Tessa Prast, a sixth grade student at the Berkshire Waldorf School in Great Barrington, performed as Flavio during Hudson Hall's production of "Rodelinda" by George Frideric Handel. The Berkshire Eagle reported on Tessa’s experience in the New York opera’s first in a multi-year series of Handel operas.
Ojibwe artist and Waldorf alum, Maggie Thompson, is expanding her knitwear business, Makwa Studio. She started with “two balls of yarn and a hat” and now uses vintage Brother knitting machines to make collaborative products for companies like Target.
The Guardian has done an in depth interview with actress Tilda Swinton about her latest work, career, and life in their article, ‘I am all for strangeness’: Tilda Swinton on artistic integrity, acting and the afterlife. As part of the interview, writer Kate Kellaway asked colleagues and friends of Swintons to submit questions for the interview. One question submitted by actor, Joanna Scanlan, asks Swinton: “What are the benefits of a Steiner school education?”
Save the date! The 2024 AWSNA Conference will be held June 24 - 27, 2023 at The Denver Waldorf School. This year we explore the theme, Radiant Self, Resilient Students, Robust Schools, to better care for ourselves, our students and our communities. Registration opens in February 2024.