10 Feb YWAMarts connect ISSUE 1
Welcome to the first issue of YWAM ARTS CONNECT. Sent out every two months, YWAM ARTS CONNECT will let you know whats going on in the world of Arts in YWAM.
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Samuel Rich – Director – Lost Kytes
LOST KITES follows a young film team seeking answers to the global orphan crisis, and end up meeting three kids who change their lives. Caught in street life, orphanage care, and abandonment by a heart defect, these three must face mountainous challenges. But the team finds hope in a powerful family-based model that will forever change the way we view orphan care.
YWAM BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA PRESENTS :
THE INITIATIVE PRODUCTION COMPANY
Jason Solari – writer/director – The Out of the Woods Project
Besides producing award winning short films and feature films, the focus of this independant film company is primarily on training and building filmmakers.
The Out of the Woods Project is the second feature length film from The Initiative Production Company (after The Umbrella). The movie is about a man who wakes up in the woods with no recollection of where he is or how he got there.
YWAM GOLD COAST & YWAM KONAPRESENT :
SCHOOL OF MUSICAL THEATRE
Melissa Fenton – Director of the School of Musical Theatre
The School of Musical Theatre is a six month second level University of the Nations school, consisting of 12 weeks of lectures and 12 weeks of outreach. Throughout the school, you will develop the skills, knowledge and character essential to creating, performing and producing musical theatre infused with Biblical truth. Additionally, we aim to equip you to enter the theatre industry as missionaries to be a light and witness for Jesus Christ.
November 16th, 2016 – May 12th, 2017
Click here for more information or for application
YWAM HERRNHUT, GERMANY PRESENTS :
WUNDERLAND CREATIVE STUDIOS
Jan Schlegel – Coordinator of the wunderland creative sudios
The vision of Wonderland Creative Studios has existed since we launched YWAM in Nuremberg. It has existed in our dreams of YWAM Nuremberg’s 40 staff, expressed through the Marriage of the Arts DTS, Pick a Pocket, and Synchronal Magazine… and now seeks to find a physical home of its own!
Centrally located and only 5 minutes walk from the city’s main train station, this facility will house Art studio spaces, office spaces, but will primarily give space to our Fine Art Gallery, performing arts venue, and cafe.