CENTER FOR ANTHROPOSOPHY OFFERS INTERNATIONAL ONLINE EXPLORATIONS PROGRAM
As part of its offerings in foundational studies, Center for Anthroposophy (CfA) is expanding its online Explorations program to include participants from around the world.
With its online format, interested people from around the world have been able to take part in this foundational program. We are gratified that so many have been finding this course to be a meaningful and practical way to deepen their understanding of basic anthroposophy and the arts–at the same time that they are given the opportunity to consider contemporary issues facing us in our schools and society today.
Each class begins with 30 minutes of artistic work (speech/storytelling, movement, music, and pastel drawing), followed by contemplative studies on current themes, using anthroposophy as a method of inquiry. The course is intended primarily for parents, administrators, and new teachers in public and independent Waldorf schools as well as those teaching children at home.
This popular course meets on weekends twice a month on Saturdays and Sundays, 12-2 pm ET (9-11 pm PT).
Registration is now open for the third round of Explorations Online; the new cohort will begin on March 12, 2022.
Tuition for the entire course is $720, payable by credit card in 10 monthly installments of $72.
This foundational course––conducted “live” to allow for active conversations––is designed to offer a meaningful and practical way for students to deepen their understanding of basic anthroposophy and the arts, while at the same time exploring contemporary issues in our schools and today’s society.