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Friday, November 7
 

6:30pm PST

Registration Begins
Friday November 7, 2014 6:30pm - 7:00pm PST
W83 Ministry Center 150 W. 83rd St., New York, NY

7:00pm PST

Doors Open
Friday November 7, 2014 7:00pm - 7:30pm PST
W83 Ministry Center 150 W. 83rd St., New York, NY

7:00pm PST

Art by Sasha Arutyunova
Sasha Arutyunova is a Moscow-born, Brooklyn-based freelance photographer. The primary focus of her work is the exploration of personal narratives through intimate detail, by way of photography and short form video. Sasha is a co-founder of documentary production company and artist collective Nomadique, for which she serves as a producer, curator and community organizer. She has also served as a camera operator and photographer for audiovisual collective Mason Jar Music since 2010. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Time Out NY, Le Monde and DETAILS. Her Instagram account won her fee cupcakes for a year. Follow her at @sashafoto.

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Sasha Arutyunova

asha Arutyunova is a Moscow-born, Brooklyn-based freelance photographer. The primary focus of her work is the exploration of personal narratives through intimate detail, by way of photography and short form video. Sasha is a co-founder of documentary production company and artist... Read More →


Friday November 7, 2014 7:00pm - 10:00pm PST
W83 Ministry Center 150 W. 83rd St., New York, NY

7:30pm PST

Film

"Freedom Earned explores the tension between ‘time lost’ and ‘newness gained’ that so many incarcerated people feel upon their release from prison. It's an ode to the people and families caught in cyclical recidivism and an open ear to what we have to learn from their struggle.”  -Andrew Ellis, Filmmaker



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Andrew Ellis

Andrew creates films that highlight injustice and challenge stereotypes through humanizing, intimate storytelling with award winning cinematography. His documentary Figure Father grapples with the emotional challenges of reentry from prison, while his quirky comedic portrait documentary... Read More →


Friday November 7, 2014 7:30pm - 9:26pm PST
W83 Ministry Center 150 W. 83rd St., New York, NY

7:30pm PST

Urban Transformation and Place

The Municipal Art Society (MAS) is the voice of a better future for New York City. As the Executive Director of MAS, Margaret Newman is lead-ing this call by advocating for a more livable NYC through social equity, a sense of place, and economic opportunity. In short, she’s bridging the gap between imagination and innovation, from vision to practice, from the unseen to the seen. Now, MAS provides a tangible channel for all New Yorkers to take a hands-on approach to making their city a better place, the very same call we’re given in the gospel to risk, learn, and collaborate as a people who “seek the welfare of the city”.


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avatar for Margaret Newman

Margaret Newman

Margaret Newman, FAIA is currently the Executive Director of the Municipal Art Society of New York (MAS). At MAS, Ms. Newman provides leadership for the advocacy, planning and community engagement projects that are the core mission of the organization. Current projects include... Read More →


Friday November 7, 2014 7:30pm - 9:27pm PST
W83 Ministry Center 150 W. 83rd St., New York, NY

7:30pm PST

Osso

Osso’s set today features works from their debut album, Run Rabbit Run. These pieces, originally tracks from Sufjan Stevens’s 2001 electronic music album Enjoy Your Rabbit, have new life in these arrangements for string quartet by some of today's leading voices in the New York New Music scene such as Gabriel Kahane and Nico Muhly. In the joyous galloping of horses, mischievous hops of rabbits, and wild squeals of boars, we will experience the excitement, imagination, and energy unique to live performance.


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Osso

In an era of music where sound is increasingly processed and made to fit in as noise, Osso brings energy and the alluring, raw sound of acoustic live performance to the fun, dynamic world of indie rock. A string quartet with a modern pulse, members of Osso have collaborated and performed... Read More →


Friday November 7, 2014 7:30pm - 9:28pm PST
W83 Ministry Center 150 W. 83rd St., New York, NY

7:30pm PST

Where Imagination and Innovation Meet
If imagination is the organ of meaning, and if God orients our imagination, then the gospel offers a creative advantage when it comes to bringing meaning to our work. But what state must our imaginations be in to spark innovation? And what’s the best fuel to keep our imagination running? Tim Keller walks us through how the hope of the gospel is not only the source of our imagination, but the fuel and anchor we need to drive our imagination into innovative terrain.

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Tim Keller

Tim was raised in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania and is a graduate of Bucknell University(B.A., 1972), Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (M.Div., 1975), and Westminster Theological Seminary, where he received his D.Min in 1981. He became a Christian while at Bucknell University... Read More →


Friday November 7, 2014 7:30pm - 9:29pm PST
W83 Ministry Center 150 W. 83rd St., New York, NY

9:30pm PST

Conversation
A conversation with Margaret Newman, Tim Keller, and David H. Kim.

Speakers
avatar for Tim Keller

Tim Keller

Tim was raised in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania and is a graduate of Bucknell University(B.A., 1972), Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (M.Div., 1975), and Westminster Theological Seminary, where he received his D.Min in 1981. He became a Christian while at Bucknell University... Read More →
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David H. Kim

David oversees all the ministries of the Center for Faith & Work as Executive Director and is the Pastor of Faith and Work of Redeemer. Prior to this role, David served as the Director of the Gotham Fellowship, developing and teaching its intensive curriculum while providing spiritual... Read More →
avatar for Margaret Newman

Margaret Newman

Margaret Newman, FAIA is currently the Executive Director of the Municipal Art Society of New York (MAS). At MAS, Ms. Newman provides leadership for the advocacy, planning and community engagement projects that are the core mission of the organization. Current projects include... Read More →


Friday November 7, 2014 9:30pm - 10:00pm PST
W83 Ministry Center 150 W. 83rd St., New York, NY

9:50pm PST

Composition

At the River | Nearly one hundred years ago, Charles Ives breathed new life into ‘Shall We Gather at the River’, the traditional Protestant hymn, by setting it for piano and voice in his distinct and colorful harmonic language. Following his example of looking to the past while simultaneously innovating and extending to the present, we have made our own interpretation of the hymn. Scored for voices, brass quartet, and piano, we pay homage to both the traditional hymn and Ives’ more radical interpretation.” - Kris Nolte and Ian McLellan Davis, Composers


 


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Choir

Kris Nolte and Ian McLellan Davis are composers/arrangers based in Brooklyn. They have worked extensively with Mason Jar Music and have collaborated on orchestral arrangements for artists such as Feist, Daniel Rossen (of Grizzly Bear), Shara Worden, Fred Nicolaus (Department of Eagles... Read More →


Friday November 7, 2014 9:50pm - 10:00pm PST
W83 Ministry Center 150 W. 83rd St., New York, NY
 
Saturday, November 8
 

9:00am PST

Doors Open
Saturday November 8, 2014 9:00am - 10:00am PST
Metropolitan West 639 West 46th Street

10:00am PST

A Sacred Calling For Sacred Work
To envision the New we must invariably look to the Old. Throughout the gospel, it’s made clear to us that God is renewing our world, which is leading towards a New Heaven and New Earth. If this world is to become His dwelling place, then our job is to cultivate it wisely, to manifest and capture God’s image in our work. In other words, what we create is meant to be sacred. Theologian Richard Middleton gives us the Why behind what we do and how the Holy Spirit employs our imagination to lead us to what we are created for.

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avatar for J. Richard Middleton

J. Richard Middleton

J. Richard Middleton is Professor of Biblical Worldview and Exegesis at Northeastern Seminary in Rochester, NY. Born and raised in Jamaica, Richard did his B.Th. at Jamaica Theological Seminary, and serves as visiting professor of Old Testament at the Caribbean Graduate School of... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 10:00am - 11:54am PST
Metropolitan West Main Stage 639 West 46th Street

10:00am PST

Spotlight: Lowline
Speakers
avatar for Robyn Shapiro

Robyn Shapiro

Robyn oversees many of the Lowline’s core activities, from community engagement to strategic projects. Her prior experience includes marketing and operations roles at Ralph Lauren, Saatchi & Saatchi, and SelectNY as well as urban farming at Eagle Street Rooftop Farm.


Saturday November 8, 2014 10:00am - 11:54am PST
Metropolitan West Main Stage 639 West 46th Street

10:00am PST

What Innovation is Not

What constitutes innovation from a Christian perspective?  Innovation is a term widely used, but how does it line up with a sense of calling?  Too often our concept of calling is stagnant and confined by individualism. In truth, calling is the Holy Spirit actively, continually calling out into our lives, guiding our work. This calling – of walking with the Spirit through the heartache of failure and the joys of entrepreneurship – journeys us through the redemptive work that God has designed for us. Stanford professor and former tech executive Dave Evans will tackle what role the Holy Spirit plays when it comes to our imagination, and how our intuitions and longings can help us both discern and actualize the work we’re created for.




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avatar for Dave Evans

Dave Evans

Dave started his third career teaching "How to apply the innovation principles of design thinking to the wicked problem of designing your life" in the Stanford Design Program in 2007. His first career was a failed attempt to solve the energy crisis in the late 70's - a drastically... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 10:00am - 11:55am PST
Metropolitan West Main Stage 639 West 46th Street

10:00am PST

Innovation: Collaboration and Conflict Required

How does innovation proliferate? Conflict, tension, and failure are key hurdles that any business, team, or innovation must face in order to flourish. So what steps can we take to steward the imagination through human interaction? What makes collaboration click? Author and consultant Nancy Ortberg will give us practical tools for team dynamics, and will explore how apparent failure can become the greatest vehicle for redemption.



Speakers
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Nancy Ortberg

Nancy Ortberg served as a teaching pastor for eight years at Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington, Illinois. During that time she lead Network, a ministry that helps people identify their spiritual gifts and find a place of service in the church, and Axis, a weekly gathering... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 10:00am - 11:56am PST
Metropolitan West Main Stage 639 West 46th Street

10:00am PST

Story

“I think I’ve always been an old soul. My two best friends when I was little were my Grandmother and my Great Aunt. And now in my thirties, I look back at the things they did for me, an example is the story I’m going to tell, and those things have new (additional) meanings for me. When I was little, they showed their love to protect me and my confidence. Now as an adult, the new (additional) meanings (to the story I’m telling) define who I really am, an artist whose art comes from the heart.”  -Adam Wade, Storyteller



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Adam Wade

Adam Wade, originally from New Hampshire and is a 20-time Slam Champion (18 StorySlams 2 GrandSlams) at The Moth. He's been heard on NPR's Snap Judgment, All Things Considered and The Moth Radio Hour. He's been featured in the New York Times, Village Voice and Time Out New York... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 10:00am - 11:57am PST
Metropolitan West Main Stage 639 West 46th Street

10:00am PST

Cultivating the Cultural Imagination

All human beings long for transcendence. The yearning for something holy, something higher than what we currently experience or know, can be the spark for so much of our work. But if that longing isn’t active, if our imagination atrophies and we can no longer see the unseen, work can seem meaningless. So how does the imagination stay active? And how does our common longing for what’s transcendent shape communities and industries? Author and cultural commentator David Brooks sheds new light on the reality of our common longings and the hope that it bears for our society.



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David Brooks

David Brooks became an Op-Ed columnist for The New York Times in September 2003. He is currently a commentator on “The PBS Newshour,” NPR’s “All Things Considered” and NBC’s “Meet the Press.” He is the author of Bobos In Paradise: The New Upper Class and How They Got... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 10:00am - 11:58am PST
Metropolitan West Main Stage 639 West 46th Street

12:00pm PST

Expo
A showcase of booths, covering a wide range of innovative and imaginative work being done in diverse sectors.

Speakers
avatar for Betaversity

Betaversity

Betaversity believes that creativity, imagination, and learning-by-doing are integral parts of education. Visit Betaversity's demo to see a 3D printer in action, learn about electronics, and learn how Betaversity is changing education through hands-on learning experiences.
avatar for Bond

Bond

This team of designers and technologists, driven to create technology that strengthens relationships, are making the old new by renewing the art of handwritten letters. Come experience how Bond’s unique technology lets you send handwritten notes from any device, and learn about... Read More →
avatar for Hunger Crunch by Rice Bowls

Hunger Crunch by Rice Bowls

Hunger Crunch is a whimsical iOS game that lets players fight hunger (personified by monsters) in the game and in the real world too. 100% of the game’s in-app purchases help feed orphaned children through Rice Bowls, a non-profit that provides funds for the food needs of 52 partner... Read More →
avatar for David Chang

David Chang

Observe the stunningly imaginative work of calligraphy artist David Chang. Using hermeneutics (a study of the theory of interpretation) as his tool for investigation and drawing on the principles of eastern and western calligraphy, Chang creates a paradigm based on the transformative... Read More →
avatar for Dog’s Moustache Chili

Dog’s Moustache Chili

Come taste this award-winning Brooklyn-based chili and hear about their unique three-day cooking technique that won them 1st place at Manhattan’s Lone Star Chili Cookoff out of 40+ teams judged by a panel of nine celebrity chefs. “There’s only one chili that could grow a moustache... Read More →
avatar for Iliamna Fish Co.

Iliamna Fish Co.

In 2003, Christopher Nicholson created an innovative approach for traditional fishermen that revived a dying industry. Come hear how and why Iliamna Fish Co. not only fosters sustainable fishing methods but provides a higher-quality product by reconnecting fishermen directly to the... Read More →
avatar for Marc D'Agusto

Marc D'Agusto

Marc D’Agusto’s multilayered work utilizes industrial substances that engage in relationships between architecture, the ephemeral body and notions of reclamation. These works incorporate fragmented, fractured architectural motifs employing the use of elemental metals, synthetic... Read More →
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The Lowline

Come learn more about the vision behind Co-Founders James Ramsey and Dan Barasch‘s unique underground park that will use innovative solar technology to illuminate a historic trolley terminal on the Lower East Side of New York City, providing a beautiful respite and a cultural attraction... Read More →
avatar for ARK Investment Management

ARK Investment Management

ARK Investment Management invests in technologically enabled disruptive innovation that cuts across economic sectors. It uses both traditional research and collaborative platforms, including social media, to uncover pre-tipping point companies – companies that endeavor to change... Read More →
avatar for Mason Jar Music

Mason Jar Music

Come watch and hear the films and music of this Brooklyn-based creative collective, whose partners have included Alicia Keys, Feist, and Andrew Bird, among others. With an emphasis on collaboration, Mason Jar aims to combine the 21st century's affordable digital tools with tried-and-true... Read More →
avatar for Madeline Paternot

Madeline Paternot

Swiss-American painter Madeleine Paternot draws her imagery from a variety of sources including Japanese anime, the female figure, and vintage furniture to create intimate portraits that emphasize the purity, simplicity, and intimacy experienced by women in everyday situations.
avatar for The Adventure Project

The Adventure Project

How can jobs empower and pull people out of poverty? Come experience this "African Entrepreneurial Village" and discover four interventions that help to end extreme poverty. Test out an irrigation pump, learn how to fix a well, and more, with this non-profit that puts a focus on... Read More →
avatar for Untamed Sandwiches

Untamed Sandwiches

Taste and hear about Untamed’s imaginative approach to the sandwich, which uses 100% sustainable ingredients, local veggies, free range and grass-fed meat, and braising technique that enhances food's natural flavors while highlighting the importance of understanding where your food... Read More →
S

Suitable

This new menswear brand offers everyday custom suits with modern tailored design at an off-the-rack price. Come get personally measured and learn about how you and Suitable can help low-income men get back on their feet. "One man's old suit is another man's second chance."
avatar for The Yellow Table

The Yellow Table

Come sit at the yellow table and enjoy hot apple cider, homemade pumpkin madeleines, and conversation with fellow New Yorkers! Take a look at Anna Watson Carl's brand new cookbook The Yellow Table: A Celebration of Everyday Gatherings (and buy a copy if you want!) and hear Anna's... Read More →
avatar for Two| One| Twenty

Two| One| Twenty

How can what we purchase also be an investment for the future? Come hear the story behind Two | One | Twenty, two designers that have created a locally-produced, highly-durable, sustainably-made weekender bag whose profits send NYC middle schoolers to summer camp, all with an eye... Read More →
avatar for Hello Wedding

Hello Wedding

Hello Wedding is creating a suite of tools to take the headache out of wedding planning. 87% of people don’t have a wedding planner, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t need help. Hello Wedding handles everything from etiquette to emails to ushers and more. It’s faster than... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 12:00pm - 4:00pm PST
Metropolitan West Expo Floor 639 West 46th Street (Between 11th & 12th Ave.)

12:30pm PST

Zai Lai Chinese Grill
Healthy Chinese food? Is that even possible? Come experience and taste Zai Lai’s innovative culinary approach in this cooking demo that reimagines traditional Chinese cuisine. Learn how to make Zai Lai’s signature Lion's Head Meatballs. Samples provided!

Speakers
avatar for Zai Lai Chinese Grill

Zai Lai Chinese Grill

Healthy Chinese food? Is that even possible? Come experience and taste Zai Lai’s innovative culinary approach in this cooking demo that reimagines traditional Chinese cuisine. Learn how to make Zai Lai’s signature Lion's Head Meatballs. Samples provided!


Saturday November 8, 2014 12:30pm - 12:50pm PST
Metropolitan West Stage 3 639 West 46th St. (Between 11th and 12th Ave.)

12:30pm PST

Experiential Prayer 1

“As we walk through a spiritual desert, attending to God’s voice is the surest way to recover our own. Our prayers to God are important; but his words to us are even more so. When we practice the disciplines of solitude, meditation, and silence, we grow in our ability to hear God’s voice through the Holy Spirit and Scripture.”

Join Kari Kristina Reeves the Founder and Principal of ATLAS Spiritual Design, Inc. and author of a treasury of over 300 spirit-provoking prayers, Canyon Road: A Book of Prayer  for an experiential prayer journey. This opportunity for spiritual exploration will practically equip you to deepen your prayer life and move through universal struggles such as healing, forgiveness, and temptation. To learn more, visit www.exploreatlas.org.


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avatar for Kari Reeves

Kari Reeves

Kari Kristina Reeves is the author of Canyon Road: A Book of Prayer, a nearly 500-page collection of prayers which won First Place at the 2013 New York Book Show in the General Trade – Poetry category.  As the Founder and Principal of ATLAS Spiritual Design, Inc., Kari provides... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 12:30pm - 1:15pm PST
Metropolitan West Stage 1 639 West 46th St. (Between 11th and 12th Ave.)

12:30pm PST

Crafting With Paper Source

Learn essential crafting techniques and make three holiday cards with instructor Yan Zeng. Inspired by and using materials supplied by Paper Source, make and take home your own holiday cards.



Speakers

Saturday November 8, 2014 12:30pm - 1:20pm PST
Metropolitan West Expo Floor 639 West 46th Street (Between 11th & 12th Ave.)

12:30pm PST

Hacking for the Common Good

How might practitioners from all sectors collaborate to create tools that promote the common good in our city? How can technology help alleviate and eradicate forms of injustice, teach about God’s unconditional love, or build a healthier and stronger society? Join us as we explore examples from gatherings such as the National Day of Civic Hacking and Leadership Network's Code for the Kingdom as models for mobilizing technologists, entrepreneurs, investors, hi-tech accelerators, ministry leaders, artists, and others to serve the city. Led by Nick Skytland and Ali Llewellyn, co-founders of the International Space Apps Challenge and the National Day of Civic Hacking, two of the largest mass collaborations in history.



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avatar for Ali Llewellyn

Ali Llewellyn

Ali Llewellyn works on expanding the scale and scope of public-private mass collaborations that improve governance and engage citizens in creating a better world. Her background in education, cross-cultural communication and theology provides the passion and articulation necessary... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 12:30pm - 1:25pm PST
Metropolitan West Stage 2 639 West 46th St., (Between 11th and 12th Ave.)

12:30pm PST

Innovation and Team Dynamics

How do we steward our imaginations through human interaction? Come learn practical tools for team dynamics in this workshop with author and consultant Nancy Ortberg. Together we’ll further explore the subject of her plenary talk on how apparent failure can become the greatest vehicle for redemption.



Speakers
avatar for Nancy Ortberg

Nancy Ortberg

Nancy Ortberg served as a teaching pastor for eight years at Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington, Illinois. During that time she lead Network, a ministry that helps people identify their spiritual gifts and find a place of service in the church, and Axis, a weekly gathering... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 12:30pm - 1:50pm PST
Metropolitan West Main Stage 639 West 46th Street

1:00pm PST

The Pixie and the Scout

Join The Pixie and The Scout for a peek into the origin and art of food preservation. More than a collection of pickles collecting dust on your pantry shelf, preserving the harvest can not only help us steward the earth more effectively, it can also spruce up tonight’s dinner! They will teach you some of their tried and true techniques for capturing the best flavors of each season.



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The Pixie and the Scout

Jonathan Hittinger and Katy McNulty have been working in food professionally for over 6 years. Time spent in restaurants like Chapter One (Dublin, IE), Patowmack Farm (VA), Blue Hill Stone Barns (NY) and La Mar Cebicheria (Lima, PE) solidified their commitment to hospitality rooted... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 1:00pm - 1:20pm PST
Metropolitan West Stage 3 639 West 46th St. (Between 11th and 12th Ave.)

1:00pm PST

Expo
A showcase of booths, covering a wide range of innovative and imaginative work being done in diverse sectors.

Speakers
avatar for Betaversity

Betaversity

Betaversity believes that creativity, imagination, and learning-by-doing are integral parts of education. Visit Betaversity's demo to see a 3D printer in action, learn about electronics, and learn how Betaversity is changing education through hands-on learning experiences.
avatar for Bond

Bond

This team of designers and technologists, driven to create technology that strengthens relationships, are making the old new by renewing the art of handwritten letters. Come experience how Bond’s unique technology lets you send handwritten notes from any device, and learn about... Read More →
avatar for Hunger Crunch by Rice Bowls

Hunger Crunch by Rice Bowls

Hunger Crunch is a whimsical iOS game that lets players fight hunger (personified by monsters) in the game and in the real world too. 100% of the game’s in-app purchases help feed orphaned children through Rice Bowls, a non-profit that provides funds for the food needs of 52 partner... Read More →
avatar for David Chang

David Chang

Observe the stunningly imaginative work of calligraphy artist David Chang. Using hermeneutics (a study of the theory of interpretation) as his tool for investigation and drawing on the principles of eastern and western calligraphy, Chang creates a paradigm based on the transformative... Read More →
avatar for Dog’s Moustache Chili

Dog’s Moustache Chili

Come taste this award-winning Brooklyn-based chili and hear about their unique three-day cooking technique that won them 1st place at Manhattan’s Lone Star Chili Cookoff out of 40+ teams judged by a panel of nine celebrity chefs. “There’s only one chili that could grow a moustache... Read More →
avatar for Iliamna Fish Co.

Iliamna Fish Co.

In 2003, Christopher Nicholson created an innovative approach for traditional fishermen that revived a dying industry. Come hear how and why Iliamna Fish Co. not only fosters sustainable fishing methods but provides a higher-quality product by reconnecting fishermen directly to the... Read More →
avatar for Marc D'Agusto

Marc D'Agusto

Marc D’Agusto’s multilayered work utilizes industrial substances that engage in relationships between architecture, the ephemeral body and notions of reclamation. These works incorporate fragmented, fractured architectural motifs employing the use of elemental metals, synthetic... Read More →
TL

The Lowline

Come learn more about the vision behind Co-Founders James Ramsey and Dan Barasch‘s unique underground park that will use innovative solar technology to illuminate a historic trolley terminal on the Lower East Side of New York City, providing a beautiful respite and a cultural attraction... Read More →
avatar for Mason Jar Music

Mason Jar Music

Come watch and hear the films and music of this Brooklyn-based creative collective, whose partners have included Alicia Keys, Feist, and Andrew Bird, among others. With an emphasis on collaboration, Mason Jar aims to combine the 21st century's affordable digital tools with tried-and-true... Read More →
avatar for Madeline Paternot

Madeline Paternot

Swiss-American painter Madeleine Paternot draws her imagery from a variety of sources including Japanese anime, the female figure, and vintage furniture to create intimate portraits that emphasize the purity, simplicity, and intimacy experienced by women in everyday situations.
avatar for The Adventure Project

The Adventure Project

How can jobs empower and pull people out of poverty? Come experience this "African Entrepreneurial Village" and discover four interventions that help to end extreme poverty. Test out an irrigation pump, learn how to fix a well, and more, with this non-profit that puts a focus on... Read More →
avatar for Untamed Sandwiches

Untamed Sandwiches

Taste and hear about Untamed’s imaginative approach to the sandwich, which uses 100% sustainable ingredients, local veggies, free range and grass-fed meat, and braising technique that enhances food's natural flavors while highlighting the importance of understanding where your food... Read More →
S

Suitable

This new menswear brand offers everyday custom suits with modern tailored design at an off-the-rack price. Come get personally measured and learn about how you and Suitable can help low-income men get back on their feet. "One man's old suit is another man's second chance."
avatar for The Yellow Table

The Yellow Table

Come sit at the yellow table and enjoy hot apple cider, homemade pumpkin madeleines, and conversation with fellow New Yorkers! Take a look at Anna Watson Carl's brand new cookbook The Yellow Table: A Celebration of Everyday Gatherings (and buy a copy if you want!) and hear Anna's... Read More →
avatar for Two| One| Twenty

Two| One| Twenty

How can what we purchase also be an investment for the future? Come hear the story behind Two | One | Twenty, two designers that have created a locally-produced, highly-durable, sustainably-made weekender bag whose profits send NYC middle schoolers to summer camp, all with an eye... Read More →
avatar for Hello Wedding

Hello Wedding

Hello Wedding is creating a suite of tools to take the headache out of wedding planning. 87% of people don’t have a wedding planner, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t need help. Hello Wedding handles everything from etiquette to emails to ushers and more. It’s faster than... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm PST
Metropolitan West Expo Floor 639 West 46th Street (Between 11th & 12th Ave.)

1:30pm PST

Journey Within a Scene 1

Like all great artwork, the full dimensions of a film’s aesthetic and spiritual value emerge through meticulous, open, and multi-layered analysis.  Dr. Joe Kickasola offers you an opportunity to walk through a masterful cinematic scene, shot-by-shot, frame-by-frame.  Let your eyes and ears be opened through a precise look at the art and craft of great filmmaking.  A different film scene will be analyzed in each session. Dr. Joe Kickasola is the Director of the Baylor Communication Program in New York and author of The Films of Krzyzstof Kieślowski which won the 2006 Spiritus Award, issued annually for the best book on theology and film.



Speakers
avatar for Joe Kickasola

Joe Kickasola

Dr. Joe Kickasola is Assistant Professor of Film and Digital Media and the Director of the Baylor Communication in New York program, Baylor University. He has twice served as Visiting Professor of Theology and Film at Princeton Theological Seminary, and lectured on film, aesthetics... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 1:30pm - 1:55pm PST
Metropolitan West Stage 2 639 West 46th St., (Between 11th and 12th Ave.)

1:30pm PST

Strengthening Communities

How might the strength of communities serve to overcome family struggle? Come learn how the right data can make a big difference in this hands-on workshop on community asset mapping from the NYC Center for Innovation through Data Intelligence (CIDI). CIDI conducts inter-agency research to identify areas of service need in NYC, collaborating with Health and Human Service agencies and other city partners to promote policy change that improves the lives of New Yorkers.



Saturday November 8, 2014 1:30pm - 2:00pm PST
Metropolitan West Stage 1 639 West 46th St. (Between 11th and 12th Ave.)

1:30pm PST

Crafting With Paper Source

Learn essential crafting techniques and make three holiday cards with instructor Yan Zeng. Inspired by and using materials supplied by Paper Source, make and take home your own holiday cards.



Speakers

Saturday November 8, 2014 1:30pm - 2:20pm PST
Metropolitan West Expo Floor 639 West 46th Street (Between 11th & 12th Ave.)

2:00pm PST

Zai Lai Chinese Grill
Healthy Chinese food? Is that even possible? Come experience and taste Zai Lai’s innovative culinary approach in this cooking demo that reimagines traditional Chinese cuisine. Learn how to make Zai Lai’s signature Lion's Head Meatballs. Samples provided!

Speakers
avatar for Zai Lai Chinese Grill

Zai Lai Chinese Grill

Healthy Chinese food? Is that even possible? Come experience and taste Zai Lai’s innovative culinary approach in this cooking demo that reimagines traditional Chinese cuisine. Learn how to make Zai Lai’s signature Lion's Head Meatballs. Samples provided!


Saturday November 8, 2014 2:00pm - 2:20pm PST
Metropolitan West Stage 3 639 West 46th St. (Between 11th and 12th Ave.)

2:00pm PST

Neighborhood Innovation

How should we evaluate innovation when it comes to our homes and neighborhoods? Using data from the Good Shepherd program -- an innovative form of evaluating supportive housing -- the NYC Center for Innovation Through Data Intelligence (CIDI) shows us how to evaluate and implement innovation for our most challenged neighbors. CIDI conducts inter-agency research to identify areas of service need in NYC, collaborating with Health and Human Service agencies and other city partners to promote policy change that improves the lives of New Yorkers.



Speakers

Saturday November 8, 2014 2:00pm - 2:25pm PST
Metropolitan West Stage 1 639 West 46th St. (Between 11th and 12th Ave.)

2:00pm PST

Q & A with J. Richard Middleton
Continue the conversation with theologian Richard Middleton, who will be answering questions and comments on his plenary talk regarding the sacredness of our work and its eschatological basis.

Speakers
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J. Richard Middleton

J. Richard Middleton is Professor of Biblical Worldview and Exegesis at Northeastern Seminary in Rochester, NY. Born and raised in Jamaica, Richard did his B.Th. at Jamaica Theological Seminary, and serves as visiting professor of Old Testament at the Caribbean Graduate School of... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 2:00pm - 2:25pm PST
Metropolitan West Stage 2 639 West 46th St., (Between 11th and 12th Ave.)

2:00pm PST

Expo
A showcase of booths, covering a wide range of innovative and imaginative work being done in diverse sectors.

Speakers
avatar for Betaversity

Betaversity

Betaversity believes that creativity, imagination, and learning-by-doing are integral parts of education. Visit Betaversity's demo to see a 3D printer in action, learn about electronics, and learn how Betaversity is changing education through hands-on learning experiences.
avatar for Bond

Bond

This team of designers and technologists, driven to create technology that strengthens relationships, are making the old new by renewing the art of handwritten letters. Come experience how Bond’s unique technology lets you send handwritten notes from any device, and learn about... Read More →
avatar for Hunger Crunch by Rice Bowls

Hunger Crunch by Rice Bowls

Hunger Crunch is a whimsical iOS game that lets players fight hunger (personified by monsters) in the game and in the real world too. 100% of the game’s in-app purchases help feed orphaned children through Rice Bowls, a non-profit that provides funds for the food needs of 52 partner... Read More →
avatar for David Chang

David Chang

Observe the stunningly imaginative work of calligraphy artist David Chang. Using hermeneutics (a study of the theory of interpretation) as his tool for investigation and drawing on the principles of eastern and western calligraphy, Chang creates a paradigm based on the transformative... Read More →
avatar for Dog’s Moustache Chili

Dog’s Moustache Chili

Come taste this award-winning Brooklyn-based chili and hear about their unique three-day cooking technique that won them 1st place at Manhattan’s Lone Star Chili Cookoff out of 40+ teams judged by a panel of nine celebrity chefs. “There’s only one chili that could grow a moustache... Read More →
avatar for Iliamna Fish Co.

Iliamna Fish Co.

In 2003, Christopher Nicholson created an innovative approach for traditional fishermen that revived a dying industry. Come hear how and why Iliamna Fish Co. not only fosters sustainable fishing methods but provides a higher-quality product by reconnecting fishermen directly to the... Read More →
avatar for Marc D'Agusto

Marc D'Agusto

Marc D’Agusto’s multilayered work utilizes industrial substances that engage in relationships between architecture, the ephemeral body and notions of reclamation. These works incorporate fragmented, fractured architectural motifs employing the use of elemental metals, synthetic... Read More →
TL

The Lowline

Come learn more about the vision behind Co-Founders James Ramsey and Dan Barasch‘s unique underground park that will use innovative solar technology to illuminate a historic trolley terminal on the Lower East Side of New York City, providing a beautiful respite and a cultural attraction... Read More →
avatar for Mason Jar Music

Mason Jar Music

Come watch and hear the films and music of this Brooklyn-based creative collective, whose partners have included Alicia Keys, Feist, and Andrew Bird, among others. With an emphasis on collaboration, Mason Jar aims to combine the 21st century's affordable digital tools with tried-and-true... Read More →
avatar for Madeline Paternot

Madeline Paternot

Swiss-American painter Madeleine Paternot draws her imagery from a variety of sources including Japanese anime, the female figure, and vintage furniture to create intimate portraits that emphasize the purity, simplicity, and intimacy experienced by women in everyday situations.
avatar for The Adventure Project

The Adventure Project

How can jobs empower and pull people out of poverty? Come experience this "African Entrepreneurial Village" and discover four interventions that help to end extreme poverty. Test out an irrigation pump, learn how to fix a well, and more, with this non-profit that puts a focus on... Read More →
avatar for Untamed Sandwiches

Untamed Sandwiches

Taste and hear about Untamed’s imaginative approach to the sandwich, which uses 100% sustainable ingredients, local veggies, free range and grass-fed meat, and braising technique that enhances food's natural flavors while highlighting the importance of understanding where your food... Read More →
S

Suitable

This new menswear brand offers everyday custom suits with modern tailored design at an off-the-rack price. Come get personally measured and learn about how you and Suitable can help low-income men get back on their feet. "One man's old suit is another man's second chance."
avatar for The Yellow Table

The Yellow Table

Come sit at the yellow table and enjoy hot apple cider, homemade pumpkin madeleines, and conversation with fellow New Yorkers! Take a look at Anna Watson Carl's brand new cookbook The Yellow Table: A Celebration of Everyday Gatherings (and buy a copy if you want!) and hear Anna's... Read More →
avatar for Two| One| Twenty

Two| One| Twenty

How can what we purchase also be an investment for the future? Come hear the story behind Two | One | Twenty, two designers that have created a locally-produced, highly-durable, sustainably-made weekender bag whose profits send NYC middle schoolers to summer camp, all with an eye... Read More →
avatar for Hello Wedding

Hello Wedding

Hello Wedding is creating a suite of tools to take the headache out of wedding planning. 87% of people don’t have a wedding planner, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t need help. Hello Wedding handles everything from etiquette to emails to ushers and more. It’s faster than... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm PST
Metropolitan West Expo Floor 639 West 46th Street (Between 11th & 12th Ave.)

2:00pm PST

Calling and Imagination
What is a Calling? Stanford professor Dave Evans delivers a hands-on workshop for 
discerning the important questions behind vocation, and how our intuitions and longings 
can help us both discern and actualize the work we’re created for. How do we develop 
not as Christians with imagination, but a Christian imagination for our work?

Speakers
avatar for Dave Evans

Dave Evans

Dave started his third career teaching "How to apply the innovation principles of design thinking to the wicked problem of designing your life" in the Stanford Design Program in 2007. His first career was a failed attempt to solve the energy crisis in the late 70's - a drastically... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 2:00pm - 3:20pm PST
Metropolitan West Main Stage 639 West 46th Street

2:30pm PST

The Pixie and the Scout

Join The Pixie and The Scout for a peek into the origin and art of food preservation. More than a collection of pickles collecting dust on your pantry shelf, preserving the harvest can not only help us steward the earth more effectively, it can also spruce up tonight’s dinner! They will teach you some of their tried and true techniques for capturing the best flavors of each season.



Speakers
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The Pixie and the Scout

Jonathan Hittinger and Katy McNulty have been working in food professionally for over 6 years. Time spent in restaurants like Chapter One (Dublin, IE), Patowmack Farm (VA), Blue Hill Stone Barns (NY) and La Mar Cebicheria (Lima, PE) solidified their commitment to hospitality rooted... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 2:30pm - 2:50pm PST
Metropolitan West Stage 3 639 West 46th St. (Between 11th and 12th Ave.)

2:30pm PST

Experiential Prayer 2

“As we walk through a spiritual desert, attending to God’s voice is the surest way to recover our own. Our prayers to God are important; but his words to us are even more so. When we practice the disciplines of solitude, meditation, and silence, we grow in our ability to hear God’s voice through the Holy Spirit and Scripture.”

Join Kari Kristina Reeves the Founder and Principal of ATLAS Spiritual Design, Inc. and author of a treasury of over 300 spirit-provoking prayers, Canyon Road: A Book of Prayer  for an experiential prayer journey. This opportunity for spiritual exploration will practically equip you to deepen your prayer life and move through universal struggles such as healing, forgiveness, and temptation. To learn more, visit www.exploreatlas.org.


Speakers
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Kari Reeves

Kari Kristina Reeves is the author of Canyon Road: A Book of Prayer, a nearly 500-page collection of prayers which won First Place at the 2013 New York Book Show in the General Trade – Poetry category.  As the Founder and Principal of ATLAS Spiritual Design, Inc., Kari provides... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 2:30pm - 2:55pm PST
Metropolitan West Stage 1 639 West 46th St. (Between 11th and 12th Ave.)

2:30pm PST

J. Richard Middleton Book Signing
Speakers
avatar for J. Richard Middleton

J. Richard Middleton

J. Richard Middleton is Professor of Biblical Worldview and Exegesis at Northeastern Seminary in Rochester, NY. Born and raised in Jamaica, Richard did his B.Th. at Jamaica Theological Seminary, and serves as visiting professor of Old Testament at the Caribbean Graduate School of... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 2:30pm - 3:00pm PST
Metropolitan West Expo Floor 639 West 46th Street (Between 11th & 12th Ave.)

2:30pm PST

Journey Within a Scene 2

Like all great artwork, the full dimensions of a film’s aesthetic and spiritual value emerge through meticulous, open, and multi-layered analysis.  Dr. Joe Kickasola offers you an opportunity to walk through a masterful cinematic scene, shot-by-shot, frame-by-frame.  Let your eyes and ears be opened through a precise look at the art and craft of great filmmaking.  A different film scene will be analyzed in each session. Dr. Joe Kickasola is the Director of the Baylor Communication Program in New York and author of The Films of Krzyzstof Kieślowski which won the 2006 Spiritus Award, issued annually for the best book on theology and film.



Speakers
avatar for Joe Kickasola

Joe Kickasola

Dr. Joe Kickasola is Assistant Professor of Film and Digital Media and the Director of the Baylor Communication in New York program, Baylor University. He has twice served as Visiting Professor of Theology and Film at Princeton Theological Seminary, and lectured on film, aesthetics... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 2:30pm - 3:15pm PST
Metropolitan West Stage 2 639 West 46th St., (Between 11th and 12th Ave.)

2:30pm PST

Crafting With Paper Source

Learn essential crafting techniques and make three holiday cards with instructor Yan Zeng. Inspired by and using materials supplied by Paper Source, make and take home your own holiday cards.



Speakers

Saturday November 8, 2014 2:30pm - 3:20pm PST
Metropolitan West Expo Floor 639 West 46th Street (Between 11th & 12th Ave.)

3:00pm PST

Zai Lai Chinese Grill
Healthy Chinese food? Is that even possible? Come experience and taste Zai Lai’s innovative culinary approach in this cooking demo that reimagines traditional Chinese cuisine. Learn how to make Zai Lai’s signature Lion's Head Meatballs. Samples provided!

Speakers
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Zai Lai Chinese Grill

Healthy Chinese food? Is that even possible? Come experience and taste Zai Lai’s innovative culinary approach in this cooking demo that reimagines traditional Chinese cuisine. Learn how to make Zai Lai’s signature Lion's Head Meatballs. Samples provided!


Saturday November 8, 2014 3:00pm - 3:20pm PST
Metropolitan West Stage 3 639 West 46th St. (Between 11th and 12th Ave.)

3:00pm PST

Imagination Redeemed

What does Scripture have to say about the imagination?  You may be surprised to learn how important and prevalent the imagination is in the Bible. Come hear Matt Ristuccia, the Pastor of Stonehill Church of Princeton and co-author of Imagination Redeemed: Glorifying God with a Neglected Part of Your Mind with Gene Veith, explore a Biblical understanding of imagination, and how it plays into God’s work in our own lives.



Speakers
avatar for Matt Ristuccia

Matt Ristuccia

Matt is the Senior Pastor at Stone Hill Church of Princeton (formerly known as Westerly Road Church). As Senior Pastor, Matt provides the overall spiritual leadership and vision-casting for the church. He delights in seeing the Spirit of God use the Word of God to transform human... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 3:00pm - 3:45pm PST
Metropolitan West Stage 1 639 West 46th St. (Between 11th and 12th Ave.)

3:00pm PST

Expo
A showcase of booths, covering a wide range of innovative and imaginative work being done in diverse sectors.

Speakers
avatar for Betaversity

Betaversity

Betaversity believes that creativity, imagination, and learning-by-doing are integral parts of education. Visit Betaversity's demo to see a 3D printer in action, learn about electronics, and learn how Betaversity is changing education through hands-on learning experiences.
avatar for Bond

Bond

This team of designers and technologists, driven to create technology that strengthens relationships, are making the old new by renewing the art of handwritten letters. Come experience how Bond’s unique technology lets you send handwritten notes from any device, and learn about... Read More →
avatar for Hunger Crunch by Rice Bowls

Hunger Crunch by Rice Bowls

Hunger Crunch is a whimsical iOS game that lets players fight hunger (personified by monsters) in the game and in the real world too. 100% of the game’s in-app purchases help feed orphaned children through Rice Bowls, a non-profit that provides funds for the food needs of 52 partner... Read More →
avatar for David Chang

David Chang

Observe the stunningly imaginative work of calligraphy artist David Chang. Using hermeneutics (a study of the theory of interpretation) as his tool for investigation and drawing on the principles of eastern and western calligraphy, Chang creates a paradigm based on the transformative... Read More →
avatar for Dog’s Moustache Chili

Dog’s Moustache Chili

Come taste this award-winning Brooklyn-based chili and hear about their unique three-day cooking technique that won them 1st place at Manhattan’s Lone Star Chili Cookoff out of 40+ teams judged by a panel of nine celebrity chefs. “There’s only one chili that could grow a moustache... Read More →
avatar for Iliamna Fish Co.

Iliamna Fish Co.

In 2003, Christopher Nicholson created an innovative approach for traditional fishermen that revived a dying industry. Come hear how and why Iliamna Fish Co. not only fosters sustainable fishing methods but provides a higher-quality product by reconnecting fishermen directly to the... Read More →
avatar for Marc D'Agusto

Marc D'Agusto

Marc D’Agusto’s multilayered work utilizes industrial substances that engage in relationships between architecture, the ephemeral body and notions of reclamation. These works incorporate fragmented, fractured architectural motifs employing the use of elemental metals, synthetic... Read More →
TL

The Lowline

Come learn more about the vision behind Co-Founders James Ramsey and Dan Barasch‘s unique underground park that will use innovative solar technology to illuminate a historic trolley terminal on the Lower East Side of New York City, providing a beautiful respite and a cultural attraction... Read More →
avatar for Mason Jar Music

Mason Jar Music

Come watch and hear the films and music of this Brooklyn-based creative collective, whose partners have included Alicia Keys, Feist, and Andrew Bird, among others. With an emphasis on collaboration, Mason Jar aims to combine the 21st century's affordable digital tools with tried-and-true... Read More →
avatar for Madeline Paternot

Madeline Paternot

Swiss-American painter Madeleine Paternot draws her imagery from a variety of sources including Japanese anime, the female figure, and vintage furniture to create intimate portraits that emphasize the purity, simplicity, and intimacy experienced by women in everyday situations.
avatar for The Adventure Project

The Adventure Project

How can jobs empower and pull people out of poverty? Come experience this "African Entrepreneurial Village" and discover four interventions that help to end extreme poverty. Test out an irrigation pump, learn how to fix a well, and more, with this non-profit that puts a focus on... Read More →
avatar for Untamed Sandwiches

Untamed Sandwiches

Taste and hear about Untamed’s imaginative approach to the sandwich, which uses 100% sustainable ingredients, local veggies, free range and grass-fed meat, and braising technique that enhances food's natural flavors while highlighting the importance of understanding where your food... Read More →
S

Suitable

This new menswear brand offers everyday custom suits with modern tailored design at an off-the-rack price. Come get personally measured and learn about how you and Suitable can help low-income men get back on their feet. "One man's old suit is another man's second chance."
avatar for The Yellow Table

The Yellow Table

Come sit at the yellow table and enjoy hot apple cider, homemade pumpkin madeleines, and conversation with fellow New Yorkers! Take a look at Anna Watson Carl's brand new cookbook The Yellow Table: A Celebration of Everyday Gatherings (and buy a copy if you want!) and hear Anna's... Read More →
avatar for Two| One| Twenty

Two| One| Twenty

How can what we purchase also be an investment for the future? Come hear the story behind Two | One | Twenty, two designers that have created a locally-produced, highly-durable, sustainably-made weekender bag whose profits send NYC middle schoolers to summer camp, all with an eye... Read More →
avatar for Hello Wedding

Hello Wedding

Hello Wedding is creating a suite of tools to take the headache out of wedding planning. 87% of people don’t have a wedding planner, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t need help. Hello Wedding handles everything from etiquette to emails to ushers and more. It’s faster than... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 3:00pm - 4:00pm PST
Metropolitan West Expo Floor 639 West 46th Street (Between 11th & 12th Ave.)

4:15pm PST

Dance
“As dancers, Emily Dickinson’s line resonates deeply with us. Fully dependent on the human body as our instrument, we live in constant worry about the irreversible decays of aging. Yet, each day we experience growth, renewal, discovery. Unlike other professions, we experience this renewal physically inside our own body. We feel refreshed. We move deeper, rather than bigger. We take emotional risks in lieu of physical recklessness. We embrace our exhaustion and the fleetingness of our artistic life. And the next day we discover, with some surprise, that we are not older – but newer.”  -Miro Magloire, New Chamber Ballet

Speakers
avatar for Miro Magloire

Miro Magloire

Lauded as "refreshingly original" by Alastair Macaulay of The NY Times, choreographer Miro Magloire is the founder and artistic director of New Chamber Ballet.Born in Munich, Germany, Magloire started his career as a composer. After relocating to New York and studying Modern Dance... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 4:15pm - 5:30pm PST
Metropolitan West Main Stage 639 West 46th Street

4:15pm PST

Surprised by Imagination

Woven into the gospel is a God that wants to know us personally through experience, through flesh and blood, through matter itself, in awe and wonder. A testament to this reality is the work of poet Christian Wiman. In Wiman’s writing, there lives a devotion to the wonder that words speak volumes more than their normative associations, allowing poetry to hold us in a state at once both meditative yet active with discovery. This is, at its essence, a devotion to God’s Spirit, that great unfathomable gift that is headstrong in its pursuit for us to meet our maker. We’re thrilled to experience that gift together through Wiman’s infectious and expansive imagination.



Speakers
avatar for Christian Wiman

Christian Wiman

Editor of Poetry Magazine from 2003 to 2013, Christian Wiman is the author of four books of poetry and two collections of essays. In the New Yorker, poet and critic Dan Chiasson chose Wiman’s Every Riven Thing as one of the eleven best poetry collections of the year. Wiman’s other... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 4:15pm - 5:30pm PST
Metropolitan West Main Stage 639 West 46th Street

4:15pm PST

Worship & Commissioning
Saturday November 8, 2014 4:15pm - 5:30pm PST
Metropolitan West Main Stage 639 West 46th Street

5:30pm PST

Christian Wiman Book Signing
Christian Wiman signs books after his plenary.

Speakers
avatar for Christian Wiman

Christian Wiman

Editor of Poetry Magazine from 2003 to 2013, Christian Wiman is the author of four books of poetry and two collections of essays. In the New Yorker, poet and critic Dan Chiasson chose Wiman’s Every Riven Thing as one of the eleven best poetry collections of the year. Wiman’s other... Read More →


Saturday November 8, 2014 5:30pm - 6:00pm PST
Metropolitan West Main Stage 639 West 46th Street