Anthroposophical College of the Arts
Four-year Eurythmy Diploma Course
Beside the main topic (Eurythmy) the curriculum includes: Study of music, Painting, Introduction in Educational Eurythmy and Steiner Education, Anthroposophical Medicine, Speech formation, English literature, Sculpture (clay-modeling), Anthroposophy, Art-history, Form-drawing.
The course culminates in a Diploma, recognised by the “Section for Speech, Eurythmy and Music” in Dornach, Switzerland.
The graduates can work as eurythmy teachers in Rudolf Steiner schools, also in therapeutic communities, in schools for children in need of special care, and in adult education.
The graduates also can continue with further training, such as Pedagogical Eurythmy, Curative Eurythmy, or Eurythmy as Performing Art.
The founder, the main teacher and the Artistic Director of the College is Birgith Lugosi. She was born in Austria, in 1945. Birgith has accumulated a wealth of experience in the arts, health care and business. She studied Painting and History of Art, she worked as a restorer of antique wood-sculptures and also as a Medical Assistant. With her love of art, music and dance, she was naturally attracted by the unique, embracing art of Eurythmy. She studied Eurythmy for four years at the Eurythmy Academy in Munich and received her Diploma in 1984. She also finished the Curative Eurythmy Training in England, recieved her Diploma in 2003, followed by clinical practice in Re-Ha Hospital in Schloss Hamborn, Germany. Birgith is also the co-founder (with Burnum Burnum and Dr. Karl Kaltenbach) of the Eurythmy Guild, incorporated in Victoria.
Aurora Australis, P.O. Box 18, Kew 3101, Victoria, Australia
Phone: (+61 – 3) 9852 – 8751