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Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Visual Arts Section at the Goetheanum













THE SOURCES
OF ART II
SECTION CONFERENCE
14 – 17 May 2015
Goetheanum
Dornach, Switzerland

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CONTRIBUTORS

Prof. Jochen Breme
Studied Sculpture in Bonn/Alfter. Today Senior Lecturer in Sculpture at the Alanus Hoch- schule für Kunst und Gesellschaft, Bonn/Alfter. Founding member of the Bonn artists group „Rhein & Artig“. www.j-breme.de

Cornelia Falkenhan
Sculpture studies in Bonn/Alfter. Further studies at the HfG Offenbach specialising in stage set and costume design. Works as freelance artist and set designer in Frankfurt am Main.

Martin Gutjahr
Apprenticeship in Pottery, studies in Sculpture and Paining. Freelance artist on the Lake Constance and lecturer at Emerson College in England. www.martingutjahr.zenfolio.com

Dr. Roland Halfen
Studied Philosophy, History of Art and Archeology. Author of numerous books and co-worker at the Rudolf Steiner Archive in Dornach.

Prof. Fritz Marburg
Studies in Sculpture and Art Therapy, past rector of the Art Therapy College, Nürtingen. Art educator and artist in the fields of sculpture and Landart.

Hansjörg Palm
Studied Sculpture at the Alanus Hochschule and Emerson College in England. Today a freelance Video and Performance artist and lecturer at the Freie Kunstschule Munzingen.

Riho Peter-Iwamatsu
Eurythmist. Part of the stage ensemble at the Goetheanum.

Dr. Claudia Schlürmann
Studies in Social Education and Sculpture. Many years experience as art educator and lecturer. 2014 PhD in practical Social Sculpture. Works as freelance artist on the Lake Constance. www.atelier-cds.de

Marianne Schubert
Studied Architecture and Landscape Archtecture. Until 2014 freelance work in building and landscape gardening. Since 2014 Leader of the Visual Art Section at the Goetheanum.

Prof. Peer de Smit
Studied at the Drama Academy in Zürich. Professor for Social Theatre. Rector at the University for Social Arts, Ottersberg near Bremen.
Weidlerkwartet (Weidler String Quartet)
Keen Paasen, Mathilde Krabbe, Violin; Jorien van Tuinen, Viola; Joris Boon, Violoncello 

Jochen Breme:Migration