This second summer session, taught by local art historian, Carol Mealer, covers the art that was produced by Christians in the Roman Empire from the 2nd Century through the 6th century. The course focuses on work produced in Rome and in Byzantium as evidenced in frescoes, carvings, mosaics and other art work.
Join our artist-in-residence, Kurt Caddy, for an immersion in the arts this summer! An accomplished painter, sculptor, photographer, and illustrator, Caddy will be offering art workshops on July 13 and July 20. These workshops are open to all ages, with the only cost being a $20 art supply fee.
Artist-in-residence Kurt Caddy will present three lectures on art and biblical themes on Sunday evenings at 7pm at Yellowstone Theological Institute. These presentations are free and open to the community.
This week-long summer session is taught by Rev. Tracie Jernigan, an ordained minister, worship arts pastor, musician, and organizer of creatives. The session is designed for men and women who are in children’s ministry, worship ministry, pastors and those simply interested in furthering their knowledge in the worship arts movement. This session describes the history of the fine and performing arts in worship and the theological meaning of the arts in worship, and demonstrates how the arts can be used in discipleship, worship, and summer programs.
A trip to Bozeman for one of our Discovery Days weekends offers groups of prospective students a unique firsthand experience of our school, community, and beautiful surrounding area.