10
April
2017

FLOWFORM® in China

FLOWFORM® in China

Ian Trousdell, director of Foundation of Water, writes about Flowform®, which has been based  at Emerson College  since its invention by one of the College’s early teachers, John Wilkes, in 1970.

06
March
2017

Hong Kong School seeks Waldorf Teacher

A new Waldorf primary school in Hong Kong is seeking…Grade One Class Teacher

Hong Kong School seeks Waldorf Teacher

Emerson College has been asked to spread the word that a new Waldorf school in Hong Kong seeks a Class 1 teacher.

16
January
2017

Announcement about the Anthroposophic Psychotherapy course

The current course on Anthroposophic Psychotherapy, Psychiatric Disorders (Children and Adults), and Psychosomatics which began in the autumn of 2014 finished November 2016.

12
December
2016

Biodynamic Agriculture in Kenya

Be part of the movement to bring Biodynamic Agriculture to east Africa

Biodynamic Agriculture in Kenya

Vincent Musiko was at Emerson College in 1994-5 on the Environment Design and Biodynamic Agriculture course.

12
December
2016

The Emerson Kitchen Garden

Gardener Trude talks about her time at Emerson

Trude Lauksund took over the kitchen garden at Emerson in September this year. Here she writes about her experiences so far….
12
December
2016

They did it!

Baby and Childcare course ends

The first Holistic Baby and Child Care (EYE) Level 3 Diploma course has now been successfully completed and a graduation day with all the 19 students will take place in February 2017.

10
December
2016

Acorn Studios Social Arts Lab grows

Students at work in the Acorn Studios Social Arts Lab

Mary-Anne Paterson’s Acorn Studios Social Arts Lab is up and running and growing week by week.

02
November
2016

Forest Row School of Ceramics opens at Emerson College

Forest Row School of Ceramics opens at Emerson College

The School, run by Katrina Jenkins, is based in the Rachel Carson building at Emerson College

09
October
2016

The Invisible Man within Us

The Invisible Man within Us

Last month we welcomed Dr Broder von Laue to the College for a two-day study of “The Invisible Man within Us”.......

03
October
2016

Goetheanism at Emerson: new seeds this autumn

Written by Philip Kilner (Goethean Science Tutor)

Goetheanism at Emerson: new seeds this autumn

A series of five Saturday morning workshops and a symposium in Goethean Science are starting very soon.

03
October
2016

Lifeways 2016: Turning Points

written by Sue Peat

Lifeways 2016: Turning Points

The picture of a signpost on the brochure offered a choice – Tenerife to our left, or Lifeways up the hill to the right.......

26
July
2016

Excursion of the Visual Art Students to Switzerland

Landscape and Art

The third term started in April 2016 with an exceptional opportunity for us visual art students: thanks to Rudolf Kaesbach's initiative we had the chance to spend four weeks in Switzerland.

28
June
2016

Visual Arts students’ exhibition of graduation work

Students' final presentaton and graduation ceremony takes place

Visual Arts students’ exhibition of graduation work

After three years of study that includes clay modelling, wood and stone carving, casting techniques, and drawing and colour work, our latest cohort of students has graduated.

06
April
2016

The Emerson Living and Learning Community – an outline

The Emerson Living and Learning Community – an outline

The Emerson Living and Learning Community is a new concept for sustainable living and social development which responds to the needs of humanity at a time when there are many concerns about the way we live together and relate to nature.

 

 

01
February
2016

Lifeways Week in England, A Heartwarming Experience for All Ages

Guest article by Mary Lee Plumb-Mentjes

Lifeways Week in England, A Heartwarming Experience for All Ages

"There is a Lifeways Week held each year in midsummer at Emerson College in Forest Row, England.  I had heard that that this event really succeeds in keeping all family members engaged, and this past summer I went to see how it was staged." 

 

In America the word, “Lifeways,” is associated primarily with providing care for the child between infancy and three years of age, when it is not feasible for the very young child to be at home with a parent during the day.  In England the emphasis of Lifeways is the encouragement of individuals all ages from the young child to teenagers, from young and old single adults, to parents and  grandparents, to join together in the celebration of Life.  

 

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