Study Groups

 
The following study groups are offered at Rudolf Steiner House.
All are welcome and there is no need to book. Donation £3 (£2 concessions).
 

 

 

Theosophy
With Trevor Dance
Jan 8, 22; Feb 5, 19th, Mar 5

7pm to 8.30pm

Theosophy, in four accessible chapters, is Steiner's in-depth study of the spiritual make-up of the human being. It is a potent force for awakening spiritual capacities.

Trevor is a study group leader; writer and lecturer.
Email: trevordance@hotmail.com

 
 
 
From Jesus to Christ
With Dr Sue Peat and Adrian Hotten
Jan 15, 29; Feb 12, 26; Mar 12, 26
 
7.15pm to 9pm

These wonderful enlightening lectures by Rudolf Steiner offers new understanding of the life, death and resurrection of Christ and its meaning for the earth and its relevance for our lives in the 21st century. Sue and Adrian are long term students of the work of Rudolf Steiner.

Sue is a medical consultant with a specialist interest in pain control, and Adrian is a retired accountant

Email: Suejoanpeat@gmail.com

Tel 07770 577372


 

  

TUESDAYS


The Gospel of St Luke
With Brendan McQuillan
 
Jan 23, Jan 30; Feb 6, Feb 13, Feb 20, Feb 27; Mar 6, Mar 13, Mar 20, Mar 27.
 
7.15pm to 9pm. 
 
Steiner considered the power of love to be revealed more clearly in the St Luke's Gospel than in any other Christian document. We will be studying the amazing insights Steiner gave in his lectures.
 
Brendan has edited publications of Steiner's lectures, including 'The East in the Light of the West'.

Email: ben.mcquillan@outlook.com
Tel: 0208 444 7266
 

 


 

 

WEDNESDAYS

 

 

The Riddles of Philosophy
With Trevor Dance
Jan 10, 24; Feb 7, 21; Mar 7
 
2pm to 4pm
 
This book traces the history of western philosophy from the time of the Greeks to the 19th century. It is concerned with the spiritual currents which underpin the stream of ideas and theories from an anthroposophical perspective.

Email: trevordance@hotmail.com
 
 

Christianity as Mystical Fact
With William Bishop
Jan 17, 31, Feb 14, 28, March 14, 28

2pm to 4pm

Rudolf Steiner completed this book when he was forty (1901). It represents a turning point in the evolution of his life. It deals with the evolution of Christianity from its beginnings in the ancient pre-Christian mysteries through to the Greek philosophers, on to the incarnation of the Christ.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ancient Myths
With David Lowe
 
January 10, 17 and 31; February 7 and 21;
March 7 and 217.15pm - 8.45pm  

The basis for this group will be the lectures
Rudolf Steiner gave on "Ancient Myths" in
January 1918. Steiner considers not only
the meaning of ancient myths but their
connection with the evolution of human
consciousness.
 

The Fall of the Spirits of Darkness
With Brendan McQuillan
Jan 24, 31; Feb 7, 14, 21, 28; Mar 7, 14, 21, 28
 
4:15pm to 6pm

We shall be reading selected Steiner lectures from
1917 /18 that reveal the outcomes of the victory in
heaven in 1879 of the time­spirit Michael (St George)
over forces of the Dragon.
 
Brendan has edited publications of Steiner's lectures,
including 'The East in the Light of the West:
 
Email: ben.mcquillan@outlook.com
Tel: 0208 444 7266 

Performing Arts Courses

 

CREATIVE SPEECH AND DRAMA

Creative Speech and Drama
Tuesdays
6.30pm - 8.30pm
With Geoff Norris
A series of classes integrating the artistic in­spirations of Rudolf Steiner, Michael Chekhov and other theatre and voice innovators to liberate individual creativity.
Email: jefron@hotmail.com
T: 07552 701 155
 

EURYTHMY

Studio programme
Saturdays
27th January and 1st March
6pm -6.30pm 
Demonstration with music and speech pieces, talk, questions and answers
Suggested donation £5 (£3 concessions)
 
Move, create, express, enjoy!
Sundays
21st January, 18th February and 18th March
2pm - 4pm
Booking essential at:
diana_ constantin@yahoo.com
£20
 
 

In-depth classes


Looking at Art
Illustrated talks with David Lowe
7.15pm - 8.45pm
Suggested donation £5/£3 concessions
We will be looking at two artists from the
early Renaissance, and one from the late
1800s. The talk will be followed at a later
date by a visit to the National Gallery.
 
January 24
Paolo Uccello (1397 to 1475).
Uccello was part of the development of
art in Florence, through the 1400s. We are
fortunate to have some of his paintings here
in London and in excellent condition.

February 14
Jan Van Eyck (1390 to 1441).
This artist's influence on the pre-Raphaelites
was the theme of a National Gallery
exhibition centering on the painting, the
Arnolfini Wedding. We will be looking at
this and other examples of Van Eyck's work
including the magnificent Ghent altarpiece.

March 14th
George Seurat (1859 to 1891).
The development of pointillism had a strong
influence on Seurat and the Impressionists.
His painting, The Bathers, is a significant
presence in the Impressionists rooms in
the National Gallery. We will be looking at
his most celebrated painting, Sunday at La
Grande Jatte, as well as his drawings and
smaller paintings.

David Lowe MA is an art historian and has
lectured widely in the UK and the USA. He
regularlv gives talks on Art Historv at Steiner
House and has been hosting and co-hosting
study groups at Steiner house for over
30 years.
 

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