Exploring the Intersection of Art, Faith and the Human experience


The Gallery at Convergence holds regular exhibits by professional and emerging artists on themes of spiritual and cultural engagement as well as youth shows and open calls around a theme. Events are held surrounding exhibits to promote community dialogue.

Exhibit Hours: Friday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm; Saturday, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm and by appointment

Phone Information: 703-998-6260

Current Exhibits

Upcoming Exhibits

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Past Exhibits

Various Small Fires, Isabel Cureux

November 4 – December 17, 2016 in the Gallery. ‘Various Small Fires’ by Isabel Cureux explores how each small event in our life creates who we are.

The Silent World

August 5-27, 2016 in the Gallery. Explore the intricacies of creativity and the effect of society, education, and age on the creative process.”

Alexandria City High School Art Exhibit

March 11 – April 9, 2016 “Alexandria City High School Art Exhibit”, a joint effort between Bishop Ireton High School, Episcopal High School, St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School, and T.C. Williams High School.

No Holds Barred Exhibit

January 8-February 27, 2016. NO HOLDS BARRED starts with an invitation to focus the energy and channel the urges of artistic creation, while letting the unknown stay in the lead. Come join us as we let creativity guide our journey.

Missionary; Papa, Drypoint 2009, Gwyneth Kiehl

He Was, I Am

A collaborative exhibition by Matthew and Gwyneth Kiehl. November 1- December 19, 2015. Opening Reception and Artist’s Talk, Friday November 13th 7:00 -9:00 PM

Unburied title

Unburied: The Secrets We Keep

June – August, 2015 These fresh voices, spanning various mediums, are challenging the viewer to experience secrets in new ways.

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Considering Harm, Pamela Flynn

February – March 2015, Considering Harm focuses on the issue of gun violence in our communities. Each piece is a small, mixed media, contemplative work on gun violence. These works, paired with text about incidents of gun violence in the DC Metro Area, work together to create tension forcing the viewer to consider harm.

Art Uniting People

A Celebration of Recovery, Creativity and Mental Health exhibition is presented to reduce stigma and foster understanding. It is an art exhibition dedicated to making a difference. It seeks to engage the Alexandria community in a conversation about each person’s uniqueness and the commonality we all share.

Syria: Sacred Spaces. Ancient Prayers.

Syria: Sacred Spaces. Ancient Prayers. A photographic and musical exhibition of pre-war Syria. This exhibition of music and photography is a cross-section of Jason Hamacher’s cultural preservation efforts in Syria.

Opening Reception: Flowers One Day

Explore and experience a look inside the journey of faith and healing through the creative works of Convergence Resident Artist, Christina Young.


September – October 2013, Open Call. Since the beginning of civilization fermentation has mystified humans. Ancient legends say we were taught by sacred beings to make fermented beverages containing a magical substance, a

Palestine Interrupted

April 2013, Bud Hensgen Palestine Interrupted was a culmination in a series of 14 paintings of the artist’s 2011 tour of Palestine, his impressions and the injustice he found there.


January – February 2013, Rusty Lynne, Pamela Underhill. In this experimental program the artists combine, destroy, and transform diverse elements to make three-dimensional images.

Letters, Words, Stories

December 2012 – January 2013, Sushmita Mazumdar. What can a single letter say to you? What mis-spoken words from your childhood do you still remember? Are there colors that remind you of home?

Pitture e Parole

October 1 – November 30, 2012, Lynne Elizabeth Heiser. Pitture e Parole (“Paintings and Words”), a solo exhibition, from artist Lynn Heiser, is inspired by memory and shaped

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