As earth-loving spirits, you are cordially invited to a special workshop that will be hosted at the Dickinson College Farm from 10 am to noon on Saturday, September 7th. We are honored to host two talented instructors from the School of Eurythmy in Spring Valley, New York who will lead a community workshop on “language and music as a basis for movement”, otherwise known as Eurythmy.
For those of you unfamiliar with Eurythmy, it is a form of movement that was developed by Rudolf Steiner, a native of Austria who is known around the world for his work as a philosopher, artist, and scientist. He is the visionary for what many of us know as Bio Dynamic farming, Waldorf School education and Anthroposophy- a path devoted to spiritual science.
Our guests will lead workshop participants through an interactive exploration of Eurythmy- teaching about its origin and inviting us to connect with our landscape and each other through movement, language and sound.
Per the request of our visiting instructors, workshop participants should be 15 years or older. There is no fee for this workshop and no previous experience is required. Our only request is that participants come with an open mind!
Space is limited. Please RSVP with Jenn by Thursday, September 5th. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Light refreshments will be on hand. This event is for the Dickinson College community only.