Worldwide Eurythmy Conference

The Apollonian Course of 1915 Cosmic Word – Human Speech
6 – 10 April 2015
Conference of the Section for Performing Arts
The conference begins on Easter Monday, 6 April 2015, at 7 p.m. and ends on Friday, 10 April 2015, at 10 p.m.
In August 1915, Rudolf Steiner invited the four eurythmy teachers Elisabeth Dollfus, Tatiana Kisseleff, Lory Smits and Erna Wolfram to a course at the Goetheanum that would form the foundation for the further development of the cosmic dimension of eurythmy and of the soul qualities in speech. Now, a hundred years later, this conference will provide the framework for our explo- ration – in lectures, workshops and conversations – of the impulses given in 1915 and their unfolding since then. How are we making use of these foundations today?
Margrethe Solstad, Shaina Stoehr, Stefan Hasler
Further information

The Washington Waldorf School is seeking a full-time trained pedagogical eurythmist

The Washington Waldorf School is seeking a full-time trained pedagogical eurythmist to teach eurythmy to children from kindergarten through grade twelve. Responsibilities will include fifteen classes per week, carried in partnership with a veteran experienced eurythmist. Mentoring assistance and support will be provided and a piano accompanist is made available for classes. Frequent opportunities exist for performing, guiding more advanced groups and individuals, and giving workshops for parents and staff.
Interested applicants will demonstrate a commitment to the Waldorf educational philosophy and be able to work in a school community with flexibility and patience. Capacities and interests in working with the theater department and drama presentations are a plus. A minimum of one year of experience teaching eurythmy to elementary aged children is preferred. We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic, creative, and loving with students in addition to having an ability to work well with colleagues, administration, and parents.
Our school, founded in 1969, is located in Bethesda, MD, just outside of Washington, DC. overlooking the Potomac River. We are a well-established, vibrant Waldorf school with fully developed curriculum and programs. We have wonderful and enthusiastic students and a strong parent body. Our school is in close proximity to rich historical and cultural offerings, yet a short drive away from mountains and ocean. We welcome your interest.
Timing for beginning employment will be determined with the applicant. Please send letter of intent and resume to Marie Maurer, HR Associate, at mmaurer@washingtonwaldorf.org or mail to Washington Waldorf School, 4800 Sangamore Road, Bethesda, MD 20816.