Two Summer Courses

Summer Painting Course for English-Speakers

The Training Sketches of Rudolf Steiner – An Inner Path through Painting

Cost:  400 CHF + 50 CHF  for materials
(Students:  250 CHF + 50 CHF  for materials)


An intensive week of painting 1 – 7 July 2020

 Professional Development:

PAINTING FOR TEACHERS – from Class 7 upwards.

For teachers, students and other interested persons.

Theme: The Friedwart Training Sketches of Rudolf Steiner. Painting with Plant Based Pigments

Wednesday, 1 July   3 – 6 pm
Introduction to the Theme and Painting

Thursday,   2 July           9 – 12 pm / 3 – 6pm Painting

Friday,       3 July           9 – 12 pm / 3 – 6pm Painting

Saturday,   4 July           9 -12 pm / 3 – 6pm Painting

Sunday,     5 July           9 – 12 pm / 3 – 4.30 Painting

5 – 6pm   Contemplation of examples of the Friedwart Sketches, researched and painted by Gerard Wagner.

Monday    6 July           9 – 12 pm / 3 – 6pm Painting

Tuesday     7July           9 – 12pm Painting / 3 – 5pm Review

We will begin the day (9 –9.30) with reading and conversation relating to a lecture about colour/painting/ art by Rudolf Steiner.

Languages: English

Contact: Susie Gay at: susiegay24@gmail.com

For accommodation in Dornach contact: Caroline Chanter at: c.chanter@iriscolour.ch

 

 

Summer Painting Course for English-Speakers

The Training Sketches of Rudolf Steiner – An Inner Path through Painting

Summer Course   1 – 7 July 2020

Painting with Plant Based Pigments

Theme: The Training Sketches of Rudolf Steiner

             – An Inner Path through Painting

Wednesday, 1 July   3 – 6 pm
Introduction to the Theme and Painting

Thursday,  2 July         9 – 12 pm / 3 – 6pm Painting

Friday,        3 July           9 – 12 pm / 3 – 6pm Painting

Saturday,    4 July         9 -12 pm / 3 – 6pm Painting

Sunday,      5 July         9 – 12 pm / 3 – 4.30 Painting

5 – 6pm Contemplation of Gerard Wagner Paintings

Monday      6 July           9 – 12 pm / 3 – 6pm Painting

Tuesday  7July           9 – 12pm Painting / 3 – 5pm Review

We will begin the day (9 –9.30) with reading and conversation relating to a lecture about colour/painting/ art by Rudolf Steiner.