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Published on May 14, 2011
Ulrich Rosch will give a lecture at the Anthroposophy Society of New York City at 138 West 15th Street June 24 at 7 pm on The Realm of Rights as Our Earthly Task: Shaping the Social Sculpture Out of Inner Lawfulnessand Social Phenomena. For info check out ASNYC.org. It's a great sight! He will also speak at the Redeeming the Realm of Rights Conference in Harlemville June 30-July 3. See below for details, please. I had the good fortune to meet Ulrich Roesch at the Institute for Associative Economics' Inner Transformation for Social Change Conference held at Anthropop Heaven aka The Three Fold Educational Center in September of 2010. Born in 1951 in Germany, Roesch was a student of Flux artist Joseph Beuys and studied Philosophy, Pedagogics, German Literature and Social Science alot. Since 1971, he has conducted research in social development and alternative economic forms. In 1976, Roesch co-founded The Waldorf School, Wangen in the Allgau joining over a hundred Waldorf schools already rocking Germany at the time. In 1982 with his breathtakingly hip wife Cornelia he established a textile company which manufactures biodynamic cotton baby garments in social projects in Mother India. He has lectured extensively across Europe and Asia. His books include From Social Science to Social Art (Wangen, 1993,) An Elucidation of Josef Beuys' Concepts of Money and Capital, (Wangen, 1991,) Another World is Possible: Elements for a Post-Materialistic Understanding of Globalization (Vienna, 2003,) and Vision and Action for Another World: Beautiful Ideas and Inspiring Practical Approaches, which he edited in 2004. Roesche was the first real live representative of the The Goetheanum I ever met, and he impressed me with his quietude, and great listening skills, partly because he had a bad cold! Despite having the very bad cold, he gave me such a great interview and we subsequently became good friends, me, his divinely witty and supremely elegant wife Cornelia, my guy Sai: we showed them the Greenwich Village of Bob Dylan and helped him find a Blind Faith CD he needed; he showed us the Joseph Beuys sculptures tucked away on West 26th Street near the Hudson River, ( a series of sculpted cut trees that went on and on heartbreakingly,) and we got the fabulous couple to their plane on time, although we really never wanted to see them go. We are very happy Ulrich and Cornelia will return to America in just a few weeks, to speak at the Redeeming the Realm of Rights Conference in Harlemville NY June 30 - July 3: not a moment too soon! For more infomation about the Rights Conference, please call 518.672.4465 ext.223. Speak to Gary Lamb or leave your responses on the voicemail.