05 Jul CAMPHILL VILLAGE KIMBERTON HILLS TO HOST JULY 26th SCREENING OF ‘VALUING LIVES’ DOCUMENTARY FILM
CAMPHILL VILLAGE KIMBERTON HILLS TO HOST JULY 26th SCREENING OF ‘VALUING LIVES’ DOCUMENTARY FILM
Special Event During the Fourth Annual Camphill Research Symposium is Open to the Public
What: Camphill Academy, Camphill Association of North America and Camphill Foundation are sponsoring a screening of the documentary film “Valuing Lives: Wolf Wolfensberger and the Principle of Normalization” as part of the fourth annual Camphill Research Symposium. This special event, followed by a discussion about the legacy of Wolf Wolfensberger’s work and his relationship with Camphill, will be open to the public. The discussion will be led by Margaret Sager, Wolf Wolfensberger’s daughter, and David Schwartz, Camphill Ghent community member and Curative Education and Social Therapy Instructor. There is no cost to attend and seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Watch the trailer for “Valuing Lives” at www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3FM7eoXzsY. View event details and updates at www.facebook.com/events/1813873625574599.
When: Thursday, July 26, 2018; doors open at 6:45 p.m.
Where: Rose Hall at Camphill Village Kimberton Hills, 136 Camphill Drive, Phoenixville, PA 19460 (Follow signage for Rose Hall / Camphill Cafe.)
Media Opportunities: Photos may be taken during the post-screening discussion and Q&A session led by Margaret Sager and David Schwartz. Guided tours of Camphill Village Kimberton Hills may be arranged by request.
About Camphill Foundation: Founded in 1966 to support two fledgling Camphill communities in New York and Pennsylvania, Camphill Foundation has grown dramatically over the past five decades. Today, its mission is to grow, strengthen and safeguard the Camphill movement at 16 Camphill communities and affiliates in the United States and Canada. Camphill Foundation primarily accomplishes this mission by providing strategic grants and low-interest loans that help grow and sustain the Camphill movement. Visit www.camphillfoundation.org for more information.
About the Camphill Movement: Camphill is a worldwide movement of vibrant lifesharing communities that provide a unique model of care for persons with special needs. The Camphill movement draws inspiration from the principles of anthroposophy. In valuing the profound significance of each human being, practicing the art of daily living, and emphasizing mindfulness of man’s responsibility to the earth, the Camphill movement offers a model of renewal for the wider society. Learn more about the Camphill movement and Camphill communities in North America at the Camphill Association of North America’s website at www.camphill.org.
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