Ronya Dones is Convergence's first "Virtual Artist in Residence." As an artist and teacher, Ronya examines human flourishing with child-like curiosity and modern sophistication. She has developed innovative spiritual, social-emotional and arts-based programming for individuals, families, schools, museums, libraries, rehabilitation centers, therapists, churches, community and social service agencies.
Sculptor, Karen Swenholt is our first in the Convergence Spotlight Video Series. Karen is a figurative sculptor who lives and works in Northern Virginia. She is currently Artist in Residence at Convergence in Alexandria, Virginia where her studio is located. Her large-scale sculptures are on view in the Convergence Sculpture Garden.
For almost fifteen years, Convergence has been exploring the intersection of art, faith and the human experience. Now, with we are creating ways to share what we've learned and experienced with others and finding new ways to connect with artists around faith and cultural engagement through soul|makers. https://youtu.be/oaPjZb-Sbow soul|makers Forming Emerging Leaders in the Arts … Continue reading soul|makers
Convergence is the culmination of 14 years of stories. The stories of people coming together to grow spiritually and creatively. The stories of people sharing an expanded vision of the world; supporting each other in their quest to become who they were created to be. Convergence is 14 years of stories about finding faith, hope … Continue reading Meet Convergence
Through the gifts of Art, Music, and Prayer, we are renewed in our creativity as we listen for God’s voice through the use of Re Words! Reflect - Restore - Be Refreshed! No matter where we are in our faith journey; being in community, the Art of Re is a way to refocus, and redirect … Continue reading The Art of Re.
Have you ever considered the possibility that your creative work in the world is ministry when it comes from a place rooted in Christ?
In Acts 17: 24-25 Paul talks to a group of educated, deeply religious Athenians and challenges their understanding of who and what "God" is. "The God who made the world and everything in it is the LORD of heaven and earth and does not live in temples built by human hands. And he is not served … Continue reading God does not live in temples built by human hands.