Lecture: Rudolf Steiner’s Life Story on 1/31/11

Rudolf Steiner

January 31, 2011 7:30 pm

PWS Music Room

Free, donations accepted.

How was it possible for one man to found Waldorf Education, Biodynamic Agriculture, the art of eurythmy, design the Goetheanum, renew the speech arts, teach sculpture and painting, edit Goethe’s scientific writings, write four major plays and numerous books and verses, hold 6,000 lectures, and more? Through his life story, one can follow Rudolf Steiner’s own path of development and gain a feeling for his humanity as well as his accomplishments. This talk is suitable for newcomers to the work of Steiner as well as long-time  anthroposophists, and may be of interest to Waldorf high school students who would like to know more about the founder of Waldorf education.

Sherry Wildfeuer is the editor of the Stella Natura biodynamic planting calendar and a long-term coworker in Camphill Village Kimberton Hills (PA), an intentional community that especially includes adults with developmental disabilities. Sherry is also involved in adult education, is an active member of the Anthroposophical Society and its Agriculture Section, and is a board member of Kimberton Waldorf School.

Rudolf Steiner's Life Story Flyer

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