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Application for the School of the Prophetic Arts

Application for f the Scchool of the Prop phetic Artts    

 

The Mission M n of the School S l of Prop ophetic A Arts Thank you u for your inte erest in the Sch hool of Prophe etic Arts. Wee welcome yo our application n for admissio on into our Associate of Prophetic Arts A Degree program. p We e are blessed beyond belieef to be the firsst in the counttry that offers egree in the Prophetic P Arts.. Our goal is to restore thee arts to their o original mand date, and to an actual Associates de e as it is inn heaven, rep presented through the proph hetic arts. be a visible demonstrattion of the will of God on earth t be a demonstration of th he will of God d on earth by revealing the very life of he eaven through h drama, the We exist to

movementt of heaven through dance,, the beauty of o heaven thro ough art, and the sounds off heaven throu ugh worship and musicc. The reformations of the arts a always precede the refformation of tthe church. W We believe we e are at the beginning g of the 2nd Reformation. We W have bee en given a ma andate to build d a Kingdom culture that re epresents His covenanta al way accura ately. „On earth as it is in Heaven...in eevery sphere a and jurisdictio on in society. The Schoo ol of Propheticc Arts are lookking for stude ents that hear tthat same souund and wantt to learn and develop theirr prophetic gift through the fine arts. As A such, we ta ake every app plicant seriously. Our stafff is dedicated to praying for GodÊs wisdom and provision for each applicant. i eager to he elp answer any questions yo ou may have about the sch hool as you prrepare your a application. Our staff is Many que estions are answered online e as well. We e look forwarrd to seeing G GodÊs will for yyour life unfold as you journey through the pro ocess. For His Glory,

Marcy Willis, Director Academicc Dean

 

 

      Sch hool of Prophetic Arts | 11725 NE N 118th Street, Kirkland, K WA 98034 | 425.820..2900 | spa@ccckirkland.org 

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The Heart H and an Purp rpose „The them me of restoratio on which begins in Genesiss is consumma ated in the bo ook of Revelattion. History begins in a garden an nd concludes in a Garden-llike city or civvilization. In G Genesis, the eearth is a pote ential Paradise and a in Revelation it is a ma atured paradisse. In the fina al chapters off Revelation w we read of a g glorious city which is re evealed in the e earth. Whille the Bible do oesnÊt teach uultimate perfecction this side of the Second Coming of Christ, it does d teach tha at the earth will ultimately experience e thee plan of God d as if the firstt Adam had n never fallen, anything less does not honor the finished work of Christ, the lasst Adam.‰ Suurprised by Ho Hope·NT Wright

We have been given a mandate and d a passion to o „build a Kinngdom culturee‰ that represeents His covennantal way· aven⁄‰ Wha at does that m mean? It mean ns precisely w what it says, FatherÊs accuratelyy. „On earth as it is in Hea dream. A family of glo orified sons an nd daughters just like His fi rstborn, Jesuss. To do that, we have to kknow Him intimately,, love His Wo ord so dearly, build our spirit-man so inteentionally, tha at we begin to o see with Hiss eyes. The entire bod dy of Christ ha as been called d to pray, „Th hy Kingdom co ome, Thy will be done on e earth as it is in heaven.‰ We just ha appen to believe itÊs possib ble for His Kin ngdom in all i ts jurisdictionss and cultural influencers to o take back the earth. The earth is the LordÊs, an nd we are his kids; itÊs timee to believe Fa ather and take e back the territory. w a cry for not n just a visita ation but to b become a „hab bitation‰ for m many years no ow, and it has We have been living with b a reality. The release of o His presence here and inn our lives is ta angible. We are seeing m major healing begun to be like never before in 20 years, financcial breakthrou ughs that onlyy could be Go od in this econ nomy, prodigals coming ople that live a life of purityy and undistra acted devotio on for Christ w who arenÊt justt home consistently, radical young peo eir body for marriage, m but their t heart. saving the Worship and a the dance e, drama and d the written word w has had an anointing uniquely for tthe last few ye ears, and we believe the e Lord has said that itÊs time. Among many other we ll-known prop phetic words cconfirming itÊss time to start a school, we just knew it was His „N NOW‰ time. s radical worsship and intimacy communiity. We have The atmossphere of Christ Church is a Holy Spirit supercharged been give en the mandatte to „Seek Firrst His Kingdo om,‰ along wiith the rest of the body of C Christ and to b build a Kingdom culture. Our strong suit is Intimacy, Wo orship, Relatio nal Communiity and discipleship with a major onal Transfer, Kingdom Edu ucation, and t he Arts. emphasis on Generatio ate core value e is the love of Father, build ding His Kingd Covenant community that is genuine, Our ultima dom first, a C marketplace ministries (Business), and release of the t supernaturral in every area of life and d ministry.

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Studeents Daily ly Life (Tueesday·Fridaay) 7:45·8:10 AM

Meet in san nctuary or dan nce room for W Worship togeether

8:15·8:3 30 AM

Meet in dan nce room to Pray P together

8:30·9:3 30 AM

Core Classe es on Kingdom m of God, etcc. throughout the year with teachers, pastors, spe ecial guest speakers, etc.

9:30·12 2:00 AM

Classes (your track: Dancce, Worship, Music, Drama, Writing, V Videography, A Art)

Class is evvery day exce ept for Writing g and Videog graphy, whichh will be 2 dayys per week a and Music wh hich will be 3 days a we eek, with extra a labs for pra actices. Though it looks like stud dent life is just four half day ys a week, thee truth is that The School o of Prophet Artss will be more full-time th han just the da aily classes, th hought there will w still be tim e for part-timee jobs! Expectatio ons for Studen nts   Be e on time for everything fro om Worship th hrough all cla asses, labs, an nd practices e each day.   Homework don ne on time witth excellence as Âunto the LLordÊ!   Re eading on our own time is expected as part of our cuurriculum·books required.   Daily D intimacy with Jesus tha atÊs real (sepa arate time thann worship herre) - Early risin ng recommend ded.   Cultivating C a heart of a disciple/son/dau ughter·living in reality, ho onesty and hum mility.   Living a lifestyle e of „Undistra acted Devotion‰ until itÊs tim me for a real ccourtship, etc..   SPA requires you are flexible e to practice, minister, partticipate in thee application o of all your tra ack would re equire of you (performance es, ministry, se ervices, outrea aches.)   Pa articipation in n the community life of the school s and chhurch (small groups, ministry, discipling,, etc.)   Le earning to be leaders, how w to build a sm mall business w with your calling (2nd yearr): and many otther practical teachings alo ong with the spiritual will bee integrated iin your core cclasses.   Be ecoming Heaven to Earth wherever w you go, representting the King!!   Attending A CCK K would be the e recommendation during tthe time you a attend school due to the am mount of time re equired to parrticipate in so many events and small gro oups. Also, yyou will be tra ained to listen to „the word off the Lord‰ on Sunday morn nings here and integrate thhem into your dance, worsh hip, drama, w writing, and pa aintings! Thiss would be the e highest reco ommendation and only a ra are exception not to.   Ex xpected to ho onor all ages· ·we are a mu ultigenerationa al church and d honor the „jo oining of the ge enerations‰ in n our midst en nlarges our ap ppreciation off one anotherÊÊs uniqueness and gifting.   Live a lifestyle of o passion forr the Lord, bolldness and suurrender to Hiss will. Obvious Code C of Cond duct One our schools s most important goa als is to facilita ate the growthh and develop pment of Chrisstian characte er in line with biblical prrinciples. It iss expected tha at SPA studentts live in in su ch a manner that brings gllory to Christ in their behavior and a attitudes both in and outside o SPA se ettings.

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Therefore,, each studentt is expected to: t   Abstain A from biblically b immo oral practices including: d runkenness, sstealing, sland der, profane la anguage, dishonesty, occcult practices, sexual sins (ffornication, prremarital sex,, adultery and d homosexuality or any be ehavior that iss considered detrimental to o Christian cha aracter and w witness.   Avoid A attitudess (such as gree ed, jealousy, pride, bitterneess, needless anger and diiscrimination) and be ehavior (such as gossip, divisiveness and complaining g) that disruptts the unity an nd health of th he body.   Show respect and a considera ation for otherr members of the student bo ody and their property.   Show respect for f staff and fa aculty and coo operation witth the aims an nd endeavors of the school and the ch hurch.   Attend A all presccribed SPA classes, ministry y sessions an d activities reequired by the e college prog gram unless fo ormally excuse ed.   Re efrain from dishonest academic practice es (cheating, p plagiarism, co opying, etc.)   Be e neat, clean and modestly y dressed. Drress code is d ressy casual ffor both SPA a and church.   Fo ollow the heart of these guiidelines. If you are struggling with an issue, we w advise you to speak to S SPA staff and allow them to o bring guidance, counsel and correction to the situation. Any behavior thatt contravenes the heart of tthe Student Co ode of Condu uct will result in disciplin nary action. Any A behaviorr that comprom mises the phyysical or spirituual welfare off other students will result in n immediate e termination of enrollment.. Attendancce Daily, on time attendan nce is expecte ed. In the case of illness orr emergency, please contacct the school o office and your trackk teacher. A maximum m of fo our absences permitted pe r semester, an nything other than genuine illness must have perm mission from SPA S director. Exceptions to o this policy w will be made o only for extrem me circumstan nces. If a studentÊs absences a and tardies total more than twe elve a school year, the stud dent may not receive a Cerrtificate of Completio on and could potentially be e asked to leavve the school.. Discipline The liberty y of the SPA environment e re equires a high h level of interrnal self-goverrnment under the Holy Spirrit, teachers, disciplers and pastors. Any student consistently sttruggling to m make wise cho oices will rece eive loving and direct confrontattion, which is designed to help h draw outt the „Christ-inn-them.‰ We expect studen nts to fully recceive with humility any correction given. Withdraw wal Any stude ent who would d like to withdraw from SPA A must do the following:   Arrange A an ap ppointment witth the SPA dirrector to discuuss reasons fo or withdrawing g from the sch hool. (For tuition n refund inform mation, see „FFinancial Inforrmation‰ - no refund after N November 30 0th.)

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Appliccation Proocedures 1. Admission A App plication  The ap pplication is available onlin ne at www.ScchoolofPropheeticArts.org. PPlease answerr all questio ons. If a quesstion does nott apply to youu, write N/A ((not applicablle) in the spacce provided.  All app plications musst be submitted with the nonnrefundable ffee of $100.0 00. Make che ecks or mon ney orders pa ayable to Christ Church Schhool of Propheetic Arts/SPA.  A completed application includess the following g:  School of Prophetic Arts application (m must be typed d)  Three letterss of recommendation  Current pho oto of yourselff  Commitmen nt form  $100 appliication fee  Removve the followin ng forms (thesse must be givven to those filling them ou ut)  PastorÊs refe erence  Confidentia al references (2) 2. Ph hoto  Please email a digittal photo of yo ourself to spa@ @cckirkland.o org, or mail a passport size ed photo to the school. 3. Re eferences  Three recommendattion forms musst be submitteed to the schoo ol: one from yyour pastor, a and two pe ersonal recom mmendations frrom people w who know youu well and can n honestly spe eak on you ur behalf rega arding character, gifts, and calling.  Please do not use re elatives for an ny of the requiired recommeendations. If yyour pastor is your parent or spouse, ask another member off your churchÊÊs pastoral sta aff to complete e the forrm.  To exp pedite the proccess, we sugg gest providing g each person n with both the e form and a stampe ed envelope addressed a to: Marcy Williis, Director School of Prrophetic Arts 11725 NE 118th St. WA 98034 Kirkland, W

 Please follow up witth each individual to ensuree they have co ompleted and d mailed the fo orm to us in n a timely manner.  4. Application A De eadline Date  Studen nts are advised d to apply early, as the ma aximum numb ber of studentss that can be acceptted per year is limited. Ap pplication dea dline is Septeember 5, 2011. 5. Re eview Processs  Your application a will be reviewed d when all do ocuments are received. Thiis includes your comple eted application, current ph hoto, applicattion fee, and three referencces. Once the e Admisssions Committee has review wed your app plication, you will be sent a letter indicatting whethe er your appliccation was accepted or dennied. The accceptance proccess does not begin until March 2011 2 and is completed withhin four weekks of complete e submission.

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Financcial Inforrmation Non-R Refundable Ap pplication Fee e:

$100

Tuition n (Includes da aily class instruction & labs)): Dance e, Fine Arts, Drama, D Other classes comin ng (4 mo ornings) Worship & Music (3 ( mornings) Writin ng & Videogra aphy (2 mornings) Kingd dom Core Classes only (4 mornings) m

$5800 $4800 $3400 $1080

Expen nses not coverred by tuition: (Minisstry trips, dancce clothes, insstruments, boo oks, fees, etc.)  

Up to $1500  

Payme ent Schedule: Due September S 5th, 2011 (At th he latest) Due December D 6th, 2011 Due March M 6th, 2012 Tota al: Payme ent in Full Discount: Payme ent received by b Septemberr 5th will be discounted by 5% %

$1935 $1935 $1930 -----------$5800 $5510

Housing and Living g Expenses:  Students arre responsible e for their own n living expennses. For asssistance in loccating housing g please call the SPA officces at 425.82 20.2900 or M Melissa Cordell, our administrative assista ant, at 805.620.2211. Refund d Policy:  In the even nt that a student withdraws from the scho ool between S September and d October, an nd has previously paid their tuition in full, they may reeceive a refun nd up to 80%,, based upon a pro-rated monthly efundable. m portio on of paid tuition. After Deecember 1st, tuuition is non-re Financcial Aid:  Christ Church KirklandÊss School of Prophetic Arts i s not an accreedited school with the State e of Washingto on; therefore students s are not eligible forr financial aid d, student loan ns, or grants. Partial scho olarships go thru t Marcy Willis, W our direcctor. The application fee e is a non-refu undable $100 0. Please mai l your paymeent to: Christt Church Kirkla andÊs School of Prophetic Art A (SPA) Attn: Sean Matthew ws 11725 NE 118th St. S Kirkland, WA 98034 

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Appliccation Cheecklist   Please e verify that yo ou have the fo ollowing inforrmation availa able before yo ou continue.

NOTE E: The application will take e approximate ely 30 minutees to 1 hour (PPlease also ma ail hard copy to Schoo ol of Propheticc Arts ă 11725 NE 118th, Kirkland, WA A 98034)

    

I have h my pasto orÊs contact in nformation, in ncluding his m mailing addresss, phone num mber, and em mail address. I have h informattion for 2 perssonal recomm mendations, inncluding their mailing addre ess, phone nu umber and e-m mail address. I have h my non-refundable $1 100 application fee. I have h a picture e to e-mail or send by mail. I have h not prevviously sent in an applicatio on to SPA.

                                           

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Track Informati I ion Please ind dicate which track you are applying for:

Fine Art A

Worship & Musicc

Dance

Dram ma

Writing

Videeography

Kingdo om Core Classs only

Gra aphic Design

Appliccant Inforrmation Last Name Date of Birth Cell Phone e (

First Name

M Middle Na ame Genderr

)

Secondary Phonee (

)

Email Add dress Street Add dress City

State

Zip

Marital Status If separate ed or divorced d, please exp plain

Birthplace e Are you a United Satess citizen? If no o, country of residence r Name and d address of home h church

Senior Passtor name

Email

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Spirittual Inforrmation When did d you accept Christ C as yourr personal Savvior? How has that t affected your y life?

Have you been baptize ed in the Holy y Spirit accord ding to Acts 1 :8 and Acts 2 2:4?

If no, are you open to that? t

Do you atttend your loca al church consistently? Are you a member in good g standing g? How long have you bee en attending regularly there e? Have you recently left a church?

Was it a clean c parting or are there unresolved u isssues?

What type e of Christian service have you done?

What are your giftings??

What do you y believe iss your calling??

Are you a disciplined le earner or are willing to beccome one? Are you willing w to be trrained at a hig gh level? ___ ________Yes __________ Not Sure

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Educattional Infformationn Did you graduate from High School??

What yyear?

College or University?

What w was your majo or?

How many y years comp pleted?

Did youu graduate?

Degree ea arned Date grad duated

With ho onors?

G GPA

Any post-u university education?

Family ly Informaation Name of Spouse, S if ma arried SpouseÊs Birthdate B

Spouse Ês Profession

Children (names ( and ages) PARENTS FatherÊs Name N

Phone

Address MotherÊs Name N

Phone

Address

Experieences (Answerin ng yes will nott automatically ly disqualify th he applicant ffrom acceptannce) Have you used tobacco o in the last six x months? Have you consumed alccoholic beverrages in the la ast six months?? If so, desccribe your pattterns of use:

Have you been involved with pornog graphy in the last 12 monthhs?

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If so, when was the lastt time, and wh hat have you been doing to o remain puree in this area?? Have you been involved in homosex xuality within the t last five yeears? If so, when was the lastt time and ple ease explain what w God hass done to resto ore you?

Have you ever been arrrested? Wha at for and whe en?

Have you ever been invvolved in the occult, witchccraft, or cults? If yes, pleasse provide a b brief explanation and how you y have bee en set free.

Have you used illegal drugs d in the la ast six months? If yes, pleasse provide a b brief explanattion and how you have been n set free.

Do you ha ave a disciple er?

 Yes Y

 No

If so, please provide na ame, phone, email. e

 

 

If not, are you willing to o be mentored d and disciple ed at the SPA??

 Yees

 N No

Please desscribe any physical or emo otional conditions, and statee any special treatment or medication required:

How did you y hear about the School of Prophetic Arts? A

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Employyment Infformationn Occupatio on Most recent employer Address Phone If never em mployed, plea ase explain

Mediccal Inform mation Please filll out the follow wing as thorouughly and acccurately as poossible: Insurance company Policy num mber Please list any ongoing physical conditions you ha ave that requiire self-care, a special diet,, or a doctorÊss supervisio on:

Emergency contact Known alllergies In case of minor medica al emergency y, I would like to go to the following f docctor or medica al clinic in the Kirkland area: a

Phone

I would likke a recomme endation of a doctor in the Kirkland area a for minor meedical concerrns:

 Yes

 No

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Internaational Students S Your curre ent passport and a visa, valid d from Septem mber 1st throug gh June 15th o of the followin ng year, is required upon u entrance e into SPA. If you currently y do not have a visa, pleasee notify us before you applly for one. Visa as need to be applied for se everal monthss in advance. You must briing the paperr associated w with your visa and your passport. Also, contact c us for a letter whichh will help yo u attain the proper clearan nce for your year at the Sch hool of Prophe etic Arts. Date visa is effective Type off visa Dates passsport is effecttive

Type off passport

Will your passport or visa v need to be renewed during your stay?

LIN#

Name of US Consulate or Embassy and a name of city and counntry it is in

Agreemen nt: I understand that any fa alsification of information o on this applica ation is ground ds for dismisssal at any time. I he ereby certify th hat I have read all the inforrmation and p policies pertaining to the Scchool of Proph hetic Arts, accept the em, and agree e to abide by them while a student at Chhrist Church K KirklandÊs Sch hool of Prophe etic Arts.

Initials:___ _________Signature:______ ____________ ______________________Datte:____________

Tuition is $5800 $ ($480 00, $3400, or o $1080.) Inte ernational Stuudents must suubmit paymen nt in full by da ate of registratio on or send pro oof of financia al support if paying by trim ester (bank sttatements, etc.) Will you b be prepared to o pay it? How? (Explain below)

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Statem ment of Purpose P In an essa ay of 300 worrds or less, ple ease answer the t following three questions: Who Am I? Why Am I Here? Where W Am I Go oing (calling and a destiny)?  

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Explain in Why You Y Wantt to Attennd SPA A

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Pastorr’s Referen ence Form m   To the Applicant: This form should be b completed by your pasto or and mailed d directly to uss. If your fath her is your pa astor, please refer the form to the assistan nt pastor or yo outh pastor in n your church.. To the Passtor: The belo ow applicant has applied to o The School of Prophetic A Arts program at Christ Church Kirkland. We would w apprecciate it if you would w supply the informatio on requested on this form in order to aid a us in evalu uating the app plicantÊs suitab bility to work w with us. The applicant can nnot be considered d until all refe erence forms are a received; therefore youur speedy com mpletion of thiss form would be very much h appreciated. Please be as a honest and forthright as possible. Your evaluation is very important to us. This re eference will be b kept in stricct confidence.. Thank you for your assisstance.

    ApplicantÊs name (Please prrint) Name of reference (Please prrint) City

Sate

Zip

Email

Church na ame Position

Phone

Signature

Date

Please retu urn all four pa ages of this fo orm. You may y send a letterr of reference to share any additional informatio on that might be b beneficial. Please sen nd to: The School of Proph hetic Arts Atte ention: Marcy y Willis t St. 11725 NE 118th Kirkland, WA 98034 425.820.2900

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Please print all items: How long have you kno own the appliicant? How long has the applicant attended d your church? How well do you know w him/her?:

 Very Well W

 Fairly Well

 Casually

 BBy name/sighht

What leve el of commitment have you seen exempliified?

 Faithful

 Incconsistent

 Other__ ______________________

Evaluation n of the appliccantÊs emotion nal maturity (ccheck one)

 Outsta andingly matu ure. Proven his/her ability to respond u nder stress an nd pressure  More mature than average a  Adequate emotiona al stability and d maturity  Doubttful. Applican nt has shown inability to en ndure stress  Appliccant has frequ uently demonsstrated inability to respond to confrontattion, stress, prressure and iss erraticc in action or attitude, or ha as demonstrated instabilityy in other wayys Comment::

Has the applicant prove en on any occcasion to be unreliable, u disshonest, or of questionable e character??

 Yes

 No

Comment::

Has the applicant been n arrested for any offense th hat you know of?

 Yes

 No

Comment::

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Evaluation n of applicanttÊs spiritual ma aturity Does the applicant a havve a genuine heart h for the th hings of God??

 Yes

 No

Comment::

Does the applicant a havve a consistentt love relationship with the Lord and a p passion for Him m and His Word and d Ways?

 Yes

 No

Comment::

Does the applicant a has a servantÊs heart?

 Yes

 No

Comment::

Does the applicant a havve a teachable e spirit?

 Yes

 No

Comment::

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Do you be elieve the app plicant has a heart h of submission to autho ority?

 Yes

 No

Comment::

Does the applicant a seem m to work we ell in teams?

 Yes

 No

Comment::

Does the applicant a havve friends and get along we ell with otherss?

 Yes

 No

Why or why w not:

Please sha are in your ow wn words how w you see the applicantÊs g iftings and skkills:

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Confiddential Reference Ref Form F To the Applicant: This form is to be filled out by a friend, emplloyer, or teacher and maile ed directly to the Schoo ol of Prophetic Arts. This form should nott be filled out by a family m member. To the Refference: Each h applicant must submit reccommendationns. Serious co onsideration w will be given tto your comm ments; therefo ore, we ask that you comple ete this form ccarefully and return it directly to the Scho ool of Prophetic Arts. Your co omments will be b held in con nfidence. Anyy additional ccomments can n be added on a separate piece p of pape er. ApplicantÊs name (Please prrint) Name of reference (Please prrint) City

Sate

Zip

Email

Church na ame Position in n church

Phone

Signature

Date

How long have you kno own the appliicant? ___________ Do you co onsider your relationship to o be:

 Close

 Acquaintance

Explain:

Relationsh hip to applicant?

Your opinion of applica antÊs relationsship to the Lord

Please sha are what charracter strength hs and weaknesses you seee

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What giftiings do you se ee in this app plicant?

Does the applicant a havve any relation nal, spiritual or o emotional i ssues that couuld hinder him m/her from fittting into a fairly intensive prrogram?

Would yo ou recommend d this applican nt for accepta ance to the Sc hool of Proph hetic Arts?

 Yes, unnreservedly

 Yes, hesitantly h

 Not at tthis time

Commentss:

Please sen nd to: The School of Proph hetic Arts c/o Marcy M Willis 11725 5 NE 118th Stt. Kirklan nd, WA 9803 34 425.820.2900

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Application for the School of the Prophetic Arts

Application for f the Scchool of the Prop phetic Artts    

 

The School S of Prophetic P c Arts Com mmitmentt Form   pply to be a stu udent of Christt Church Kirklaand’s School off Prophetic Artts.   I wish to ap   e entire applicaation and unde erstand the genneral vision and heart of this program.  I alsso  General:  I have read the d this is not jusst a school that gives classes,, but an entire  1‐2 year  understand program w where I will be ttrained in a de eeper walk with h the Lord, releeased in a greaater way in thee supernatural,,  be disciple ed through my teachers and m mentors and re eceive intensivve prophetic trraining in my sp pecific track  (Dance, Worship & Musicc, Drama, Writting, or Visual A Arts realize thi s is not a part‐‐time school (though in‐class  week!  hours are TTuesday through Friday 7:45AM‐ 12:00PM)).  The school i s full time every day of the w   hours are just tthe beginning o of my learning experience.  TThe other hourrs consist of ho ome‐work,  The class h attend servvices, service o on ministry teaams, soaking, p prayer times, m major giving of self to personal devotion,  living the K Kingdom lifestyyle in an honorrable way at work, etc.  SPA iis not for the faaint of heart or lazy, it is an  extremely fast paced lifestyle of “takingg back the Artss” for the King  and His Kingdom!    er in heart and spirit to the oother students at the school rregardless theiir  I am of a part of a team, joined togethe ages, participating in extra practices for special eventts, presentatio ns, and outreaaches that arisee.  I will give  oleheartedly to o CCK while atttending the Scchool of Propheetic Arts, be teeachable, correectable, and  myself who given to th he purposes of God at the higghest level, und derstanding I aam representin ng the Lord and d leadership  under the church and sch hool.    will be revoked d and tuition not  If for any reason I don’t ggive my heart in all these areas, admission tto the school w er 1st.   refunded aafter Decembe     Applicant’ss name  (Signature)   

       

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Teachhers Prof ofile  Ballet Instructor: Jennifeer Pineda R Academy of Dance Insstructor and trrained at the R Royal Academ my of Dance in Houston, TX— —Jen has been n Certified Royal the ongoin ng Director of Ballet and Dance at Christ Church C Acadeemy’s School o of Performing Arts and Christ Church Kirkland. Jen has danceed and choreo ographed for over o 19 yearss and carries a prophetic an nointing of exccellence, she also seeks to bring the atmosphere a of heaven to earrth in all her d dances and prroductions. Sh he seeks to be a “demonstrration of the will w of God here on earth by revealing the movement of heaven throug gh dance, thereby releasing g healing an nd freedom for all who see.”” nstructor: Jerba arco Arnold Modern In  Jerbarco trained at the Atlanta Balle et Center for Dance D Educatiion. He receiived six yearss of training under Patdro under of One Production co ompany wherre he was trai ned in jazz, h hip-hop, lyrica al, modern, A African, praise e Harris, fou and worsh hip. As Jerba arco matured, so did his lovve and passio on for dance a and he began n to train in mo odern and contemporary dance with w Moving in the Spirit com mpany. He iss currently thee Artistic Direcctor, Choreographer, and f FREEDOM M Dance Minisstry of Christ Church C Kirkla nd with Jen Pineda. Instructor for

 Drama Instructor: Mary y Staab or many year doing d anythinng from short vignettes to fu ull dramatic productions Mary hass led CCKÊs drama team fo and plays. Mary is one e of the most anointed writters, directors and produceers of the dram matic arts we have ever seen, whille being extre emely humble and a motherr of young ch ildren. Mary is a graduate of Northwest University with her Associatee of Arts in G General studie es along with a Bachelor of o Arts from the Christian Life School off Theology.

 Drama Instructor: Todd d Sitting h theater since e the age of 1 3. He has peerformed in numerous playys and Todd has been heavily involved with ol and community theaters. Todd also co ompeted with his high scho ool impov team m for two musicals through schoo years, as well as, perfo orming with th he nationally renound r voca l jazz ensemb ble „Celebratiion!‰ at Bellevvue College. N University where e he received his BachelorÊs Degree in C Communicatio on. Todd is a graduate of Northwest a Baker Drama Insstructor: Mara Mara is a trained actorr and vocalist. She has gained much exxperience thro ough performing in multiple e plays and a well as writting and direccting various vignettes. v Shee has been a vital participa ant of CCKÊs drama musicals as departmen nt for the last six years; perrforming and aiding in crea ative insight to o many short and full lengtth production ns. She is a member m of Ch hrist Church KirklandÊs K Thea ater Companyy as an actor and director. She graduated d with her Asssociate Degree in Propheticc Drama in 20 010 from the School of Pro ophetic Arts.

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Writing In nstructor: Kath hy Gilbert Kathy Gilb bert has a B.A A. in Speech Communicatio C ons from Rideer University, a an M.A. in Sp peech Commu unications from Colo orado State Un niversity and has h completed d one year off doctoral stud dies in Speech h Communica ation from the University of Washingto on. She taught public spea aking and inteerpersonal co ommunicationss classes at the University ngton and hass been teachin ng logic, Latin n and rhetoricc for the past eeight years att Christ Churcch Academy in n of Washin Kirkland, Washington. W She has pressented commu unication reseearch at the In nternational C Communication n Association in Berlin, Germany, G wo orked professionally as a writer/editor w a and has taught workshops o on writing for both studentss and adultss. Her passio on is to help trrain people to o hear what G God is saying and express iit in ways that release hope e and create e His reality on o earth just as a it is in heavven. Kathy is a master teaccher at this. Music Insttructor: Pastor Eric Trout Eric Troutt has been sen nior Worship Leader at Christ Church Kiirkland for sevveral years. IIn the spring o of 2006, the Holy Spirit began to invvade Christ Church C Kirkland in a powerrful way throug gh worship. He has depossited in us a level of ex xpectation for His presence e, holiness, an nd His propheetic direction like we have n never known. Band rehearsalss have become a session in n practicing His H presence. We are learn ning to be folllowers; follow wing the Holy Spirit as th he great Worrship Leader in n glorifying Je esus. The son g of the Lord is being relea ased through the singer; healing through prophe etic drums and d percussion that t displacess disease; min nds and heartss being restorred as we learn to tu urn control of our o instruments over to God dÊs prophetic intent. It is th he journey of releasing art that glorifies God and brings heaven n to earth. Th he sound of he eaven is overttaking this pieece of earth in n the Pacific N Northwest A are a changing. The impossible is now po ossible. Unbe elief and fea ar are being overtaken region. Atmospheres

by courageous faith.

 Fine Arts Instructor: Ko oa Kohler er has had tra aining at the University U of Washington W a s a student off Interdisciplin nary Visual Arrts. He went Koa Kohle on to the Art A Institute off Seattle, where he obtained an Associatte of Applied Arts degree iin Graphic De esign. Koa has applie ed what bega an as a passio on for explorin ng various dra awing and pa ainting techniq ques to all tha at God has called him m to as both a teacher and artists over the last several years.   Videograp phy Instructor:: Dan Hamann Dan spent 18 years serving full time in a wide variety of ministtry roles from youth pastor,, to church pla anter. As well, he sp pent four yearrs birthing and d growing an n inner-city minnistry called U Urban Progresss, and helped d to launch a church pla anting movem ment in the Dom minican Republic. For the pa ast three yearss, Dan has givven himself to launching DH HMEDIA PRO ODUCTIONS, which focusess on using new techn nology to grow w the church and a non-profits through ma arketing, web design, branding and vide eo. Dan graduated from Se eattle Pacific University. U Da an and his wiife, Kelli, resid de in the Seatttle area with their four children and a attend Christ Church Kiirkland. 

 

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Dancce Depaartmentt

(Jennifer Pin neda)

Vision sta atement: We seek to t instill in the e students a biiblical worldvview of the artts, dance in p particular. We e will train an nd equip the students to o bring honor and glory to the Lord as th hey demonstra ate His origina al intent and purpose for d dance. This will be accomplished by b understanding what the Word W of God d says regardiing dance as well as increa asing their capacity to hear and se hem here on e ee what the movements m are e in heaven annd replicate th earth. As Go odÊs original intent and d purpose for dance d is demonstrated, we e expect to exxperience the LordÊs tangiblle manifest prresence and everything g that His pressence brings ă salvation, re estoration, red demption, hea aling (physica al, mental and d emotional), signs, won nders and mirracles. Objective es:  Th he students will be able to understand what w propheticc dance is·itss preparation (practical and spiritual), ex xecution and expectations.

In n the spiritual preparation fo or the prophe etic dance, thee students willl understand tthe creative process of he earing the Lorrd on every de etail of the da ance that He w wants perform med. This mea ans the theme e of the dance e, th he music, the particular p movvements and choreography c y for the dancce.

Th hroughout the e year the stud dents will be able a to increasse their abilityy to hear the LLord and see the movements m of heaven h as the ey grow in the eir level of intiimacy with Go od, develop ccharacter and Christlikeness to o a greater de egree, understtand and dem monstrate true sonship on a daily basis in n every aspecct of their livves, live a life estyle of worsh hip, cultivate a lifestyle of p prayer and inttercession, exxperience and demonstrate livving in covena ant community y and true disscipleship.

As A the student prepares and executes the prophetic da ance she will b be able to exp perience how God releasess re evelation, hea aling, restoration, deliverance and everytthing He has purposed to d do through tha at dance.

Fo or the practica al preparation n of the proph hetic dance, sstudents will be divided into o two groups (Beginner and d In ntermediate Fo oundation) according to the eir dance exp perience and a ability.

Th he students will be able to learn safety and a injury prevvention in dance.

ography and at the Interme Th he students will be able to learn foundations or choreo ediate Founda ation level th hey will be ab ble to apply these foundatio ons as they chhoreograph their own prophetic dances later on in the e accademic yearr. Th he students will be able to understand an nd demonstra ate proper bod dy mechanicss for the classiical ballet te echnique at the above menttioned levels. This will trainn the studentss in correct po osture, weight placement, co ontrol, spatial awareness, coordination c of o the whole b body, accuratte alignment, ability to show w line th hrough the body, leg extenssions, articula ated footwork,, dynamic values, use of elevation with ccontrolled la andings, suspe ension, use off gravity, conttrolled ending gs, correct timiing and rhythm, responsive eness to music, m expression, communication, interp pretation and p projection.

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By y the end of the third quartter, the studen nts at the Begi nners level w will be able to demonstrate tthe Grade 4 Ro oyal Academy y of Dance Sy yllabus·barre e, center and free movemeent set exercises as well as the classical da ance study.

By y the end of the third quartter, the studen nts at the Inter mediate Foun ndation level w will be able to o demonstrate e th he Intermediatte Foundation Royal Acade emy of Dance Syllabus barrre and center set exercises as well as the e classical dance e study.

Th he students will be able to use the classiccal ballet techhnique as a fo oundation for executing the e prophetic da ance in other dance genress such as lyriccal, contempo orary and mod dern which w will be used in the ch horeographed d pieces throu ughout the yea ar.

   

 

 

 

      

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Dancce Depaartmentt (

Jerbarco Arnold) A

Vision Sta atement: We will demonstrate an nd teach King gdom principle es and techni ques as it perrtains to worship and minisstering through h dance. We W will focus on o the heart of o worship, wh hat it truly meeans to be a w worshipper an nd clearly diffe erentiate between worship w and performance. p We will give e the students keys on how to investigate e heaven, hea ar the sounds and begin n to visualize moves that arre being dancce in the heavvenly realm. A As worshippers, we will bre eak the barrier be etween heaven n and earth and begin to bring b heaven tto earth throu gh the arts. IIt will produce e a different sound and d different mo ovement that th his world canÊt compare to anything elsee. We will ta ake the movem ment of the Kingdom and present th hem to the wo orld and contiinue to reclaim m the arena o of the arts thatt the enemy se eeks to have control ovver. In all thatt we do for the e Kingdom, we w want to do o it with excelllence, bringin ng glory alone e to Father God. Objectives:  Th he students will learn how to t express the emselves in theese dance forrms: Hip-Hop,, Tap and Afriican.  Th he students will be taught how h to take ca are of their bo ody with stretcching, exercisse and properr eating ha abits.  Th he students will take the ba asics of ballet and learn how w to implemeent the basics into the other dance forms mentioned m abo ove.  Th he beginner class c will learn n how to dancce from a King gdom perspecctive and exp press through hip-hop the breaking of stro ongholds spirritually.  Th he beginner class c will also be introduced d to the basic s of tap in ord der to conveyy through soun nd, the rh hythms being produced in heaven. h  Th he intermediate class will continue to gain more undeerstanding and d revelation o on what it reallly means to da ance prophetically for war and worship, to demonstra ate Gods purpose in move ement, sound a and rhythm.  Th he intermediate class will also a be introdu uced to Africa an along with tap and hip-h hop, finally, ccombining all th hree dance forrms into one piece p to expre ess a story thrrough dance.  Bo oth levels will implement an nd rehearse what w they havee been taught by presentin ng a choreogrraphed piece th hat will be eva aluated before e the class and others.  Th he students will learn when and how to lead l propheti c worship thro ough dance in their own church or worship w venue.  Th he students will take what they t have learrned from the academic cla asses and com mbine them w with their practical classe es and make what w they havve learned co me to life thro ough moveme ent. Romans 8:15 „For you have not rece eived a spirit of slavery lea ading to fear a again, but you have receivved a spirit of adoption as sons by wh hich we cry out, „Abby! Fa ather!‰ (NAS.)) As we seek first His Kingdom and His plan, we will not allow fear to keep us u from receivving and walkking fully into the call and d destiny of our lives as it pertains to true, pure worsship as unto th he Lord.

         

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Dram ma Deppartmentt

(Mary Staa ab, Todd Sittig g and Mara B Baker)

Vision stattement: Drama is a tool given to o us by God Himself to rela ay His truth, H His way and H His life. How do we take d drama back ngdom of God d? What doess the drama of o heaven lookk like? How d do we bring it to earth? In the School of for the Kin Prophetic Arts, the dram ma departmen nt will train tow ward this goa al. We must th hink GodÊs tho oughts and se ee what He n pull that dow wn from heave en to earth. This will be acccomplished b by increasing o our intimacy w with the Lord, sees. Then gaining His H heart for His Kingdom to o come throug gh drama, beccoming deepeer listeners, and honing ou ur skills in the dramatic arts. a Objectives

Th he students will increase in their sonship to the Lord a nd to their loccal pastor by hearing the W Word of the Lo ord and puttin ng it into dram matic form.

Th he first year sttudents will fo ocus on physiccality, vocalizzation and cha aracterization n.

Th he second yea ar will include e the above and a greater emphasis on receiving reve elation concerning drama and executing what they see e and hear.

Th he students will experience multiple oppo ortunities to p practice and p perform short d drama piecess.

Th he students will perform at CCK, local ch hurches and sschools, accorrding to skill level.

Th he students will assist and participate p in a variety of a aspects within CCKÊs theatrre company

Th he first year sttudents will fo ocus on physiccality, vocalizzation and cha aracterization n.

Th he second yea ar will include e the above and a greater emphasis on receiving reve elation concerning drama and executing what they see e and hear.

ove⁄‰ and Colossians 3:1&2 „seek those thingss that are abo m and keep them set on o what is abo ove‰ „set your minds e (true) purpose p in deemonstrating „„the Word be ecoming flesh..‰ Knowing Drama finds its deeper,, higher and eternal that Christt came to seek and save that which was lost, we, the staff and stud dents of the Scchool of Proph hetic Arts, purpose to o grab hold of o the arena off drama and restore r it backk to Father. In n our lives, in our fields of influence and in our calllings, we seekk to fulfill the original o mand date set by Go od to take dom ally drama. minion in the arts, specifica

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Writiing Deppartmennt

(Kathy Gilbert)

Vision Sta atement: By relying g on the Holy Spirit to hear the relevant word w of God, students in „W Writing with LLight‰ learn to o use the power inh herent in word ds to creatively y release that revelation. TThrough writin ng, students co onvey the sou und of the Kingdom and ChristÊs covenantal c wa ays accurately y, releasing ho ope, healing, and purpose e into a culture e steeped in a secular hu umanism. Stu udents write sttories that reveeal Father Go od and His lovve for His chilldren, articles relativity and that demo olish argumentts and vain im maginations, narratives n thatt define values and biblical standards, a and spoken words that reflect beauty and release e hearts. s to bring honor to the t Lord by co ommunicating g propheticallyy through writting. This willl be We train students accomplisshed by underrstanding wha at the Word of o God says a bout speck an nd the qualitie es demonstratted when Jesus spokke. Our goal is to bring the e light of Chriist and His truuth to a culturee cynical of th he „Christian rhetoric‰ which hass most often misrepresented m d the ways of the Kingdom.. Objectives: We will me eet two times pe er week, two and a half hourss each class. TThis will allow sstudents to: 

Fo ocus on the philosophy of writting as a Christtian.

Discuss the relatiionship betwee en prophetic wo ords and reform mation.

Gain G a clear und derstanding of why we need prophetic p writerrs at this time in n history.

Develop originall pieces of writiing in all the ge enres included· ·fiction, creative non-fiction a and spoken wo ord.

Re ead examples of o published cre eative writing, as we as, exam mples of studen nt works.

Re espond to assig gnments that cla assmates have written throughh writerÊs worksshops, participa ating in careful critical

Gain G skills in cha aracter develop pment, pacing, voice, setting a and plot for writing fiction. Understand principles of

an nalyses of othersÊ work. Stude ents also tae the feedback theey receive and g gain skill in the e rewriting proccess. arrgumentation, style s and grace e for non-fiction. 

Le earn how to devvelop writing frrom an idea intto a polished fi nal draft.

Re eview the basiccs of grammar and a compositio on.

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Worsh ship Dep epartmennt 

(Eric Trout)

Vision sta atement: Matt. 22 calls c the loverrs of God to worship w Him with w total abanndon, with heearts unleashe ed, holding no othing back. Through th his response to Him we find d ourselves acccepting the innvitation to „C Come up here e‰ (Rev. 4) and see the worship ta aking place in n heaven. On nce we begin to see the he avenly worship it becomess our desire to o mirror or replicate the t worship of heaven here e on earth. Objectives:  Worship W Leading ă it is not our o goal to prroduce worsh ip „leaders‰ iin the typical sense. Manyy are capable off leading song gs or a band, but our goal is train worshhip followers ă those who learn how to ffollow the le eadership of th he Holy Spiritt (Jn. 16) as He H directs and d orchestrates both our perssonal and corrporate worship. w  Also includ ded: 1) prereq quisites of a worship w leaderr; 2) preparin ng a worship ssong list; 3) le eading the congregatiion/small group. ound ă from the beginning of time and space s (Gen. 1 1, Jn. 1) sound d has played a powerful ro ole in GodÊs  So plan for manife esting His King gdom. Sound d creates; it ca an also destro oy.  So ongwriting ă students s will gain g a solid fo oundation in w writing songs.. As we estab blish a good ffoundation, sttudents will wrrite songs and d present them m at various ti mes througho out the year.  In ntimacy ă worship means to o kiss⁄as God continues to o release the power of this current move ement of His Prresence, we must m learn to relate r to God in a very intim mate way. Th his intimacy iss developed in n our persona al liffe with Him, but b the overflo ow of this intim mate expressio on is often ve ry public.  Ba and 101/201/301 ă „bon ne-head‰ band or „band fo or dummies‰ iis the essence e of this section. We will tra ain in the bassic dynamics of o how to lead d a band; be a musician in n a band; ban nd etiquette.  Th he Life of Davvid ă a study in the life of th he one „after G GodÊs own heeart.‰  The Fear of o the Lord ă th he love of God d and the fea ar of the Lord. John Bevere: „God only ccomes where He is reverenced‰ (Lev. 10).    Course go oals:   Th he goal of thiss course is to train worship leaders to beecome Spirit-leed, prophetic worshippers..   Th his course aim ms to train the students to un nderstand tha at worship is a lifestyle, not merely wh hat we ex xperience thro ough song expression.   Th his course aim ms to equip the e students witth skills and p rinciples that will see them return to the eir home ch hurch/commu unity with the necessary hea art, experiencce, and relatio onship with Jesus to release what th hey have learn ned.

 

 

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Finne Artts Deppartmeent

(Koa K Kohler)

Vision Sta atement: As prophe etic fine artistss, our mission is to translate e the heart of the Lord from m the mindÊs eyye to a tangib ble work that can be seen and felt by y others. We see what the Holy Spirit shhows us and m make the esse ence of His words known through viisually stimula ating art. Ourr hands are no ot our own, b ut tools used by Him to min nister, heal, in nspire and create as He sees fit. We W strive with h all His streng gth for a levell of excellencee previously u unseen·to bring a new level of glory and hono or to Father by y unlocking the next dimenssion of prophetic fine art. Objectives:  Th he students will be able to understand what w propheticc art is ă its prreparation, exxecution and e expectations bo oth in prophe etic worship pa ainting and pre-thought-out p t compositionss.

Th he students, sttarting with Be ezalel in Exod dus, will deveelop a Biblicall Worldview ffoundation of all art.

Having their skketchbooks with them at all times, the stuudents will gaiin an understa anding of how w to rein nterpret the wo orld on a 2D surface by co onstantly draw wing the world d around them m. They will h have a firm grasp on Basicc Drawing with knowledge of techniquess using graphite, charcoal, and chalk.

Th he students will be taught Portraiture, P Fig gure Drawing,, Color and D Design Theoryy, Acrylic, Gouache, Watercolor, W an nd Mixed Med dia.

      Sch hool of Prophetic Arts | 11725 NE N 118th Street, Kirkland, K WA 98034 | 425.820..2900 | spa@ccckirkland.org 

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Vide deograph phy Departm De ment

(Dan H Hamann)

Vision Sta atement: This class will cover the e basics in vid deography, bo oth shooting g great video an nd post produ uction. Our p primary focus will be po ost production using Final Cut C Express. You Y will learn how to tell a story with vid deo, how to light and shoot a video, and a how to usse the best post production software in thhe business to o edit and pro oduce your vid deo. This will be your ch hance to direcct, edit, and produce p your video masterp piece. Objectives:   How to shoot good g video   In ndoor and outtdoor lighting   Audio A for video o   How to use Fin nal Cut Expresss:  The canvas and the timelin ne  Titles and tran nsitions  The difference e between clip and media files  Tips and trickks to know in Final Cut  Compositing  Freeze frames  Filters and efffects  Voiceovers  Markers and sub clips  The tool palettte  Color Correction  Exporting you ur video Required Materials: M   Mac M laptop   OSX O Snow Leo opard   Fiinal Cut Expre ess   Good G video ca amera   Vimeo accountt (free) The total expense 00 (not includ e for all the requirem ments would be b around $20 ding the mac laptop.)  

      Sch hool of Prophetic Arts | 11725 NE N 118th Street, Kirkland, K WA 98034 | 425.820..2900 | spa@ccckirkland.org 

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Adddendum m School of Prophetic Artts Dance Track Class Attire: Jennifer Piineda Class Black Leottard- Any mod derate style (sleeveless, cam mi, long sleevees, cap sleevees, or short) Black tights- Any style (C Capri, footlesss, transition, or o footed) Pink and Black B Ballet Shoes Black or Pink P Ballet skirrt

Jerbarco Arnold A Class Black Leottard- Any mod derate style (sleeveless, cam mi, long sleevees, cap sleevees, or short) Black, Wh hite, Or Red Dance D Top- (sh hrug, sweaterr, shirt) Any style black jazz shoes Any style black tap sho oes Black dance bottoms an ny style (jazz pants, black cargo pants ffor guys only, no skirts)

You can also a find these e things on the e internet at: www.disccountdance.co om www.dancewearsolutio ons.com

For ALL pe erformances, costumes musst be approved by Jen and/ /or Jerbarco. You may also a be asked d to purchase a camisole undergarment for your costuumes.  

   

                     

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Art Supp S ply L Lisst BOOK o the Right Side S of the Bra ain by Betty Ed dwards* Drawing on PAPER/CA ANVAS Sketchboo ok - at least 8..5" x 11" (pla an to sketch evvery day)* Unlined Blank Paper (Printer Paper works w fine) - 100 sheets, 8.5 5" x 11"* Bristol Pad d - 9" x 12" Newsprint Pad - at leasst 18" x 24"* Illustration n Board - Cold d Press, at least one 20" x 30" or largerr Canvas - either e tradition nal stretched canvas c or can nvas board, o one around 8"" x 10", one a around 20" x 30" Charcoal Paper - pad or o at least 3 la arge sheets* DRAWING G MATERIALS S Graphite Pencils - 2H, HB, H 2B, 4B, 6B* 6 Charcoal - 4 sticks* Conte Cra ayon - 2 Blackk, 2 Sanguine e, 2 White* Conte Cra ayon - Portraitt set of 12 Prismacolo or Art Pencils - individual assorted a colorss or Box of 12 2 Oil Pastelss - basic set Pigma Miccron or Staed dler Pigment Liiner Pens - at least sizes 01 , 03, 05 Kneadable Eraser* Mars Plastic Eraser* Pencil Sha arpener* PAINTING G MATERIALS Acrylic Pa aint - Yellow, Ultramarine, U Red, R Green, Orange, O Violeet, White Gouache Paint - Yellow w, Red, Green, Orange, Utrramarine, Whhite Brushes - at a least one fine-tipped round, one medium sized flat,, one large fla at, one fan Plastic Pallete - 2 Frisket Film m (optional) Empty jar,, tupperware, butter tub, ettc. for water An old shiirt, towel or ra ag Blow-dryer (optional) GENERALL SUPPLIES Drawing Board B - around 24" x 36"* * 18" Metal Ruler* Portfolio Case C - around 30" x 40"* Storage Box - (large fishing tackle bo ox or RubberM Maid works g reat) for supp plies* Masking Tape* T

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Sharpie Pe ermanent Marker - at least one Fine poin nt and one Ul tra-Fine Point *Items ma arked with an asterisk are required r for th he first phase of instruction.. Items without an asterisk m may be purchased d later if you wish. w *Estimated d Cost of Firstt Phase: $135 5 - $230 (pricces can vary g greatly depen nding on brand, item style a and where you shop) Estimated Total Cost: $295 - $510 (prices can va pending on b ary greatly dep brand, item styyle and where e you shop) NOTE: Th his is just a sta arting point for supplies. Sttudents will m ost likely need d to replenish h certain itemss, depending on their ussage. Canvass, Illustration Board, B and Ch harcoal Paperr will definitelly need replen nishing, but siizes, etc. will be left to the t student's discretion d afte er initial supply y for instructio on is used. Need to know k where to o shop? Apart from m your local art a supply store, DickBlick.ccom has a greeat selection o of supplies.

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      Sch hool of Prophetic Arts | 11725 NE N 118th Street, Kirkland, K WA 98034 | 425.820..2900 | spa@ccckirkland.org 

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Application for the School of the Prophetic Arts

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      Sch hool of Prophetic Arts | 11725 NE N 118th Street, Kirkland, K WA 98034 | 425.820..2900 | spa@ccckirkland.org 

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Application for the School of the Prophetic Arts

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