Available now for
undergraduate and graduate credit through GIAL!
See here for details.
OUTCOMES - Participants will:
* enjoy inspiration, encouragement, and networking for future ministry,
* broaden their palette of tools for cross-cultural arts engagement, helping them learn more about being catalysts and co-creators for local, indigenous creativity,
* learn to use the new EthnoArts Field Manual to help communities draw on their artistic resources to respond to spiritual, social, and physical needs,
* learn about further study and networking opportunities to help them move forward after the training.
* Arrive on Sunday (June 7) before 4 PM - dinner @ 6PM - evening session
* Sunday - Friday: Training runs from 9 to 12 mornings and 2 to 5 in the afternoons
* Depart on Friday evening - June 12, or Saturday morning, June 13
* SIL International Ethnomusicology & Arts Group
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* Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Int’l Coordinator, SIL Ethnomusicology and Arts; ICE Vice President of Training and Education
Author of the manual - Researching and Creating Together: How Local Artists Can Help Communities Reach Their Kingdom Goals.
President, International Council of Ethnodoxologists (ICE)
Coordinator, World Arts Program at GIAL
SIL Ethnomusicology & Arts Group
Logistics Coordinator for ABF