Piano (private lessons)
Musical Theater, Percussion (private lessons)
David earned a degree in Music Education from the University of Texas in 1975. He has been involved in performing arts (focusing in percussion) since the age of four, and his love of the arts has brought him many different teaching and ministry positions. He has been a private percussion instructor, assistant band director, youth minister, and assistant pastor. David and his wife, Barbara, founded Harmony School of Creative Arts in Marble Falls in 1999. He has also worked for Faith Academy, Marble Falls ISD, and First Baptist Church in various creative and teaching positions. David’s joy is teaching students to use their God-given talents to praise and honor Him.
Lyrical Praise 2 & 3
Tenisha Graham has a bachelor’s degree in Human Sciences and Family Studies from Texas Tech University. She taught at a pre-professional school called Ballet Lubbock for five years and opened her own dance company at the age of 20. Her choreography has won many awards on both the State and National level. She is proficient in many styles of dance and has taught for 19 years. Tenisha is passionate about teaching her students how to use their gifts for God and be the best that they can be. She takes pride in the connection she has with each student as well as the ability to view them all as individuals versus taking a mainstream approach. She is passionate about the the arts and guiding children to learn to praise God with their individual gifts.
Drama 2, Theater, Creative Writing/Publishing
Julien Jamar was a teacher for 6 years before she had her first child. She taught Elementary Drama at Faith Academy and her favorite play directed to date was Peter Pan. In addition to drama she taught High School English, Speech, Business and Communications, Geography, World History, Nutrition and Health. She is currently homeschooling her five children and is the author of the recently published epic fantasy, The Namarielle.
Mixed Media Art 1 & 2, Mommy and Me Art
Mara Johnson is a mother of three boys and self taught artist in mixed media design. She started teaching classes to children when her middle son expressed interest in art himself. She holds a BA degree in business administration from St. Edward’s University, but creativity has always fueled her passions. Today she teaches a local homeschool art class, conducts private lessons, and arranges mini art retreats for adults. She also volunteers her art skills to the community by helping challenged adults and children, and has worked with non-profits such as the Hill Country Humane Society. She believes that everyone has the innate ability to create and hopes to foster a connection between art, person, and God.
Kenneth grew up near the Texas coast, but has lived all over the state. He is glad to now call the Hill Country home. He began his learning journey with the guitar while in Seminary – and continues to enjoy playing and teaching others to play as well. He loves to see his students ‘get it’ and believes that anyone can learn to play. Kenneth is married to Joy and they are proud parents of Sam, Abby, & Hannah. In addition to playing guitar, he enjoys sailing and kayaking any chance he gets.
Lyrical Praise 1, Hip-Hop 1 & 2
Stefany has loved to dance her whole life, having grown-up in a home that encouraged freedom of expression in whatever form spoke most to you. She has enjoyed finding something that allows her to speak to God in a way that feels direct and personal, having had a tough journey to get to this point. She has been blessed to learn from incredible dance mentors and found her passion in wanting to do more with dance when she studied at Texas A&M to get her B.S. in Meteorology and happened to stumble upon the opportunity to join ‘Fade to Black’, a community service Hip-Hop group that performs by request all over College Station as well as volunteers for community events to help serve and connect with the people of Bryan/College Station. Stefany loves how dance allows a person to express themselves freely when words sometimes seem to fail us. She is so excited to be a part of Reclaim Arts this year and can hardly wait to meet her students who are seeking to build a relationship with our Lord.
School of Worship, Beginning Guitar, Beginning Percussion
Teach private school – 3 years
Teaching One Day – since 2005
Leading worship – since 1990
Elementary Choir, Chorale, Music Theory/Sight Singing, Vocal & Acting (Private Lessons)
Sarah Spillman holds degrees in Vocal Performance and Music Education from The University of Texas, and a degree in Worship Studies from Liberty University Baptist Theological Seminary. Her 28 year teaching career has included independent music academies, public, and private schools. She has been a private vocal coach for 17 years. In addition to having performed with the Austrian-American Mozart Academy, the Austin Lyric Opera Chorus and the Austin Chamber Consort, Sarah frequently performs with and directs for the Fredericksburg Theatre Company. She has served on and led worship teams since the age of 16. It is her desire to equip young people to use their God-given gifts to bring Him glory.
Online Essentials, Graphic Design, Video Production
Bubba is married to his loving wife, Anna, and they are raising 3 beautiful children: Caleb, Naomi, and Levi.
Dorey & Amy Stubblefield
Musical Theater, Private Lessons (Guitar, Saxophone, Music Theory)
Dorey and Amy have been married and in ministry together for 17 years. Both graduated from East Texas Baptist University, Dorey with a degree in all-level music education and Amy with a degree in elementary education. Dorey has spent his years in worship ministry, leading traditional and contemporary worship, conducting choirs and orchestras, directing musicals, and teaching on worship, among other things. Amy has assisted him in worship ministry and has also served as a children’s minister and elementary school teacher. They are Daddy and Mama to SIX children that keep them on their toes. Dorey and Amy began dreaming about a school for the arts almost two decades ago, and have watched with excitement as God has opened the doors for that dream to become a reality. They look forward to seeing how our Creator will use this opportunity for students and teachers to glorify Him with their talent and creativity.