Curriculum of Color: Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor Annual Student Art Exhibit

Now through April 14, 2014 -- Downtown Library: 3rd Floor Exhibit and Downtown Library: Lower Level Display Cases and Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room Exhibit

In Waldorf education, the arts are an essential component of the curriculum, providing avenues for recognition and understanding of the world in which we live.

This exhibit will feature student oil and watercolor paintings, drawings and mosaics. Of special interest this year is the student work featured in the lower level display cases, which will include woodwork, handwork, and sculpture, plus beautiful main lesson books which span a curriculum that is unparalleled in diversity and richness.

Comments

I love student art work. It can be so raw.

We have a contest at DHS to provide the cover for the yearly planner that each student receives. Some of these submissions by high schoolers are amazing.