Every fall, the Walker Center campus maple trees signal the start of autumn, the season of change, the preparation for something new.
Three years ago, Amy and I began our journey with the Walker Center, and since then we have seen some amazing changes already! We hope that we have honored the past of those who have come before us well, while also helping to ensure that the Walker Center is ready for the future.
We did a website overhaul last summer in order to prepare for this future - and we have just updated the website again! Come see what we've been working on:
There's more to share about the changes ahead ... in the meantime, go check these things out - and be sure to share the Survey and the Fundraising Page with others!
Thanks for everyone who has supported and found a home here at Walker Center over the years. We can't wait to see what's next!
Walker Center is very proud to be the site for the 2018 Theopoetics Conference, from March 9th through March 11th!
This conference is a gathering time for students, scholars, artists, religious practitioners (clergy and non-clergy)--really just about anyone interested in exploring faith, religion, and justice, from a creative, holistic, artistic, playful, and/or embodied approach.
ARC (ArtsReligionCulture) is the result of a brand new merger between the Association for Theopoetics Research and Embodiment (ATRE) and the Society for Art, Religion and Contemporary Culture (SARCC). Together they are exploring fresh ways to inspire new ways of being, knowing, and living out faith-seeking-justice, and we at WC couldn't be happier to support their efforts!
Anyone reading this message is invited to register, and/or submit a proposal. Please click the link to learn more, or contact us or ARC for more information.