

This year, we are excited to announce to you our 2019 Artist in Residence: Lancelot Schaubert. You may be familiar with his work after read

Dec 10, 2018 By Rebecca Testrake

* To clarify, we are announcing the books that we will illuminate in 2019 — not announcing two thousand nineteen books that we may hav

Nov 27, 2018 By Jonathon Roberts

A New Language by Allison Daniell Moix in response to Obadiah 1:21Dear Spark+Echo Supporters, Happy Giving Tuesday! Today is a cha

Nov 22, 2018 By Rebecca Testrake

Life is beautiful. It is also very hard. The human experience seems to be comprised of the paradox that we live in a beautiful struggle. I

Mar 05, 2018 By Rebecca Testrake

We here at Spark+Echo Arts are pleased to introduce the two wonderful groups of artists joining our team this year. We are excited to work i

Nov 27, 2017 By Jonathon Roberts

If asked to reflect on 2017 and come up with a single descriptor, the word “dynamic” comes to mind. I think all of us can readily think of s

Jun 05, 2017 By Rebecca Testrake

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

Feb 05, 2017 By Jonathon Roberts

We are excited to announce the release of our second compilation album from Spark+Echo Arts! Thanks to the success of Volume 1: Narwhal and

Jan 29, 2017 By Jonathon Roberts

We are thrilled announce our first ever Spark and Echo Arts compilation album! Dozens composers and musicians have created music for this pr