What does IAM do?

By acting as a hub for connecting creative minds from all over the globe, IAM is able to inspire, train and influence participants to contribute to a healthy culture.

With a focus on beauty and generosity, and guided by a cultural history informed by faith, IAM brings a refreshing approach to affecting many aspects of culture, including the arts, business stewardship, education, and more.

 The greater IAM community around the world exists around the world to be a source of healing in broken places. You can connect with IAM members on our Facebook group. We work closely with the Brehm Center at Fuller Theological Seminary.

The writings and artwork of the founder Makoto Fujimura present important perspectives on shaping culture through art and beauty, and provide an inspirational base from which the work of the movement naturally flows.