Late last year, one of our staff members, Younhee Kim, was involved in translating the Creating Local Arts Together (CLAT) curriculum into Korean. Read more about CLAT below and her role in the translation process below!
In September of 2023, a team of 6 from Inspiro traveled to Senegal to lead an Arts in Trauma Healing Workshop. One particular participant, Chichi*, walked away with a powerful testimony. Read about her experience below!
In September of 2023, a team of three traveled to Bosnia and Herzegovina to lead dance masterclasses that culminated in the dancers participating in a worship evening. Read below about their experience!
“For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life” (Jn. 3:16 ESV).
And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God and saying, “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace among those with whom he is pleased!”
We are thrilled to announce that our newest edition of VIVID Magazine (no. 16) is out! This edition focuses on healthy rhythms in the life of an artist.
This week, we are starting a series of Advent reflections beginning with the first week's theme of Hope. Follow along with us as we prepare our hearts for Christmas.
Every few years, those with a passion for arts in missions gather at GCAMM (Global Consultation on Arts and Music in Missions). Attendees are encouraged through plenary and breakout sessions and the joy of being together with other like-minded followers of Jesus. This year, GCAMM was held in July and focused on the theme of “Discipling Faithful Worshipers Through the Arts.” Several of our staff and Alliance members were able to attend, and we caught up with them to hear what they learned and experienced.
Our brains are incredibly intricate organs. From controlling our physical bodies to interpreting non-physical stimuli, the inner workings of the brain remind us that we are, indeed, fearfully and wonderfully made by God (Psalm 139:14). Artist Geinene Carson has been putting colour and visuals to this truth with her artwork for the past several years, researching and painting neurons. Last month, an exhibition of her work opened at Gallery 1740 in Atlanta*. The exhibition is titled The Colour of Thought and is a body of artwork meant to provide visual encouragement and gentle accountability towards the growing discussion of mental and emotional well-being.