THE RAPHAELI WALDORF & KALLOSOPHIA SERIES
PRESENTATION: William Turner and the Sublime in Nature | 16 May (19h00) | St Peter’s Anglican Church | R60 per person
A PowerPoint presentation with Briar Grimley.
The Romantic Movement at the turn of the 18th to 19th Centuries has been portrayed as an artistic rebellion against the rational enlightenment that preceded it. It has often been characterized as a conflict of sense against reason, feeling against thought, imagination against intellect, and heart against head.
Michael Grimley taught Art and Art History in Mainstream and Waldorf schools for many years. He has a master’s degree in Fine Arts, his master’s thesis was on the concept of Freedom in the History of Art.
Enquiries and Bookings: Avice Hindmarch | firstname.lastname@example.org | http://kallosophia-forsoulandspirit.blogspot.com/ | Proceeds of this event will donated to the Raphaeli Waldorf School in Plettenberg Bay