A CENTENARY CELEBRATION
Saturday 20th April 10.00 – 17.30
Merlin Theatre, Meadow Bank Road, Sheffield S11 9AH
When Rudolf Steiner first brought the Foundation Stone Meditation at the Christmas Conference in 1923, it was a new creation out of the spirit, offering a holistic vision of the human being to inspire and lead us into the future. The centenary of this event has been well celebrated around the world.
Three and a half months later, on Easter Sunday April 20th 1924, the Foundation Stone Meditation was first performed in eurythmy with forms, lighting, costumes, and gesture indications by Rudolf Steiner. This second event too calls for a celebration!
With the support of the ASinGB in collaboration with Ruskin Mill Trust, a one-day conference will take place at Merlin Theatre, Sheffield on Saturday, April 20th to share the Foundation Stone Meditation in eurythmy, including opportunities to discuss, move and speak the Foundation Stone Meditation throughout the day.
The conference is intended for everyone interested in deepening their experience, whether they are new to the meditation or have a long connection and would like to understand what eurythmy can contribute to their inner work. Eurythmists and non-eurythmists will have the opportunity to share as much as possible through talks, demonstrations, workshops, discussions, and a full performance to end the day. All those interested, including members, friends, eurythmists and speech artists, are invited to mark the Making Visible of the Foundation Stone Meditation on April 20th in Sheffield!
Coordinators: Coralee Frederickson and Adrian Locher with contributions from Eurythmy West Midlands, The Northern Foundation Stone Group, and members of London Eurythmy Ensemble and The Scottish Foundation Stone Group.
Fee: £40/£30 conc.
Lunch and refreshments (morning and afternoon): £10
Please book online or inform us you are coming latest by Wednesday 17th April to help us cater for the correct numbers. Please note: For those not booking online, please bring cash as there is no card machine at the venue.
On-street parking is available on Meadow Bank Road and Kenwood Road.
Ilona Pimbert, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: 020 7723 4400
This event is sponsored by the ASinGB in collaboration with Ruskin Mill Trust