Artistry is Ministry (AIM) strongly believes that life is a stage, where children learn how to perform. AIM started out as a solo performance platform but the founder, Alicia Thompson, wanted to help young people find and shine their inner light for a greater purpose and ultimately self-improvement.
AIM uses theatrical experiences that fosters creative thinking skills, develop leadership skills, build self-confidence, and teach teamwork in a supportive environment. Why theatre? Theatre is a powerful tool that can be used to raise awareness on any issue. It can effect change and have a lasting impact on the community.
We strongly believe in building confident youth into strong adults using theatre. Through workshops, productions and our initiatives, we want to nurture creative aspirations to help young people grow and develop essentials life skills through performing arts.
We believe performing arts is essential to:
Foster a sense of inclusion & camaraderie
Create pride and a sense of accomplishment
Build self-esteem *Team work and collaboration
Enhance social and emotional skills