Atlantic Beach, FL (exact location to be announced soon)
Friday, May 15, 2020 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Saturday, May 16 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday, May 17 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Creating Community Based on the Stories of Our Lives
We will consciously look at our lives, experiencing the soul work through artistic activities and sharing in safe small groups, thus building skills of self-reflection and compassionate listening. We will come to see the connection between our own stories, our immediate communities and the larger world and cosmos. Biography and Social Art deepens the bonds between our own lives and those of our students, our colleagues, and members ofour community. Through this work, we have the opportunity to positively change ourselves and the world through deepened experience and expression of our lives as a Social Art.
Jennifer Fox has been a student of Anthroposophy for over 30 years. She was a co-founder of several Waldorf school initiatives and served in the pioneering efforts of various other Anthroposophical initiatives. Jennifer has been facilitating Biography and Social Art workshops for twenty years. She co-facilitated and taught with Linda Bergh at Novalis Institute in MN before moving to Tucson. Since 2013 she has been leading Biography and Social Art workshops in Waldorf communities throughout the country.
Beverly Boyer-A graduate of the AUNE Waldorf Teacher Education program, she has divided her 25-year teaching career between the Waldorf School of Princeton, where she was a class teacher, and High Mowing School where she taught a variety of subjects, ranging from Health and Human Sexuality to English for international students. Currently, she is enjoying her work in adult education. She is also a certified therapeutic musician and plays harp for the ill and dying.