The new Summerfield Arts Wall Calendar for 2022-23
After two challenging years, may this Arts Calendar bring imagination to your days and artistic inspiration moving into 2022 for our families and for Waldorf communities around the country.
Low-resolution sample pages are shown to the right and can be seen at these links:
Front and Back cover | Monthly Pages | Intro Pages
The Calendar is full color, printed on 30% post-consumer waste recycled paper. The size is 12″x9” (opens to 12″x18”) for January 2022-March 2023 with each month having a traditional month grid.
Price: Individual calendars cost $18 plus shipping.
Order TODAY! We will mail them out to you as soon as they are back from the printers.
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Why you should have this Calendar…
If you ever needed a concise illustration of what is so special about a Waldorf education, here it is! These are the ‘pictures worth a thousand words’ to show to curious grandparents, or to explain your child’s school to baffled work colleagues—a gorgeous calendar that will adorn the wall of any kitchen, home office or workspace.
Or if you just appreciate beautiful art, this calendar delivers intriguing surprises with each monthly cycle. Even those families that are wedded to their digital device for scheduling, need beauty in their lives: this publication is like a personal Waldorf art gallery that changes every month.
Here is an excerpt from the introduction:
“Rudolf Steiner, founder of the Waldorf schools, suggested that teachers begin the first day of first grade by introducing children to their hands, saying “You have two hands… These are for working. You can do all kinds of things with them.” He explained that this could form an introduction to their very first drawing lesson, a chance to demonstrate how skillful their hands can be. He went on to explain that our hands are more free than all the other parts of our bodies, and so they can work not only for us as individuals but, more importantly, to help others and indeed be of service to the whole world.”
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