What Students Say

  • If you are passionate about the arts and serious in understanding the essence of the arts in mission, these special modules are designed for you. I enjoyed it so much and felt excited and amazed to see my own creativity expressed.
  • I would definitely recommend these modules to friends and especially those who are mission minded and are passionate about the arts and culture. The modules are a really unique part of the undergraduate programme and the tutors are so well qualified. I really did appreciate it.

Arts for a Better Future
Jill Ford

Course Tutor

Jill Ford

BA Hons Music/Related Arts, PGCE Music/Drama, Diploma All Nations, MA Education University of London

Arts for a Better Future

12th - 17th July 2020

The aim is for you to be able help local communities draw on their artistic resources to help them respond to their spiritual, social and physical needs and help them move towards the kingdom of God.

What is the Programme?

The programme will lead you through a seven stage process of researching and creating local arts with a community. The flexible process is designed so that you can help others draw on their own artistic resources and plan for a future more like God’s kingdom. We will give you a chance to immediately apply what you’ve learned. There will also be opportunities to learn about further study and networks in the arts and mission.

Training Content:

Arts with God
Community Arts
Arts and the Kingdom of God
Exploring and Researching Artistic Events
Understanding Artistic Genres in Cultural Contexts
Relating Artistically to the Church and its Cultural Context
Integrating and Celebrating Artistic Community Events
Extending Your Skills for Cross-Cultural Arts Ministry.

Key Information

  • Cost
  • Brochure
  • 2020 residential rate: tbc
    2020 non residential rate: tbc

  • To download the 2020 Arts for a Better Future brochure, click here.

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