Renewal Week 2 July 1-3 evening eventsPosted June 20, 2012
Renewal 2012 Week 2 Evening Events
All events begin at 7:30 pm in the Big Room at High Mowing School (except Tuesday performance at Pine Hill).
Monday through Thursday events are open to public ($10 contribution at the door), Sunday evening is for Renewal participants only.
Sunday July 1st
Opening Address by Torin Finser “Significant Aspects of 2012”
Torin Finser, Ph.D., is Director of the Waldorf Teacher Education Program at Antioch University New England and founding member of the Center for Anthroposophy, Collaborative Leadership Training, and Templar Associates in New Hampshire. He has been an educator for three decades and has been a keynote speaker at conferences in Asia, Europe, and throughout North America. He has consulted with many public and Waldorf schools in areas of facilitating change, designing mentoring and evaluation programs, and leadership development. Dr. Finser is the author of numerous books, including Organizational Integrity: How to Apply the Wisdom of the Body to Develop Healthy Organizations (2007) and In Search of Ethical Leadership: If Not Now, When? (2003).
Monday, July 2nd
“Music as a Threshold Experience” with Fred Amrine
Frederick Amrine's research has been devoted primarily to Goethe, Novalis, German Idealism, and the emerging field of Literature and Science. Professor Amrine teaches regularly in the Great Books and Honors Programs, and he has won several awards for teaching.
Tuesday July 3rd
Beat the Devil! Faust the Whole Story
aka The Tragedy of Mephistopheles Based on Goethe's play
A One Man Play by Glen Williamson
Glen is a founding member in New York City of The Actors’ Ensemble and New Directions Theater. Through drama and masterful storytelling, Williamson transforms Goethe’s entire 24-hour-long two-hundred-year-old classic drama into a 90-minute exhilarating romp through heaven hell and a battle for the soul of a man searching for truth, satisfaction . . . and a Goddess.