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Past Workshops

Nevada Waldorf School Workshop, July 31-August 2, 2015
Nevada Sage Waldorf School invites you to this enriching community event: Lazure our Great Room with Robert Logsdon!  JOIN US AT Nevada Sage Waldorf School, 565 Reactor Way – Reno NV 89502. Reserve your spot by July 15, 2015! Learn the beautiful art of lazure painting with master lazure artist, Robert Logsdon and transform our school’s Great Room into a tableau of colors.


Weekend Workshop near San Francisco, CA, Oct. 18-20, 2013
A two-day intensive with master Lazure artist Robert Logsdon, to benefit The New Form Technology Research Center.  The workshop will begin on Friday evening with registration and an introductory talk by Frank Chester and Robert Logsdon.
We will learn wall preparation and color application techniques and create, with lazure color, a beautiful color space.
Weekend workshop fee is $180, with an early registration discount before September 15th.  Click here: Lazure_Workshop_Flyer to download registration form.


Summer Intensive at The Alkion Center, June 23 – 28, 2013
Color Psychology & Enlivening Environments – We will explore the alchemy of color experience, the human soul, the art and craft of Lazure painting and its effective application in school, home, business and healing environments.
This seminar is part of a “conference on the beautiful unity of the twelve distinct senses, as outlined by Rudolf Steiner. We will explore how healthy, joyful child development is supported by age appropriate, timely activities and practices. How can trust, emotional stability, identity, social awareness, empathy, self confidence, perseverance and other aspects of being human be nurtured and educated? We will build an awareness of this crucial field through seminars, presentations, artistic activities, and conversation.” (excerpted from the conference website)
(Application and tuition information)


Anchorage, AK: July 31 – August 9, 2012
A ten day Lazure painting and color study workshop led by Robert Logsdon, together with Martha Loving and Diane Goettlicher, at the Winterberry School of Anchorage, AK.

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