Acorns to Oaks Campaign
A CAMPAIGN TO GROW ON.
Our School is Growing. Let’s build our dream school together.
Our unified vision will ultimately come to life in a plan for a permanent campus that can hold our students for years to come and a capital campaign that will help us raise the funds we need to make our vision a reality.
Invitation to Participate
Consensus Design Workshop & Architecture Lecture Series
Nevada Sage Waldorf School and The Site Planning & Development Committee would like to invite our parent body to participate in the upcoming Consensus Design Workshop and Architecture Lecture Series with Oldrich Hozman who is an Anthroposophical Architect from the Czech Republic.
Beginning May 28 through June 20th our parent body will have a special opportunity to engage in the creative process of designing our new school campus. You will learn about the uses of organic shapes and materials in Waldorf architecture and how they will be applied to the designing of our classrooms, buildings and play yards. Participate in the hands-on activities using clay modeling to bring forth organic shapes and soft forms of the buildings.
We encourage all parents to participate in this exciting phase of building our dream school together. Please review the workshop schedule and lecture series dates below and come to one or come to all…feel free to join in for a portion of the time, not necessary to stay all day.
Your involvement is greatly appreciated.
Anthroposophical Architecture Lecture Series
with Oldrich Hozman, Anthroposophical Architect from the Czech Republic
This free lecture series is open to the public. All lectures will be at Nevada Sage Waldorf School in the Great Room.
Lecture One | Tuesday | May 28 @ 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Waldorf School Architecture Principles: Forms supporting children’s education, principles of “Truth”, “Beauty” and “Good” in Waldorf school architecture.
Lecture Two | Wednesday | June 5 @ 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Oldrich Hozman Presentation – Biography and Body of Work
Lecture Three | Thursday | June 13 @ 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Rudolf Steiner’s Architecture; 1st and 2nd Goetheanum
For more information, please contact Patricia Fenkell.