PROPHETIC ART SCHOOL
Our Prophetic Arts School runs in two fine art tracks: Dance and Visual Art.
The goal of the school is to experience how these art forms express the heart of God and further his Kingdom. There is power in the Fine Arts to release the working of the Holy Spirit. You will explore and grow in co-creating with God and seeing your art bring healing, connection, touch hearts deeply, release pain, inspire hope, and much more.
The school also has a strong focus on the value of dance and visual art in worship and prayer and how worship teams and artists can minister together. The school will cover topics such as Hearing God’s voice, the Prophetic and Priestly call of the Artist, Worship, Intercession, ministering to God and blessing others, etc. These build on foundational aspects at a more advanced level than the DTS (YWAM Discipleship Training School).
Come expecting for an intense four weeks of fruitful work, new perspectives, and growth in your skill set. Come hungry to encounter the presence of Jesus and take your art to the next level. Leave ready to bless the world around you with the Creativity of the Kingdom of God.
Learning outcomes for the Fine Art Track:
Listening to God’s Word and voice, and to translate it into visual expression
Develop the skill of Observation
Communicate God’s messages to others in Fine Art forms
Produce a fine art project expressing God's heart to others
Create prophetic art in cooperative worship experiences
Deeper development of drawing and painting skills
Learning outcomes for the Dance Track:
Dance in worship as ministry to the body of Christ
Intercession and spiritual warfare through dance
Create choreography based on prophetic words
Express your hear and connect with God through movement
We expect dancers to have a basic level of experience and are comfortable with improvisation.
We expect fine art participants to have some basic drawing and painting skills
Prerequisite: Discipleship Training School - (DSP 211, 212)
Do you have any questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us:
September 9 to December 3, 2020