Take a night off and hang out with über creative folks that all work in and around the church. From the visual, technical and musical arts, connect with those who understand the tyranny of Sunday. Learn best practices, swap stories, and better your craft.
Free food and drink with a surprise special guest.
Space is limited. Refresh your creativity and join us!
Looking to go to the Fellowship Church C3 Conference? Why not go for Free! All you have to do is register below for the Clark Newsletter, and bam your entered to win two tickets to the C3 Conference in Dallas, February 13-15, 2013.
Enter before January 22nd and winners will be selected January 23rd.
Over the last couple of years Clark has expanded its strategic services to take what we’ve learned from churches across the country and apply that wealth of knowledge in the context of each unique church we’ve had the privilege with which to work.
Most recently, we’ve been helping churches navigate the challenge of making their spaces more purposeful than just Sunday services. We are working with many clients who are embracing the vision of design and building facilities that primarily meet the needs of the community followed by Sunday services.
Today, the New York Times published an article featuring Clark and one of its confounders (Houston Clark), the work Clark is doing, and the many churches around the country who are finding success in becoming missional with their buildings.
Good friend of the firm Blaine Hogan launched a new site this week. Head over to blainehogan.com to check out his new site and be sure to subscribe to his newsletter for a fee chapter of Untitled: Thoughts on the Creative Process.
Clark and the Creative Collective just released a new resource for all you creative church staffers. Mode is the first video resource app for creative leaders. Publishing interviews and talks from professionals in various creative disciplines, Mode brings fresh inspiration to your tablet or mobile device. Watch all the videos while connected to the internet or download mp3s for offline listening. Best of all Mode is completely free!
Here is a few of the practitioners that share their thoughts in the Mode App:
If you are an After Effects junkie you be pleased to hear this. Andrew Kramer at Video Co-Piolt the genius behind the Fringe TV show opener has announced another awesome plug-in for Adobe After Effects. Element 3D is an object based plug-in for Adobe After effects that allows you to easily extrude and create 3d objects within After Effects. If you think this might be vaporware think again. Video Copilot will be releasing this new plug-in July 10th.