Written by Ian Cuevas

September 9, 2023

This premiere event has already happened. But, we will be screening again at the Mingei as part of their Creative Mondays series on February 5th! We will have a different panel to answer questions and some samples of student work.

Please join us!
The Waldorf School of San Diego (WSSD) have produced a film series directed and shot by Swish Projects. It focuses on notable Waldorf alumni and details the real-world application of some of the values and skills learned during their Waldorf educational tenures. There are three interviews as well as a portrait film of the school campus. This short film features Multi-Disciplinary artist, Julian Klincewicz (The Waldorf School of San Diego), Mattel VP of Toy Design and Invention, Ed Duncan (Detroit Waldorf), and Joy Itiola (Garden City Waldorf) an Early Childhood teacher in NYC’s East Village.There is a total run time of approximately 16 minutes. We are booked to premiere its release to our local community and to the general public at the Mingei Museum on September 14th, 5-9pm.
Along with the film, will be a Q&A panel which will include Julian, the production team from Swish and some WSSD teachers.  We plan to have 2 intimate screenings (6pm and 8pm) for the evening of ~100 guests each showing.
There will be very limited seating so please RSVP for yourself and your party only. All are welcome but we can only accommodate a limited number of guests; we would love to share this experience with the general public as well as families from the school.
This featurette has a run time of 18 minutes and is family-friendly.
If you can’t attend this premiere event. Not to worry, we plan to have another showing in the winter. These videos will also be available online and a link will be available from our school website.

September 14th, 6pm to 9pm
Showtimes of 6pm and 8pm

Mingei International Museum
1439 El Prado, Balboa Park
San Diego, CA

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