A Foundation Studies Program slated to begin this September will be held at the Lake Champlain Waldorf School in Shelburne. The local community is welcome to enroll in this program to study Anthroposophy, the spiritual science and philosophy of Rudolf Steiner, founder of Waldorf education. Anthroposophy is the foundation for biodynamic farming as well as various art and architecture forms throughout the world.
Offered through the Center for Anthroposophy, the class will meet every other Sunday evening from 5-9 pm. In addition, there will be one Friday evening and a full day Saturday workshop once during the fall and spring semester. Participants will explore questions of personal growth through book study, discussions, presentations, ongoing group work and artistic projects. Tuition for 16, four-hour sessions is $1,950 annually. Financial aid is available.
Registration forms, along with more general information about Foundation Studies courses, can be found on the Center for Anthroposophy’s website: www.centerforanthroposophy.org/programs/foundation-studies/registration. Please register by June 21. Contact Barbara Richardson, Foundation Studies Coordinator with questions (207) 865-6482 or firstname.lastname@example.org