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Margaret Shipman has been a member of the Anthroposophical Society for over 30 years and considers the work of Rudolf Steiner to be the core of her life. In 2002 she started a national study group for anthroposophy — “Geographically Engaged Members Studygroup”, or G.E.M.S. She is also a cellist and pianist and spent 36 years repairing and making instruments of the violin family. She co-authored Violin Restoration: A Manual for Violin Makers with her mentor, Hans Weisshaar, who was in the second-ever Waldorf class and knew Rudolf Steiner as a child.
In October 2020, Margaret gave a talk titled ‘The Foundation Stone and the Future’ to close the Annual General Meeting of the Anthroposophical Society in America.
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