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The 6th Annual Mountain Culture Festival in Hunter, New York
July 9 th and 10 th, 2005

The Office of the Professional Human Being will be appearing live at The 6th Annual Mountain Culture Festival, presented by the Catskill Mountain Foundation, in the Village of Hunter, New York on the weekend of July 9th and 10th, 2005.

Part performance, part opportunity for public and personal reflection, The Office of the Professional Human Being, presented by Alexander Komlosi, P.H.B., will be available for visits by festival goers on both Saturday and Sunday. The Office will be open from 10A.M to 1P.M. and 2P.M. to 6P.M. both days. No appointment is necessary for the initial twenty-minute session. Clients may register with the Professional’s Assistant. The Office tent will be located on the festival grounds.

Begun as a respectful parody of the psychotherapeutic process, The Office of the Professional Human Being has grown to become a real and virtual event during which people share and reflect upon the distinctive experiences that characterize what it means to be human. The initial consultation - conducted by Komlosi in English, French, or Czech - is free.

Festival goers will be able to visit The Office of the Professional Human Being and address such questions as:

 -Are you interested in becoming a human being? Do you feel you already are one?

The 6th Annual Mountain Culture Festival, presented by the Catskill Mountain Foundation, celebrates distinctive mountain culture and landscapes throughout the world by bringing international and regional music, art, fine crafts, film, food, farm animals, and family fun to the Village of Hunter on the weekend of July 8th, 9th, and 10th.

In just six years, the Catskill Mountain Foundation has become one of the premier cultural organizations in its region, with the goal of presenting the work of outstanding artists from the Catskill region and beyond. The 6 th Annual Catskill Mountain Culture Festival promises to attract nearly 6,000 people. The Festival is designed to entertain, educate, and enlighten festival goers of all ages.

Alexander Komlosi is a Czech-Russian-Slovak-Polish-German first-generation American writer, director, and actor whose work explores the energy and dynamics of open, honest, and joyful communication. Although The Office of the Professional Human Being has been open for consultations in the Czech Republic and France since 2000, The 6th Annual Mountain Culture Festival will be The Office’s first appearance in the United States. The performance is made possible, in part, by the Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance Art, supported by the Jerome Foundation in celebration of the Jerome Hill Centennial and in recognition of the valuable cultural contributions of artists to society , and the New York State Council on the Arts.

For more information and/or directions contact: info@professionalhumanbeing.net or go to www.catskillmtn.org/mcf/index.php

The 2005 Mountain Culture Festival, The Catskill Mountain Foundation, 7970 Main Street, P.O. Box 924, Hunter, N.Y., 12442, Ph: 518-263-4908, Fax: 518-263-4459