There’s a dance 
going on right now.


It’s been going on for a long time, the steps passed down from generation to generation. The dancers weave in and out of mystery, animated by questions of faith, giving bodily shape to things unseen. In this work being done by living artists, and in the conversation of the community that supports them, the dance goes on. Every so often, the dancers extend a hand to include another person.

Perhaps that’s you.

Image is one of the few venues for artists and arts participants who are serious about the nexus of art, mystery, and faith.

We host the conversation.
We nurture the artists.
We invite the world.

Take a look around this page, and see who else is supporting Image, and why.

The dance is happening. Will you join it?

“I can't imagine a landscape in which the space Image provides for artists doesn't exist.”

—Derrick Austin, poet

“Image is one of the great delights of my life!”

—Rowan Williams, former archbishop of Canterbury

“I love reading Image.... Again and again, you keep pulling it off. You've still got it. And other sports clichés from sports to my teammates.”

—Annie Dillard, author of Pilgrim at Tinker Creek

“Art reminds us—even compels us—to ‘be still and know.’”

—Richard Rohr, O.F.M, founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation

Image is far more than a literary magazine. You have really changed something in how people think.”

—Ilya Kaminsky, author of Dancing in Odessa

“The poets and artists I encountered through Image helped me get through.”

—Tara M. Owens, spiritual director and author of Embracing the Body: Finding God in Our Flesh and Bone

“An investment in Image goes right into the fabric of the culture.”

—Mike Capps, Image board chair and composer

“Image doesn't do walls. It builds community.”

—Kim Alexander, painter

video header4_changingconv_25“It's not a corral. If you're a writer of doubt,
you can join it!”

See what writers and artists have to say about Image.

Read the Letter

Linford Detweiler gives Image the George Bailey treatment.
Click here to read what he sees.

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