Speech-Movement

Flyer (Pdf)

2nd – 6th April 2018

International Conference for Eurythmists Eurythmy Therapists Creative Speech Artists and anyone interested

Invitation

All eurythmists, eurythmy therapists, formative speech artists and all those interested, in speech and movement, are warmly invited to the international conference in 2018: ‘Speech-Movement’ at the Goetheanum. We look forward to intensive days of sharing, meetings and further education.

The subject of speech and language touches us, every day in so many ways, it is a formative force in the way we relate to one another and it builds us as human beings. In eurythmy and formative speech it is the bearer of artistic expression, it is the agency in eurythmy and speech therapy.

There will be morning lectures and then demonstrations in various languages in plenum. The different aspects of the conference will be shared in over 30 workshops, also professionally mixed workshops. We have the ‘market’ where you can experience many colleagues with their own particular slant on speech and movement. Other interesting themes can be found under the ‘free initiatives’. There will also be a report on the new edition (in German) of the book: ‘Eurythmy as Visible Speech‘. Two eurythmy performances (Goetheanum Ensemble and Stuttgart Else-Klink-Ensemble) as well as three mixed programs conclude each day.

The Easter 2017 and Easter 2018 Section newsletters are a form of preparation for this conference.

The preparation group:
Stefan Hasler, Angelika Jaschke, Hanna Koskinen, Ulrike Wendt, Michael Werner, Agnes Zehnter

Booking Form

Online Booking Form: Please click here

(Only online booking for this conference)

Programme

Please click (Pdf)

Workshops (12 noon to 1 p.m.)

1. Nicola Anasch
Die französische Sprache und ihr Verhältnis zur Welt
DE / EN /FR

2. Tille Barkhoff
Die kindliche Sprachentwicklung und Eurythmie
DE / EN / RU

3. Annemarie Bäschlin
Introduction to English Eurythmy
DE / EN

4. Gisela Beck
Forschungswege in der pädagogischen Eurythmie
DE

5. Andreas Borrmann | Jürgen Frank | Paulina Sich
Humor ist ... - und vor allem: wie?!
DE

6. Esther Böttcher | Claudia Wasser
Heilungsverläufe unter interdisziplinärer Zusammenarbeit
DE / EN

7. Christian Breme
Kehlkopf plastizieren
DE

8. Helga Daniel
Von der Leiberfahrung der Laute zur Spracherfahrung im Leib
DE / NL / EN

9. Barbara Denjean-von Stryk
Sprachliche Physiologie der Logoskräfte
DE

10. Annemarie Ehrlich
Eurythmie im Arbeitsleben – Lautbildung im Zwischenraum
(DE)

11. Kjell Häggmark | Christiane Görner
Schwesterherzen – Beziehungsweisen von Eurythmie und Sprachgestaltung
DE (/EN)

12. Martin Ingbert Heigl
Sprache und Eurythmie - Polarität oder Metamorphose
DE

13. Matthias Jeuken
Das Wesen der Sprache fühlen
DE

14. Yvonne Karsten
Gesture within gesture – sound, word, sentence
EN

15. Wilburg Keller Roth
Physiologische Grundlagen der 12 „seelischen Übungen“
DE

16. Gail Langstroth
Eurythmy’s Beginnings, experienced through Ancient Greek
EN / DE

17. Birgith Lugosi
Das altgriechische Alphabet
DE

18. Peter Lutzker
Poetry in Performance
EN

19. Serge Maintier | Volker Frankfurt
Zusammenarbeit von Sprecher und Eurythmist durch die Sprachschichten – Moderne Lyrik
DE / EN / FR / andere

20. Dorothea Mier
Exploration of a few English Forms by Rudolf Steiner
EN

21. Tania Mierau | Sabine Eberleh
Literarische Formen der Moderne – Sprache & Eurythmie
(DE)

22. Regula Nilo | Torgunn Finnset
Sprach-Bewegung und Intention – Kommunikation untersuchen
DE / EN

23. Jan Ranck
Hebräisch: Eurythmie in der Sprache der Schöpfung
Hebrew: Eurythmy in the Language of Creation
DE / EN

24. Jonathan Reid | Brenda Ratcliffe
Speaker and Eurythmist: Finding the Poem
EN

25. Gabriele Ruhnau
„Basics“ in Sprachgestaltung für Eurythmiepädagogen
DE (/EN)

26. Carina Schmid
Der Geist geht bis zur Silbe
DE / ES

27. Vladimir Simonov | Angelika Storch
Lautangaben zur russischen Sprache (DE / RU)

28. Silke Sponheuer
Laut und Ton in ihrem gemeinsamen Ursprung
Sound and Tone: their conjoint Source
DE / EN

29. Albrecht Warning
Anatomie/Physiologie: funktionelle Grundlagen der Sprache
DE

30. Ulrike Wendt | Markus Buchmann
Das Wort in Meditation und Bewegung
DE

31. Michael Werner | Christiane Hagemann
Lautwirksamkeit in der Vitaleurythmie
DE / EN

32. Benedikt Zweifel
Musikalisches und Gedankliches in der Sprache
DE

Venue

The Goetheanum is situated south of Basel in the Swiss Jura. As a cultural venue that includes a theatre and a study, research and conference centre it offers around 700 events every year. The listed building is seen as an impressive example of organic architecture.

Directions

By train
At Basel Swiss Station (SBB) take train S3 (destination Laufen) to Dornach-Arlesheim, then local bus no. 66 to bus stop Goetheanum (travel time c. 30 mins)

By tram
From Basel Swiss station (SBB) take tram no. 10 to Dornach-Arlesheim station, then local bus no. 66, to bus stop Goetheanum (travel time c. 50 minutes).

By car
Leave the motorway Basel – Delémont (H18) at junction Reinach Süd and follow signs to Dornach, from there follow signs to the  Goetheanum (travel time from Basel centre c. 20 mins).

By foot
Walk uphill from Dornach-Arlesheim station, following signs. Walking time c. 15 minutes

Accommodation

For more information about accommodation close to the Goetheanum go to Visitor Information.

Organiser: Section for the Performing Arts

in cooperation with: Medical Section and Pedagogical Section at the Goetheanum