Events

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Sponsored by the Pfeiffer Center

Pfeiffer Center
Volunteer Days

Next Volunteer Day: Friday, June 23, 9:00am-12:30pm

On select Fridays from April to November, the Pfeiffer Center welcomes volunteers to pitch in and work along with Mac, Megan, and the interns. It's a great opportunity to get your hands dirty, make new friends, and get a taste of life in the garden.

Upcoming volunteer days are: June 23, July 7 & 21, and August 4.

Information: For all the details, please visit this page.


Sponsored by the Fiber Craft Studio

Fiber Craft Studio
Open Studio Afternoons

Friday, June 23, 2:00-4:30pm

Come visit us at our Studio in Orchard House on every Friday afternoon through June 23 to browse, see us at work, and experience our unique plant-dyed materials. Our yarns and craft kits are available for sale, and we are ready to assist you as needed.

Location: The Fiber Craft Studio, Orchard House, 275 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY. Park on Orchard Lane.

Information: Call 845-425-2891, email information@fibercraftstudio.org, or visit our web site.


Sponsored by the Fellowship Community

St. John’s Festival

Saturday, June 24, 7:30pm

A St. John’s Tide performance of the Four Elements by community children will precede the torch lighting of the bonfire. The Showed-Up String Band will then play and there will be a square dance caller. Watermelon and popcorn will be served.

All are welcome!

Location: The South Lawn of Hill Top House, The Fellowship Community, 241 Hungry Hollow Road, Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Information: Call 845-356-8494 x2.


Sponsored by Sunbridge Institute

Sunbridge Institute
Summer Series 2017

June 25-July 28

This summer's line-up includes 19 professional development and general interest courses and workshops on topics in Waldorf education from early childhood through high school, plus leadership and the arts, presented in a variety of formats to meet everyone's needs.

We've added some great new titles (The Urban Waldorf Kindergarten; Working with Parents; and The Power of Folk Dancing in Grades 1-6, to name a few), while still offering such traditional favorites as Collaborative Leadership and our Approaching the Grades courses (with Gary Banks introducing an innovative twist for Grades Seven and Eight). Representing the arts are Painting with Plant-Dyed Wool; Painting in the Grades; and our returning Eurythmy and the Growing Child workshop. We're happy to announce that Nancy Blanning and Motria Shuhan are teaming up to present a professional development course for Waldorf early childhood educators; Stephen Sagarin is leading a team of high school educators in a new course exploring Waldorf high school education; and Margot Amrine is back to teach our popular course on literacy in the early grades. And what would a Sunbridge summer be without our magical Introduction to Waldorf Early Childhood Education and our equally wonderful Waldorf Weekend?

Visit this page for a complete overview of Summer Series 2017.

Information: Contact Helen Lee, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at hlee@sunbridge.edu or 845-425-0055 x20.


Sponsored by The Christian Community—
Movement for Religious Renewal

Sunshine Summer Day Camp
for Children Ages 3-7

June 26-30
July 3-7
July 10-14

At Sunshine Summer Day Camp, children experience the joy and wonders of childhood through outdoor play as well as activities such as coloring, water play (baby pool or sprinkler), craft making, bubbles, chalk, walking through the forest and field, morning circle time, singing and stories. An organic snack is served in the morning.

Location: The Christian Community Church, 15 Margetts Rd., Monsey, NY.

Schedule: Four weeks are available: June 19-23, June 26-30, July 3-7, and July 10-14. Camp days run from 8:15am to 1:00pm.

Fee: $350 per week, or $300 per week for more than 2 weeks of camp or for siblings. Scholarships may be available upon request.

Information, and to register: Please contact Melissa Barton at 845-642-2476 or melissabarton2@gmail.com.


Sponsored by Sunbridge Institute

Painting with Plant-Dyed Wool:
The Art of Creating Needle-Felted Pictures
With Judit Gilbert

Monday, June 26-Tuesday, June 27

Open to educators, parents, artists, and others. No previous needle-felting experience necessary.

Immerse yourself in the beautiful craft of needle-felting! Under the expert instruction of an established craftsperson and Waldorf educator, you will: Explore the art and technique of needle-felting; discover how to layer the surface and manipulate color, light, and texture; work with the natural, delicate beauty of plant-dyed wool; and create your own wool painting, and bring home the know-how to continue this craft on your own.

Judit Gilbert is a Waldorf teacher and accomplished fiber artist specializing in needle-felted wool pictures depicting fairy tales, using plant-dyed colors. Her artwork can be seen on her website, woolpictures.com.

Location: Sunbridge Institute, Threefold Main House, 285 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Fee: $350 (includes all materials and non-refundable $30 registration fee).

Information, and to register: Email summer@sunbridge.edu, call 845-425-0055 x20, or visit this page.


Sponsored by the Fiber Craft Studio

Applied Arts Program:
A Professional and Artistic Training
for the Teaching of Handwork

Tenth Cycle Begins June 26-July 7

This four-year part-time handwork teacher training involves a path of learning and inner development based on the study and practice of anthroposophy, Waldorf education, the arts and the fiber crafts. It is especially designed for those who currently teach or would like to pursue teaching handwork, and would like to engage with others on a similar path in order to deepen, expand, and better articulate the importance of their work.

Location: The Fiber Craft Studio, Orchard House, 275 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Information: Call 845-425-2891, email information@fibercraftstudio.org, or visit this page.


Sponsored by Sunbridge Institute

Eurythmy and the Growing Child:
How Does Eurythmy Support and Enhance the Waldorf Curriculum?
With Laura Radefeld

Sunday, July 2

Open to all but especially relevant for Waldorf teachers and parents.

Eurythmy is essential in order for Waldorf education to fully serve the child. But what is eurythmy? What does it actually do for the child? How does it fit into the Waldorf curriculum, and what is its contribution and impact? In this highly experiential workshop, you will deepen your understanding of why this art form is so essential to the Waldorf pedagogy, and experience for yourself elements of the eurythmy curriculum from kindergarten across the grades.

Laura Radefeld teaches grades 8-12 eurythmy at Green Meadow Waldorf School, where she has been a member of the faculty since 2010 and also sits on the Collegium and the Curriculum Development Committee.

Location: Sunbridge Institute, Threefold Main House, 285 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Fee: $45 (including non-refundable $25 registration fee).

Information, and to register: Email summer@sunbridge.edu, call 845-425-0055 x20, or visit this page.


Sponsored by The School of Uncovering the Voice
& Threefold Educational Center

East Coast Singing Training
With Christiaan Boele

Session 3: July 5-9

"Every human being has a singing voice. Our work is to unveil, take away the hindrances, and free the voice."

— Valborg Werbeck-Svärdström

This course is a study in singing from the School of Uncovering the Voice, an artistic impulse first developed by Mrs. Valborg Werbeck-Svärdström under the guidance of Rudolf Steiner. In this work, the singer and the process of singing is viewed holistically, encouraging a natural opening and balancing of the voice.

Newcomers are welcome to join Session 3 even if they did not attend Session 1 or 2.

Christiaan Boele travels the globe year round teaching courses and workshops. He brings profound depth, warmth and humor to his work. His workshops are refreshing, motivating and inspiring for novice and professional singers alike.

Location: Threefold Educational Center, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

For more information, and to register: Contact Shannon Boyce: 646-932-6062 or shannonaliciaboyce@gmail.com. Click here to download a flyer that describes the complete course.


Sponsored by the Fiber Craft Studio

Fiber Craft Studio
Open Studio Afternoons

Thursday, July 6, 12:30-2:00pm

Come visit us at our Studio in Orchard House on every Thursday afternoon through August 3 to browse, see us at work, and experience our unique plant-dyed materials. Our yarns and craft kits are available for sale, and we are ready to assist you as needed.

Location: The Fiber Craft Studio, Orchard House, 275 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY. Park on Orchard Lane.

Information: Call 845-425-2891, email information@fibercraftstudio.org, or visit our web site.


Sponsored by Sunbridge Institute

Waldorf Weekend:
Foundations and Fundamentals
of Waldorf Education from Early Childhood
through High School
With Anna Silber

Friday, July 21-Sunday, July 23

Our popular Waldorf Weekend workshop is designed to provide an in-depth and experiential survey of the basis and the basics of Waldorf Education.

In addition to exploring the Waldorf curriculum from early childhood through high school, this workshop includes a discussion of Rudolf Steiner’s insights into human development and a look into the anthroposophical underpinnings of the Waldorf impulse. You’ll enjoy hands-on artistic activities such as music, movement, and drawing, and there’ll be plenty of time for questions and answers. Our Waldorf Weekends are a most memorable — and fun! — learning experience.

Sunbridge Waldorf Weekends are open to all, but especially relevant for new and prospective Waldorf community members (teachers, parents, grandparents, staff, board members) and lovers of education.

Anna Silber is Sunbridge Institute’s Director of Education. Anna taught as a class teacher at Green Meadow Waldorf School for five years and served there as a member of the Teacher Development Committee; she also worked with the Green Meadow administrator on curriculum-related projects and offered teacher support.

Location: Sunbridge Institute, Threefold Main House, 285 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Fee: $255 as a stand-alone or $175 when also registering for a 5-day course or 2-day workshop (includes all materials and non-refundable $25 registration fee).

Information, and to register: Email summer@sunbridge.edu, call 845-425-0055 x20, or visit this page.


Sponsored by Sunbridge Institute

Collaborative Leadership:
Personalized Strategies for
Becoming a More Effective Member of
Your Leadership Team
With Joachim Ziegler & Jessica Heffernan Ziegler

Sunday, July 23-Friday, July 28

No matter what your position or title is (administrator, department head, board member, faculty or section chair, director, administrative committee member, college of teachers member, staffer, key volunteer, etc.), if you participate in a planning or problem-solving process in your school, business, or organization, you have leadership responsibilities. In this highly-useful course for leaders and decision-makers, our focus is on practical work. Through a process imbued with the anthroposophical understanding of the human being and successfully applied in organizations from multi-million dollar nationals to Waldorf schools, you will learn how to improve your effectiveness as a member of your leadership team.

Each participant is asked to bring to the course his or her own organizational question, project, or challenge. Your course takeaway will be an individualized action plan for the question, project, or challenge you have brought with you, along with an understanding of the necessary skill set with which to execute it.

Bonus: Ongoing coaching support! To support you as you implement throughout the year what you have learned and practiced during the summer, this course includes conference calls facilitated by co-instructor Jessica Heffernan Ziegler scheduled from October through May. In these one-and-a-half-hour-long coaching conversations, you and your classmates will continue to hone your collaborative leadership skills, addressing and supporting one another’s progress and challenges, and so gain further insights, understanding, and expertise.

Joachim Ziegler, PhD, has been working in the fields of Organizational Development and Human Resources Development since 1994. A partner in MIRA, an international group of consultants, Joachim’s current list of American and international clients encompasses the banking, pharmaceutical, retail, and manufacturing sectors, as well as anthroposophical institutions and Waldorf schools.

Jessica Heffernan Ziegler is Executive Director of Sunbridge Institute. She has worked as an executive coach and organizational development consultant for Waldorf school administrators and teachers in both the US and Germany since 2002, with a focus on governance issues, personnel development, and leadership skills.

Location: Sunbridge Institute, Threefold Main House, 285 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Fee: $875 (includes all materials, monthly coaching calls, and non-refundable $85 registration fee).

Information, and to register: Email summer@sunbridge.edu, call 845-425-0055 x20, or visit this page.


Sponsored by Sunbridge Institute

The Power of Folk Dancing
in Grades 1 through 6
With Patricia Campbell

Monday, July 24-Tuesday, 25

Professional development for teachers and homeschool parents.

Learn how to harness the power of folk dancing to benefit your teaching and your students!

Dancing can provide students with developmentally appropriate opportunities to work on basic coordination, left-right discrimination, and the foundation senses of rhythm, self-movement, and balance, all of which are necessary for healthy sensory-motor development. In groups, dancing fosters awareness of symmetry, patterns, and geometrical forms; facilitates awareness of others; and enhances social relationships. Most importantly, dancing brings joy!

Your takeaways will include handouts with a sample of dances for each grade, resources for age- and grade-appropriate dances, and ideas for curriculum integration.

Patricia Campbell is Traditional Country Dance Teacher at Housatonic Valley Waldorf School, working with students across the lower school grades. A lifelong dancer, and a dance caller for thirty years, Patricia began her dance involvement at HVWS in 2000, when she “called” for a Harvest Dinner & Dance fundraiser for the third grade trip.

Location: Sunbridge Institute, Threefold Main House, 285 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Fee: $335 (includes all materials and non-refundable $30 registration fee).

Information, and to register: Email summer@sunbridge.edu, call 845-425-0055 x20, or visit this page.


Co-Sponsored by The Seminary
of the Christian Community in North America

“Project Human Being”:
A Summer Training for Young People
With Paul K. Chappell
& Patrick Kennedy

Wednesday, July 26-Sunday, July 30

What if we gave as much time, discipline and energy to becoming masters of empathy and understanding as our best athletes do to dribbling a basketball or our musicians do with playing their instrument? What if there were a small group of people who gave this project of developing our truly human capacities as much energy, discipline, creativity and time as we do to create the newest cellphone technology?

Who will step up to provide the leadership that is needed for a more human future?

Paul K. Chappell and Patrick Kennedy are creating a summer training offered to young people between the ages of 18 and 35 which is meant to be an answer to these and many other questions.

Participants in this summer training will explore a deeper, fuller understanding of what it means to be a human being and to cultivate those inner and outer disciplines that can transform us into individuals who can bring understanding, empathy and selfless sacrifice towards the needs of the world.

Location: The Christian Community, 15 Margetts Rd., Monsey, NY.

Fee: $300, includes meals and sleeping bag accommodation. (For other housing options, visit this page.)

Information, and to register: Email Patrick Kennedy: cckennedy2006@gmail.com or visit this page.


Sponsored by The Christian Community—
Movement for Religious Renewal

The Light That Can Be Won
from the Darkness
A Talk by Paul K. Chappell

Friday, July 28, 7:30pm

All the great stories of the hero’s journey include a moment where the dragon must be faced, the labyrinth entered where the minotaur waits, etc. Paul will share how we can enter these "places" with courage, knowing the gifts of wisdom, humility and compassion that can be found within them.

Paul K. Chappell travels widely and lectures on waging peace, ending war, the art of living, and what it means to be human. The author of The Cosmic Ocean: New Answers to Big Questions, Paul is a graduate of West Point and an Iraq War veteran.

Admission: Donations to support the Christian Community Church are welcome.

Location: The Christian Community, 15 Margetts Rd., Monsey, NY.

Information: Call 845-573-9080.


Sponsored by the Center for Biography
and Social Art

The Long Goodbye

Saturday, July 29, 9:30am-4:00pm

Imagine a time when we support each other in the quest to live fully all the way through the very last moment of life.

Connect the important work of biography with the way we prepare for and contemplate death. Enter into your own experience with thresholds and share in the wisdom of fellow travelers. We will bring artistic expression to the conversation.

Fee: $75, including materials.

Location: The Red Barn Painting Studio, on Red Barn Lane, off Hungry Hollow Rd.

Information, and to register: Contact Kathleen Bowen: center4biography@gmail.com or 413-320-1723. Please register by July 15.


Sponsored by The George Washington Carver Research Institute

Recognizing and Working to
Transform the Spirit
of Ahriman in Our Times

Wednesday, August 9-Sunday, August 12

The George Washington Carver Research Institute’s second summer intensive will feature three full days of peer-led study, nature observation, art, and presentations of participants’ original research.

The focus of our study will be the Michael Letters in Rudolf Steiner’s Anthroposophical Leading Thoughts. Each participant will be asked to prepare one of the Letters to lead our study or to share twenty minutes of original research on a field of personal interest, presented in relationship to the overarching theme of the intensive. (For example, if your field is agriculture, you might present how Ahriman is at work in modern seed engineering.)

The George Washington Carver Institute for Spiritual Scientific Research supports those interested in understanding and practicing spiritual science as laid out by Rudolf Steiner and manifested in the life, art and scientific work of the American sage George Washington Carver. We envision our meetings as a gathering of peers to support each other's work in furthering the goals of this fledgling science. Learn more about us at our website.

Fee: $50 (covers dinners, snacks, and coffee/tea).

Location: The intensive will take place at the Seminary of the Christian Community in Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Information, and to register: For a detailed description of the intensive, click here. To register online, click here. For more information, contact Natalie Adams: natradams@aol.com.


Sponsored by The Pfeiffer Center

Michaelmas Festival
in the Garden

Wednesday, September 27, 3:00-4:30pm

All are invited to help stir and spray the biodynamic preparation #500, which supports humus formation and root growth. This child-friendly event is a well-loved community tradition. We look forward to seeing you there!

Location: In the Pfeiffer Center garden, opposite 285 Hungry Hollow Road, Chestnut Ridge, NY; click here for directions.

For more information: call 845-352-5020 x20, or email info@pfeiffercenter.org.


Sponsored by the Pfeiffer Center

Fourth Annual
Farm-to-Table Dinner
Benefit for the Pfeiffer Center

Saturday, October 21

Save the date and make plans now to celebrate our autumn harvest with us!

Join Mac Mead, Megan Durney, and the Pfeiffer Center interns in the Pfeiffer Center garden for an evening introduction. Then it's on to Main House for biodynamic canapès on the terrace, followed by a candle-lit sit-down dinner with biodynamic wines in Threefold Café's Main House dining room.

This event is co-sponsored by the Parent Council of Green Meadow Waldorf School; all proceeds benefit the programs of the Pfeiffer Center. Watch this space for details!

Information: Call 845-352-5020 x113, email info@pfeiffercenter.org, or visit this page.


Sponsored by Threefold Educational Foundation
& The Art of Acting

Stand Up and Speak!
With Laurie Portocarrero

Saturday, October 28, 9:00am-5:00pm

A workshop in the series, The Art of Acting, Art of Being Human.

Who hasn’t at some point found herself paralyzed in front of a group, tongue-tied and nervous and uncertain? What to do with the podium, the notes, your hands, where to look, how to stand? We’ve all been there. For teachers, lecturers, artists, business-people, this workshop will focus on the variety of tools available from speech formation and spacial dynamics and drama, to enable us in our daily lives to stand up and speak.

Laurie Portocarrero trained in the Chekhov method under Ted Pugh and Fern Sloan, and has studied and taught movement, drama and speech in the US and abroad. A member of The Actors’ Ensemble, Walking the dog Theater, Shakespeare Alive! and Threefold Mystery Drama Group, Laurie also directs a summer children’s program, Shakespeare on the Green, and teaches drama and storytelling to special needs adults.

Location: Threefold Educational Center, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Fee: $115.

Information, and to register: Visit this page for a full description of this series of workshops and online registration. For more information, call 845-352-5020 x124 or email billday@threefold.org.


Sponsored by Sunbridge Institute

50th Anniversary
Weekend Conference

Friday- Saturday, November 10-11

On November 10 and 11, Sunbridge Institute marks its half-century milestone and its legacy as North America’s oldest Waldorf teacher education institute with a 50th Anniversary Weekend Conference. The conference will bring together individuals from throughout our many years, as well as educators, artists and innovators working within a range of Waldorf-related fields today, to participate in a program of events that will pay tribute to our past, explore and celebrate the state of Waldorf Education today, and look ahead to the future of the Waldorf movement.

Location: Sunbridge Institute, Threefold Main House, 285 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Information, and to register: Visit this page for up-to-date information and online registration.


Sponsored by The Seminary
of the Christian Community in North America

Building Christ Community:
An Open Course
Especially for Affiliates
With Rev. Bastiaan Baan,
Rev. Patrick Kennedy,
& Rev. Oliver Steinrueck

Monday, November 27–Friday, December 1

In this open course, we will investigate how community in affiliates and congregations of The Christian Community can be built up.

Themes to be covered will include: • Body, soul and spirit of a community • Pioneering situations: How to begin? • Organization, finances and practice • “You are the Body of Christ”: A Theology of community building.

Fee: $150, includes breakfast each day.

Location: The Seminary of the Christian Community, 7 Carmen Court, Chestnut Ridge, NY.

For information, and to register: Email info@christiancommunityseminary.org, call 845-356-0972, or visit this page.


Sponsored by Threefold Educational Foundation
& The Art of Acting

Calming the Chaos Within
With Laurie Portocarrero

Saturday, December 2, 9:00am-5:00pm

A workshop in the series, The Art of Acting, Art of Being Human.

We live in a troubled world, and experience daily anxieties and darknesses of every kind, that rattle and frazzle, shake and drain us, constantly knocking the ground out from under us, clouding our clarity, and upsetting our equilibrium. This workshop will focus on selected exercises and tools drawn from drama, movement, and creative speech to ground and calm, manage the darkness and chaos, and help us to strengthen our inner creative life and take hold of ourselves again, so we can bring our best to the present moment.

Laurie Portocarrero trained in the Chekhov method under Ted Pugh and Fern Sloan, and has studied and taught movement, drama and speech in the US and abroad. A member of The Actors’ Ensemble, Walking the dog Theater, Shakespeare Alive! and Threefold Mystery Drama Group, Laurie also directs a summer children’s program, Shakespeare on the Green, and teaches drama and storytelling to special needs adults.

Location: Threefold Educational Center, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Fee: $115.

Information, and to register: Visit this page for a full description of this series of workshops and online registration. For more information, call 845-352-5020 x124 or email billday@threefold.org.


Sponsored by Threefold Educational Foundation
& The Art of Acting

What Ails Thee?
With Laurie Portocarrero

Saturday, January 13, 9:00am-5:00pm

A workshop in the series, The Art of Acting, Art of Being Human.

Can we move beyond our busy and preoccupied modern habit of “HeyhowyadoingFinethanks”? Can we seek ways to turn the clear light of cool objectivity on our own soul lives and bring warm attentive interest to the human being in front of us? Can we learn to truly ask, “How are you? How can I help?” This deep-winter journey focuses on partner and pair activities and exercises that revolve around healing interactions with the Other, and how to meet in the Middle, out of truly quest-ing openness.

Laurie Portocarrero trained in the Chekhov method under Ted Pugh and Fern Sloan, and has studied and taught movement, drama and speech in the US and abroad. A member of The Actors’ Ensemble, Walking the dog Theater, Shakespeare Alive! and Threefold Mystery Drama Group, Laurie also directs a summer children’s program, Shakespeare on the Green, and teaches drama and storytelling to special needs adults.

Location: Threefold Educational Center, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Fee: $115.

Information, and to register: Visit this page for a full description of this series of workshops and online registration. For more information, call 845-352-5020 x124 or email billday@threefold.org.


Sponsored by Threefold Educational Foundation
& The Art of Acting

Art of Acting, Art of
Being Together
With Laurie Portocarrero

Saturday, February 24, 9:00am-5:00pm

A workshop in the series, The Art of Acting, Art of Being Human.

Our Western culture has a highly developed experience of individuality and self-sufficiency, perhaps at the expense of our ancient instinctive sensitivity for the group or community. Can we build a new, conscious connection to one another? In this workshop, the focus is on ensemble-building games and play, exercises in group dynamics. Great for those on boards or in faculties, for people creating schools or building businesses, or anyone seeking to experience ourselves as a conscious collective, bringing our best individual selves to the service of the community.

Laurie Portocarrero trained in the Chekhov method under Ted Pugh and Fern Sloan, and has studied and taught movement, drama and speech in the US and abroad. A member of The Actors’ Ensemble, Walking the dog Theater, Shakespeare Alive! and Threefold Mystery Drama Group, Laurie also directs a summer children’s program, Shakespeare on the Green, and teaches drama and storytelling to special needs adults.

Location: Threefold Educational Center, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Fee: $115.

Information, and to register: Visit this page for a full description of this series of workshops and online registration. For more information, call 845-352-5020 x124 or email billday@threefold.org.

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