The Continuing Education: Social Economics in Camphill speakers series resumes with a three-part series on February 10, March 9 and April 13, 2024. Concepts of associative economics and social threefolding have long provided a foundation for communities working in Anthroposophic Inclusive Social Development to organize their economic lives. As community life becomes increasingly complex and
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The Social Economics in Camphill speakers series began this Fall with presentations on the “Basic Principles in Social Threefolding” and an “Introduction to Associative Economics” by Seth Jordan. Economic questions and how communities work through them reveal our underlying assumptions about how we relate to one another, our communities, and the world. Concepts of associative
Register via the form below! The festival year is at the heart of Camphill community culture, and approaching the cycle of the year as a living being opens conversation around some of the most pressing questions in community life today: How can we relate to inherited tradition in freedom? How could we create an inclusive
In May 2023 Dr. Beth Barol offered Part I of From Biography to Flourishing: Social Therapeutic & Trauma-Informed Perspectives for Our Work. This Continuing Education course led participants through the creation of biographical timelines. From the course description: Even in the context of meaningful relationships and rich community life, we all experience times of crisis
Camphill Academy’s “Inner Work/Outer Work: Meditation and Mindfulness in Inclusive Social Development” Continuing Education course was offered in February and March 2023. This 5-week online course introduced participants to the basic techniques at the heart of many meditative or contemplative traditions, and placed them in the context of community building, curative education, social therapy, and
The 2022 Camphill Research Symposium took place on November 10-11 online and in-person at Camphill Soltane in Glenmoore, PA. The event also hosted the opening of THE FESTIVAL, a new exhibition from the Pietzner Art Collection. All sessions, both on and offline, were recorded. We are currently optimizing those videos and aim to share them
Weekly on Wednesdays | January 11-March 1 | 11:00-12:30pm ET | 1.2 CEUs | $55 per participant Rudolf Steiner’s work is complex in its depth and breadth, and its sheer volume. Critiquing his work is challenging. There are contradictions around equality, individuality, and racial hierarchy. Approaching these contradictions—not with an eye to condemn, nor with
A new exhibition of festival artwork from the Pietzner Art Collection has opened in the Kalmar Gallery at Camphill Soltane. The Pietzner Art Collection features The collection is composed of artwork from Carlo Pietzner, George Kalmar, and MC Richards. Selected pieces from the collection can be seen on the Camphill Research Network. In the past
Camphill Academy will host two upcoming events with Cory Eichmann exploring diversity and race in Steiner’s work with a critical lens. On December 14, Cory will give an open lecture introducing the subject and contemporary research. Beginning on January 11, Cory will lead an 8-week Continuing Education course diving deep into the primary source materials.
Weekly on Thursdays | January 12-February 9 | 4:15-5:30 ET | 0.6 CEUs | $25 per participant In the context of Inclusive Social Development, Karl König emphasizes the significance of ongoing inner work as the wellspring for outer work in education, social therapy, and community building. But learning the fundamental skills of mindfulness and meditation