A lecture by Daniel Hafner. Part of the weekend conference, The Karma of Material Work as Shown in the Mystery Dramas.
A lecture by Daniel Hafner. Part of the weekend conference, The Karma of Material Work as Shown in the Mystery Dramas. Please note: This event will start at 8:00pm, not 7:30 as previously announced.
A special weekend of considering what Rudolf Steiner’s mystery dramas can reveal about the relationship between art and technology—related avenues of innovation and revelation in the transformation of material into new form.
The Diagonal Life Circus is a raucous, colorful giant puppet spectacle that sheds light on our current precariously diagonal condition – on the verge of collapse, yet always capable of uprising.
An evening of poetry, eurythmy, and lyre music, with an address by Gerald Karnow on the theme of the human journey toward incarnation.
Lisa Romero will speak about the impact that both process and substance addiction has on the development of the individual. She will approach the effects that technology has on the sensory development of children and adults and the effects of consciousness altering substance on inner development.
Please join us for this year's winter studio program. Once again, eurythmists in the area have been preparing solos and duets, and will offer a rich array of pieces comprised of speech and tone eurythmy.
Featuring music from Africa, Brazil, England, French Canada, India, Italy, Latin America, and the United States.
As the year 1923 begins, the spiritual movement and Society around Rudolf Steiner are in ruins. Will his close colleague and pupil Ita Wegman, and others, wake up and recognize their karma in time for their work for humanity to go forward?
Once again, as the outer world is quietly blanketed with snow, the Pfeiffer Center's annual midwinter agriculture intensive is held in Chestnut Ridge, and the ESV Ensemble will be offering a performance that is also open to the public.
Members and friends of the Threefold Community are pleased to offer The Shepherds Play with a lively crew of community players.
We invite you to join us in celebrating our students' work at our two festive evenings in December!
In preparation for the Holy Nights, join us for this year’s Community Family Christmas Festival. The joy and quiet of the season will be shared through story, singing, poetry, music and eurythmy.