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Waldorf 100 Exhibition: a student’s perspective
Online and live exhibition with student´s perspective on why Waldorf is called “Learn to change the World”
This project invites Waldorf pupils (class 7 to 12) and former waldorf students, to contribute to an international exhibition “Waldorf 100 Exhibition: A student’s perspective”
Pupils from all over the world can share their opinions about why is Waldorf called “Learn to change the World” and how Waldorf education leads us to a more sustainable future. The answers should be written in a text, as well as expressed in a painting. Students contributions will be uploaded in an online exhibition where everyone can see the opinions of pupils by clicking on the different countries that participates. All are also welcome to print the exhibition and present at their own schools or Waldorf 100 related events.
This exhibition will also be presented live in Sweden at the School Eurithmy festival in the 01 of May 2019. This festival is the largest annually gathering of Waldorf students in Sweden.
The online exhibition will be available until the end of 2019.
A project from
Fabia Idoeta Fogelqvist
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Fernanda Rapisarda on 07.05.2019 at 14:37
Celia on 07.05.2019 at 14:43
Lisa Hellberg on 28.01.2019 at 10:59
Stefanie George on 25.01.2019 at 09:29
Fábia Idoeta Fogelqvist (foreningensofia.org) on 28.01.2019 at 13:55