Summer Festival of Arts and Education, July 8-26, 2019

Week 1 - July 8 to 12

 

Morning Workshops

Afternoon Workshops

Art of Teaching Grade 1 – Vivien Carrady
Art of Teaching Grade 2 – Brian Searson
Art of Teaching Grade 3 – Justin Trombly
Art of Teaching Grade 4 – Les Black
Art of Teaching Grade 5 – Phil Hartman
Art of Teaching Grade 6 – Patrice Maynard
Art of Teaching Grade 7 – Jane Hill
Art of Teaching Grade 8 –  Phil Fertey

Biography - Dorothy LeBaron

Art of Teaching Grade 1&2 – Remedial (Yasmeen Mamdani) & Music (Monika Sutherland)
Art of Teaching Grade 3&4 – Remedial (Yasmeen Mamdani) & Music (Monika Sutherland)
Art of Teaching Grade 5&6 – Sculpture (Phil Hartman) & Music (Patrice Maynard)
Art of Teaching Grade 7&8 – Sculpture (Phil Fertey) & Music (Patrice Maynard)

Working with Wood - Gordon Lewis

Eurythmy - Susann Herb Eddy

Week 2 - July 15 to 19

 

Morning Workshops

Afternoon Workshops

Meditation and the Spritual Path of the Waldorf Teacher - Robert McKay

Introduction to Anthropsophical Medicine - Fiona Hughes

Magic of Coloured Dust - Brian Searson

Creative Felting - Kathie Young

Watercolour Painting - Larry Young

Week 3 July 22 - 26

 

Morning Workshops

Afternoon Workshops

Waldorf 100: The First Teachers Course - James Brian

Waldorf Essentials - Merwin Lewis

Learning English as a Second Language for Adults as a Healing Exeercise - Agathe Polach

Introduction to Waldorf Early Childhood Education - Heather Church (all-day course)

The Eastern Way of Understanding Nature and Art - Joong Gwang and Young Sook Kim

Chekov Theatre - Kati Gabor

Movement Games for Grades 1 to 4 - Marie France Bertrand

 

 


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Daily schedule

8:30 to 8:55      singing or movement (open to all participants)
9:00 to 10:30    morning course
10:30 to 11:00  coffee break
11:00 to 12:30  morning course
12:30 to 2:00    lunch
2:00  to 3:15     afternoon course
3:15 to 3:35      break
3:35 to 4:50      afternoon course

Evening activities

Research Presentations
Waldorf Teacher Graduation

 


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Registration

Festival fee is $600 per week, with discounts for multiple weeks (see online application form for details).

Half day registration (morning or afternoon) is $350. per week, with discounts for multiple weeks (see online application form for details).

All courses have limited openings and will be offered only when sufficient enrollment is reached. All fees are due upon registration. Once registered, you will receive a detailed course schedule with directions to the campus.
You may cancel your registration before June 8 and receive full refund less $75 cancellation fee. No refunds available after June 8. We reserve the right to cancel any course at 7 days’ notice, with full refund.

Lodging

A limited number of Bed and Breakfast spaces are available with local families. If you would like to offer accommodation to a festival participant and receive compensation please let us know. Local hotels are listed on our website.

Lunch

Delicious 3-course vegetarian (mostly organic) lunches are available
by pre-order only. Lunches cost $75 per week and will be served in the beautiful dining room at Hesperus Village.

Childcare at TWS Summer Camp

Toronto Waldorf School Summer Camp offers a full-day camp for children (ages 4 to 12) at a reduced fee for festival participants. To make reservations contact the camp at 647-210-8865 or camp@torontowaldorfschool.com.

Collaborating organizations

RSCT is grateful for the support of Toronto Waldorf School, Mercurius Canada, Hesperus Village and Arscura – School for Living Art, .

To register use 

Rudolf Steiner Centre Toronto
9100 Bathurst St., Thornhill, ON, L4J 8C7, Canada
905-764-7570 fax 905-889-3336 info@rsct.ca
www.rsct.ca


Click here to Download the Summer Festival 2019 Brochure

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