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Welcome to the Rudolf Steiner Painting School

Formerly known as the Painting School at the Goetheanum, we offer a full and part-time training in artistic and therapeutic painting based on the new impulses given by Dr. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925), and on the colour research of the painter Gerard Wagner (1906-1999) who spent a lifetime working out of Rudolf Steiner’s indications.

Our questions –
What indications did Rudolf Steiner give for a new art-movement?
Why is a new art important for our lives and for the future?

Our priorities –
Inner development
Health through Art
Painting skills
Further training for artists, teachers, art therapists

More Info

Summer Painting Course

Painting with Plant Pigments

New ! Parallel Summer Courses
during which we share the morning study and discussion time and painting review.

1-7 July 2020

Summer Course for Teachers, Students and Others

with Susie Gay, Teacher and Art Therapist

Theme: The Friedwart Sketches of Rudolf Steiner for Class 7 and upwards

 

1-7 July 2020

Summer Course with Caroline Chanter

Theme: Painting as an Inner Path

Student Testimonials

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Marie from Canada

My key motivation for returning is to learn more about how to apply Rudolf Steiner’s instructions on colour, and how he saw art. The approach offered at the school is based on Gerard Wagner’s own research and studies of these instructions. This helps me as a painter to explore and experiment more with a view to developing my own feeling abilities with colours.

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Nick from the UK

I was looking for a way of re-connecting to the original painting indications of Rudolf Steiner rather than simply following the traditions established by practising artists therapists and teachers since his death. I found that the teaching provided by Caroline Chanter fulfilled this aspiration as everything is based upon a direct experience of what the colours themselves ask of us.

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Katrina from the Philippines

My year at the painting school has given me a profound experience of art, color, nature, the cosmos and of my own self, for which I am thankful. The painting approach itself is very human, a way of life. I can say that by working in this method I am truly engaged in creative activity and that it helps wake me up to my humanity.