RETURN TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD . . .
Film Premiere & Celebration of Fred Rogers
Featuring Live and Video Tributes by Distinguished Guests, including
NEW YORK FILM PREMIERE
LESSONS FROM THE NEIGHBORHOOD: What Mister Rogers was REALLY Teaching
A New Film by Judith A. Rubin
Pioneer Art Therapist, Psychologist, Psychoanalyst
(Photo: Judy as the Art Lady on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood)
Fred Rogers, American cultural icon, was a composer, author, puppeteer, ordained minister, and student of child development. He created the scripts and music for every episode of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, which ran for decades on public television. His "lessons" were timeless teachings developed through his study and consultation with mental health experts. Fred's creative talents and authentic personality enabled him to convey psychological concepts in ways that were appealing and accessible to people of all ages—ideas that remain relevant after 50 years.
THE NEW SCHOOL
Saturday, Nov. 9th 2013 at 6:30pm
66 West 12th Street
New York, NY
Creativity & Therapy in the Neighborhood: A Fred Rogers Celebration!
OTHER TRIBUTES AND PANELISTS
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Joanne Byrd Rogers
Retired Concert Pianist, Wife of Fred Rogers
Jerlean Daniel, PhD
Early Childhood Consultant
Yeou-Cheng Ma, MD
￼Pediatrician & Director, Children's Orchestra
Ellen Galinsky, MS
President, Families and Work Institute
Angela Santomero, MA
Producer, Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
Judith S. Schachter, MD
Child Analyst, Amer Psychoanalytic Assn
William Strickland, Jr.
Artist, CEO, MacArthur Award Winner
Award-Winning Sound Engineer