• Zade Alafranji, "Kachina Doll," 2014 . Mixed media.
    Camellia Waldorf School
    The Art of Learning
    July 02, 2015 — December 06, 2015

At Camellia Waldorf School, the arts are infused into all subjects at every grade level, from preschool through eighth grade. Camellia Waldorf students work throughout their education with color and form; with clay, wood, fiber, metal, charcoal, and ink; with tone, drama, and speech; and with eurythmy as an art of bodily movement.

For 25 years, Camellia Waldorf School’s academically rigorous and developmentally appropriate approach has nurtured creativity and resilience, strengthening students’ ability to think critically, collaborate, and communicate. Students graduate as independent thinkers, becoming leaders who impact the community and the world in positive ways. Located in south Sacramento, Camellia Waldorf School has been uniquely distinguished as the most diverse Waldorf school in North America.

The objects on view represent work by students from age 5 to 14. The public reception will take place on Sunday, December 6, at 1 PM.

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