Roots of the New Movement Art, Eurythmy

“Whoso danceth not knoweth not what cometh to pass…” (Acts of John: 96)

A creative lecture/demonstration/workshop in which the: Why, Where, When of Eurythmy will be addressed.  The internationally experienced performer, eurythmist, poet, collagist, Gail Langstroth, will share from her 20 years of research.

November 5th, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. in the auditorium of the Waldorf School of Pittsburgh
Suggested Donation:  $10 per person

As a teacher and scientist, Rudolf Steiner deeply respected the freedom of his students and co-workers, and throughout his years of research and work within Anthroposophy, he himself raised the possibility of a new initiative only once.  On a beautiful spring day in May 1908, while lecturing on “The Doctrine of the Logos,” Dr. Steiner asked Margarita Woloschin,  “Can you not dance this?”

What is the significance of his question in relationship to the biographies of Eurythmy and Anthroposophy?

Come join us in celebrating the gifts that Eurythmy can bring to us.  No knowledge or experience is needed.

Gail Langstroth
Born and raised under the Big Skies of Montana, Gail spent 38 years of her life in Europe as an international lecturer and eurythmy performer. In June of 2011, she received her M.F.A. in poetry from Drew University, Madison, NJ; in January of 2012, the Patricia Dobler Poetry Prize (2011) from Carlow University. Most recently the Passager Poetry Contest, 2012, awarded her with an honorable mention for her poem, “Calla Desire.” As of September, 2012, Gail makes Pittsburgh, PA, her home. At present, alongside teaching and performing, she participates in the Mad Women in the Attic writing workshops.

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