Workshop 14 – Connect to the sacred forms within you
Description: The sessions will be divided in 3 parts. In the first part we will work with meditation. In the second part we will draw and lastly we will move our bodies. As we are doing a research project about sacred forms, we would like to invite you to have a conversation and to reflect on these matters with us.
Material: Paper, pencil, color pencil
Optional material: any material to paint; water color, guash… and any support that you need to paint with this material.
Ester G. Mecías: Born in Barcelona 1978. Visual Artist and independent researcher. Graduated in Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona in 2008. Part of the Visionary Women Research Group. Co-founder of the undisciplinary artistic collective Les Salonnières, Barcelona 2006-2018. She currently lives in Switzerland where she is doing research on the life and work of the artists Emma Kunz and Hilma af Klint, as part of the research she co-creates the colloquium series: Art, Mathematics and Spirituality. Following the Footsteps of Hilma af Klint and Emma Kunz, In collaboration with the Mathematics and Astronomy Section of the Goetheanum and with the support of the Visual Arts Section of the Goetheanum in Dornach November – December 2021. In 2020 she completes her studies within the international course of Anthroposophical Studies at the Goetheanum.
Tom Danino: Born in Israel 1992. Eurythmist. Graduated in Derech Hagai training in Israel in 2019. Studied Anthroposophy foundation year in 2015. Was a hiking guide, Astronomy guide. Worked in Waldorf schools and kindergarten. Currently living in Dornach, part of a fifth year program in the Eurythmeum Aesch, and studying painting in the Neukunstschule in Basel.
Daniela Kreimer is originally from Argentina and currently studies Eurythmy at the Eurythmeum CH in Switzerland. She also works at the NGO Ashoka as Changemaker Companies Manager. Previously, she was the Country Director of Ashoka Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay. She studied Business Management and completed her master’s degree in Local Development. She started her professional career at IBM. However, after a few years in the corporate sector she discovered her passion for social business and shifted her career. She worked with Professor Muhammad Yunus at the Yunus Centre and the Grameen Creative Lab. Based in Bangladesh, Germany and Colombia for different periods of time, Daniela worked on social business projects and microfinance programs with local companies, governments and NGOs. She is passionate about the power of art to drive change within human beings.