A showcase of recent textiles, paintings and award winning 3D work from pupils aged 3 – 17. The exhibition gives an insight into the creative approach of a Steiner Waldorf School which enables the children’s full potential to naturally unfold and build capacities for life. See www.thebeaney.co.uk for further details.
On Saturday 11th June, this showcase will by accompanied by creative activities and puppet play for both young children and adults. This will also be accompanied by an introductory talk, Why Art Matters – How can art, craft, music and experiential learning enhance all curriculum subjects? by Ewout Van-Manen, the School Leader.
9.30am to 11am – Craft Making Fun! (ages 3-6) & Finger Puppet Making (grown-ups!)
11.45am to 12 noon – A Puppet Play: The Fairy Weaver (ages 3-6)
11.15am to 11.30am – A Talk: Why Art Matters – How can art, craft, music and experiential learning enhance all curriculum subjects?
Following the talk, there will be an opportunity to chat with staff from Canterbury Steiner School and find out more about Steiner Waldorf education from 12 noon to 12.15pm.
Location: The Front Room, The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge, Canterbury, Kent.