Upcoming Events

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Sunday, June 5, 4:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Listening Our Way into the Future

Workshop with John Bloom
General Secretary, Anthroposophical Society in America

Including potluck supper
Mettabee Farm and Arts, Harlemville
RSVP by June 3 requested

 For members and friends of the Anthroposophical Society.

In this afternoon/evening workshop, we will explore what we have learned and what has changed over the last few years as we individually and in community prepare for the next one hundred years. The first one hundred years of anthroposophy birthed many beneficial ideas and practical applications, as the recognition of the reality of spirit was brought into the work in the material world. Many opportunities and challenges lay ahead if this pathway is to remain vital. How will members and friends take up this work? Within a framework of social threefolding and the consciousness shift needed to implement the concepts, we will explore our economic landscape, the formation of agreements, and what freedom in the cultural sphere means. There will be short presentations, artistic work, time for reflection, peer engagement, and Q & A.

Please RSVP by Friday, June 3, to Gary Lamb at [email protected]

or 518-672-4465.

Donations accepted to help cover expenses.

Potluck supper—drinks and supper ware will be provided.

 

 

Previous Events 

2022

Saturday, April 9, 2022: 7:30 pm

The Call of the Living Christ: The Fundamental Social Law and Social Threefolding in an Era of Private Capitalism and Technology

Presentation by Gary Lamb at
Christian Community Church Sun Room
10 Green River Lane, Hillsdale, NY

This presentation is related to ideas in the book, A Road to Sacred Creation: Rudolf Steiner’s Perspectives on Technology, edited by Gary. Copies will be available for sale.

 

Sunday, March 27, 2022: 1:30-5:30 pm

Warmth as Manifestations of Body, Soul, and Spirit: A Workshop with Branko Furst, MD, and Gopi Krishna Vijaya, PhD

Harlemville, NY

 

Co-Sponsored by the Hawthorne Valley Center for Social Research / Ethical Technology Initiative and the Foundation for Cultural Renewal.

Sunday, March 20, 2022: 7 pm

Private Capitalism, Social Threefolding, and the Future of Technology – Presentation by Gary Lamb

Windy Hill Barn Studio
1030 County Route 21, Harlemville / Ghent
Suggested donation: $10 to $25 or what you can.

 

Sunday, February 27, 2022: 3 pm
Rudolf Steiner’s Perspectives on Technology, An Overview 
Repeat Presentation by Gary Lamb 

Based on the book, A Road to Sacred Creation 
Windy Hill Barn Studio, 1030 Route 21, Harlemville/Ghent, 

This presentation is being done at the request of people who could not attend previous events on this subject. 

Sunday, February 13, 2022: 4 pm   
Social Threefolding, Private Capitalism, and Technology

A Presentation by Gary Lamb

Rose Hall, Camphill Village Kimberton Hills, PA, $15 suggested donation

Our technological age and the technology industry itself are plagued by outdated social forms and depleted spiritual and democratic values. These contribute to the perpetuation and expansion of systemic social problems, including environmental degradation, racism, and autocratic powers. In his presentation, Gary will explore some of the more egregious social forms and why their removal and replacement are necessary to mitigate growing human strife and imminent environmental disasters, and ultimately to enable humanity to stay the course of human and earthly evolution in harmony with the beneficent divine powers.  

The perspectives and ideas in this talk arose while contemplating various chapters in A Road to Sacred Creation: Rudolf Steiner’s Perspectives on Technology. Vol. 1, edited by Gary. 

 

2021

Saturday, December 11

An Overview of Rudolf Steiner’s Perspectives on Technology
Presentation by Gary Lamb
Windy Hill Gallery, Harlemville, NY

 

Saturday, December 4

Presentation by Gary Lamb
Social Threefolding, Waldorf Education, and Technology
Threefold Auditorium
Chestnut Ridge, NY

 

Saturday, December 4

Presentation by Gary Lamb
An Overview of Rudolf Steiner’s Perspectives on Technology
Christian Community Church, Monsey, NY

 

Tuesday, Nov 16

Presentation by Gary Lamb
Child Development and the Challenges of Media
Rudolf Steiner School, NYC

 

Thursday, Nov 11

Zoom Presentation by Gary Lamb
Hacia el Desarrollo du una Technology Moral
For Banca Etica Latino Americana Board Members and Co-Workers

 

Saturday, Nov 6

Presentation by Branko Furst, MD
William Harvey: Discoverer of Blood Circulation
(Part of the Ethical Technology Guest Speaker Series)
Windy Hill Studio, Harlemville, NY

 

Sunday, Oct 3


An Overview of Rudolf Steiner’s Perspectives on Technology
Presentation by Gary Lamb
Windy Hill Studio, Harlemville, NY

 

Sunday, Sept. 19

Hawthorne Valley Waldorf School, Harlemville
An Overview of Rudolf Steiner’s Perspectives on Technology
Presentation by Gary Lamb

 

Wednesday, September 15

An Overview of Rudolf Steiner’s Perspectives on Technology
Presentation by Gary Lamb
Christian Community Church, Hillsdale, NY

 

Tuesday, August 31

Book Launch: A Road to Sacred Creation: Rudolf Steiner’s Perspectives on Technology, A Compendium, Volume 1
This much anticipated book, edited by Gary Lamb, is now available from SteinerBooks (https://steinerbooks.presswarehouse.com/ and 703-661-1594).