- Students who wish to deepen their understanding of art and contemporary Anthroposophy without committing to a full training.
- Practicing Artists or young artists who have recently completed their studies, who would like to explore and research the relationship between art and Anthroposophy on a profound, up-to-date level.
- Students who are pursuing a career outside of the arts and are interested in cultivating artistic skills as a basis for a more effective engagement in their careers. Whether Waldorf-teachers, doctors, scientists or professionals in other fields, the course holds as a principle - man’s creative need for the artistic in the work he undertakes.
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Sunday, June 21, 2015
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
A Public Art Conference
Sponsored by the North American Visual Arts Section of the School of Spiritual Science
Portland Waldorf High School
2300 SE Harrison, Milwaukie, Oregon 97222
Friday, July 31
visual artists by using a series of questions to explore individuals' practice and understand
what is living in the minds and hearts of artists in this area.
Led by Laura Summer
Asked by painter Henni Geck around 1922 to inaugurate a training for painters similar to that for eurythmists, Rudolf Steiner responded with a sequence of 23 color sketches in pastels as “picture seeds” to be re-experienced and re-created by being worked out freely as watercolor paintings as the first steps of a new training for painters. As we learn to work in painting with color as our starting point, these sketches can be our teachers. We will work with watercolor and maybe some other media.
4:00 – Refreshment Break
Sunday, August 2
LINK TO PDF REGISTRATION FORM
LINK TO PDF OF THE CONFERENCE FLYER
LINK TO PDF OF CONFERENCE READING MATERIAL
CONFERENCE FEE: $25.00 Includes snacks and art supplies for workshops