Course Availability: Full Time Short Courses and Workshops
11th Feb to 15th March 2019
This course concentrates on painting and drawing and is inspired by Anthroposophy, which opens a wider understanding of art as an essential part of human development. Through conversation between the outer and the inner world, students enter the field of creativity. They are offered space and time to find their individual style and impulse in art.
The course leads us into the universal world of colour, space and perception and can be taken as a vocational training or a path of individual development. This artistic education can be a fundamental preparation for art and craft teaching at Waldorf Schools or Rudolf Steiner based pedagogy.
Artistic engagement offers a break from everyday life. We work with different qualities of space in painting. What makes a painting speak will be one of our central issues. Colours are of a spiritual nature. Working with them allows us to sense what lives behind the world we perceive through our eyes. Next to colours in their movement, tones and interplay, there is the question of space which gives a painting freedom.
By doing art in a concentrated way, young people may find inspiration for further steps in their career.
The course is open to anyone, with or without artistic experience. Some familiarity with the work of Rudolf Steiner would be an advantage but is not required.
The course includes blocks of drawing and gives a foundation in painting and drawing skills. The media we work in are; for painting, watercolour on paper and tempera on canvas. For drawing, charcoal, pencil, pastels and more.
TUITION FEES: £880
The course fee includes most of the course materials
Lessons take place in the mornings, Monday to Friday from 8:30 – 12:30. In the afternoons students progress their own work in the studios.
Residential accommodation and meals are charged separately.