"And you give a name to everything and the word is born as a creative source"     On April 21st and 22nd, we continue our journey through the 7 Arts and arrive at the fifth meeting of “The path of human being through the Arts” with Severino Airoldi as a guest who will guide an Artistic Workshop for the Speech Art and Theater Community. Through the artistic word we explore fields as vital as: the voice · the breath · the listening · the spoken sound. Creativity, vitality and joy accompany us in speaking exercises and recitation of poems, where we look for the relationship between voice and the gesture. We discovered vowels and consonants as an inspirational source. The theatrical improvisation, the creation of scenes and characters leads us to lose our inhibitions, live in the present and trust one's own creativity through a relaxed and familiar atmosphere. "Any game in which the person has to transform and play a role, is beneficial for the soul, it takes it out of its accustomed routine and reinforces its freedom and adaptability" Georg Kuhlewind

2023-03-30T12:03:08+00:00March 30th, 2023|


Music is an essential element for achieving a healthy development in the evolutionary process of growth and learning. The sound of music awakens balanced and harmonic thought, connects with sensitivity, encourages the will and facilitates the social quality of listening. Music and singing situate the performer on the fine line between the intangible and the sensitive, making them part of an authentic spiritual experience. “When human beings listen to music, they have a feeling of well-being because the tones harmonize with what they have experienced in the world of their spiritual home” Rudolf Steiner It is an essential art in our time to recover the connection with oneself, with others and with nature.

2023-02-23T10:34:03+00:00February 23rd, 2023|


On February 3th and 4th we held the Painting Workshop for the Educational Community given by Víctor Mardaras at Fundació Sa Llavor. We open the meeting experimenting through Eurythmy the essential qualities of blue and yellow, of darkness and light. We live its polarities in our movement and gesture, from the deep and dark to the expansive and luminous and vice versa. With the opposite blue triangle and yellow triangle represented on the human figure, the two triangles meet at the center of the chest creating a green diamond, space of freedom. From this place of openness we move and create. Now we are attuned to start painting from pure color. We transit through watercolours the luminous yellow, the serene blue, the willful red. What color do I identify with? Which one lives strongly in me? From that color, we create a composition where we invite other colors to dialogue, seeking balance and harmony in giving and receiving. A new horizon opens when observing the paintings the next day, something that leads us to live the colors from another material. The pastel chalks offer us the possibility of painting softly, creating the spectrum of the 7 colors from the 3 primaries. They open up new paths of expression, new tones and unexpected individual and group discoveries. The colors captured on paper were also able to be experienced in space thanks to the eurythmic movement. The Greek myth of Iris, daughter of Thaumates and Electra, messenger of the gods and goddess of the 7 colors, representative of the invisible and of the union of Heaven and Earth , inspired us to live the movement of color in space, creating and experiencing the gesture of colors, violet, blue, green, yellow, orange, red, indigo. How is the movement of blue? How does it differ from the movement and gesture of yellow? How does red move? We express the qualities and the deepest essence of colors through individual and group movement. An exercise in drawing with charcoal in black and white gave us the experience of creating an object with volume and weight on paper, with lights and shadows. This experience is associated with the history of painting, when the artist manages to give objects and figures their own weight and depth. Finally, after listening to a brief narrative about the origin of the arts, we held a session in which each participant decided freely the materials, format and theme of His painting. Intuition, imagination and artistic inspiration sow the beginning of a new path that encompasses and collects the experience of color and painting.  

2023-02-23T10:24:49+00:00February 23rd, 2023|


“Music is an Educational Art par excellence, is inserted in the Soul and the form in the Virtue" Plato   On the 3rd and 4th of March we invite you to continue "The path of the human being through the Arts" and immerse yourself in the Art of Music. Take part in the Music Workshop for the Educational Community as part of the Cycle of the 7 Arts presented by the Escuela Cultura of the Fundació Sa Llavor. Music awakens the deepest parts of the human being and activates vital forces and sensitivity. It strengthens the sense of community and solidarity. As an art that is sustained over time, it has a special relationship with the development and evolution of human life. Music lives in the past as an art linked to humanity, and in the future as an artistic healing force that links our cosmic origin with earthly experience, opening doors towards salutogenesis and healing in the human being. - Perceive how music is movement on all levels, in your body, in your soul, in your most spiritual principles. - Experience how music needs an instrument to materialise, either with our innermost instrument, the voice, or with others more external to us, such as the lyre. - Experience some of the planetary and zodiacal qualities in yourself, thanks to melodies and exercises specially created to cultivate self-perception. -Learn about the holistic conception of singing thanks to an in-depth study of the work carried out by the singer Valborg Werbeck-Svärdström.   "Everyone has a voice to sing. Our goal is to discover it, remove the obstacles and free the voice" Valborg Werbeck   More information: escolacultura@sallavor.es Registration here>     JOSÉ SALINAS Musician, Telecommunications Engineer. Trained in Music Therapy, Human Biography and Werbeck Singing. He dedicates himself fully to music, collaborating full-time with different initiatives such as salutogenic choirs, Werbeck singing work groups, conducting youth orchestras, as well as giving music, singing, lyre and violin classes to children and adults. More information: escolacultura@sallavor.es Registration here>

2023-02-15T13:23:21+00:00February 10th, 2023|


"There are only colours left and in them clarity, the essence, which is that elevation of the earth towards the sun, that breathing of the depths towards love."   Paul Cezanne     On the 3rd and 4th of February we held at Sa Llavor the Artistic Painting Workshop for the Educational Community within the Cycle of the 7 Arts "The path of the human being through the arts" presented by the School of Culture of the Sa Llavor Foundation. Painting is colour, light and darkness, form and void, image and symbol, movement and rest. How to make visible in the world the unlimited, the eternal, the invisible? Through the essential and expressive qualities of colour, light and shadow and different pictorial techniques and resources, we open the way to imagination and inspiration, sources of conscious creation. -Discover the purity of colours and their enormous expressive possibilities. -Learn different techniques and experiment with watercolour, pastel or charcoal. -Access the imagination and experience an intuitive and inspiring process. -Develop the art of contemplation and create in community. Painting, drawing, observing colour and shapes, balances, harmonises and enriches the connection with oneself, with others and with nature. The artistic process encourages freedom, activates genuine thought, awakens sensitivity and creative action. It opens an imaginative space that facilitates experimentation and knowledge.     VÍCTOR MARDARAS The Painting Workshop is taught by Víctor Mardaras. Multidisciplinary artist trained at Emerson College, UK. Specialist in Steiner and Biodynamic Pedagogy. Teacher of Gamelan Orchestra. Coordinator and teacher in the creation and development of Artistic Processes in Primary and Secondary Education and Teacher Training. Co-founder of the Fundació Sa Llavor.   More information: escolacultura@sallavor.es Inscription here>        

2023-01-27T16:02:51+00:00January 27th, 2023|


  Since ancient times, human beings have had the impulse to model, sculpt and carve the material around them, bringing out the latent essence in it. - Make sculptures with clay, discovering the surprising creativity of your hands. - Create forms that change and transform, to give you the opportunity to perceive the processes of time. - Make sculptures with natural materials, to discover the beauty of nature. - Travel the path of the human being through sculpture, from Ancient Greece and Michelangelo to the 20th and 21st century. The artistic process encourages freedom, activates genuine thought, awakens sensitivity and creative action. It opens up an imaginative space that facilitates experimentation and knowledge. Sculpting and modelling through a variety of methods and materials, facilitates the path of perception and dialogue, connection with oneself, with others and with nature.       RUDOLF KAESBACH Rudolf Kaesbach, Sculptor and Architect, director for 30 years of Art Education at Emerson College, Forest Row, England. He travels to schools all over the world teaching art programmes for children and adults, in order to revalue the importance of art for human evolution and social transformation. Rudolf Kaesbach is the person invited to guide the next Artistic Sculpture Workshop for the Educational Community "The future rests in the past", which we are holding at the Fundació Sa Llavor on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th January 2023. It presents a Workshop Talk open to the families of the Community on Wednesday 11 January from 15:30 to 17h. with the title "The importance of Art in Education". During the month of January, he will also carry out artistic processes of modelling, wood carving and stone sculpture with the children of Sa Llavor. Rudolf Kaesbach gives a major role in education to art and direct contact with nature, the greatest of all works of art, both essential elements to counteract the effects of technology and to be able to have a balanced and healthy development that allows us to live, feel and think freely.   Information: http://www.sallavor.es/el-camino-del-ser-humano-a-traves-de-las-artes/ escolacultura@sallavor.es Registration here>  

2022-12-24T08:04:22+00:00December 23rd, 2022|


REPORT OF THE ARCHITECTURE WORKSHOP   On 25 and 26 November, as part of the programme of Artistic Workshops for the Educational Community presented by the Fundació Sa Llavor's Escuela Cultura, we went on a journey with Rudolf Kaesbach where we experienced the art of architecture. Architecture is part of the life of humanity. There is a direct relationship between architectural forces, spaces, landscape and the evolutionary path of human beings on Earth. The art of architecture is a process of seeking harmony with the environment through the creation of spaces, which allows us to balance the polarity of the universe and nature with the inner experience of the human being. Architecture is a physical reflection of the human soul experience related to the landscape and the immediate environment.       The mysterious megalithic constructions serve as a starting point for us to learn to grasp the sensitive relationship that human beings have with the landscape, an environment that was once perceived so intensely that we needed to build in order to balance and counterbalance the experience that emerges from the perception of the mountains, the immense valleys, the infinite horizons, where our spirit can get lost and not find its centre, its own temple.     In the Gothic cathedral, art and spirit are expressed in perfection. In addition to unifying the seven arts in itself, giving them meaning and unity, the cathedral is an image of the ideal spirit of the period: strong and imposing on the outside, like a knight in armour; luminous, spacious and humble on the inside, like a saint. The cathedral offers those who walk through it the experience of the spiritual path through the different levels or spaces that are traversed along the way, from the entrance door to the altar, a concentrated place full of light that symbolises communion, the final illumination of the gods.       Within contemporary architecture we find examples of Japanese architect Tadao Ando, where reverence for nature and dialogue with the environment remain alive. His architecture works with light, geometric shapes and elements, creating closed spaces that invite serenity and introspection, and open spaces in harmony with nature. Tadao seeks to express the spiritual unity of the human being through the architectural experience.       The architectural ensemble of the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland, an architecture designed by Rudolf Steiner, brings together the wisdom of the human being through the seven arts in a sensitive dialogue with the environment, constituting a space in which the arts are alive and show spiritual processes.     What is our current experience with the forces of architecture? In this age, the need arises to build a sacred temple in our hearts on the pillars of goodness, beauty and truth.   IMPRESSIONS OF THE PARTICIPANTS   "To look at breathe the architecture to let space slip between the seams of being to let a corner fill everything let emptiness occupy the soul Dialogue between landscape and roof between cloud and

2022-12-24T05:41:30+00:00December 13th, 2022|


  "Nature must become an art and art a second Nature"  Novalis   7 ARTS ARTISTIC WORKSHOPS FOR THE EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITY 2022-23 The artistic process fosters freedom, activates genuine thought, awakens sensitivity and creative action. It opens up an imaginative space that facilitates experimentation and knowledge. It shows us the path of perception and dialogue, the connection with oneself, with others and with Nature.   Schedule: Fridays from 5pm to 8pm // Saturdays from 10am to 1:30pm // 2:30pm to 5pm.   Venue: Fundació Sa Llavor: Fundació Sa Llavor. Plaça Metge Borràs, 3. Binissalem. Mallorca   Requirements:  This training is open to anyone, with no need for previous artistic training.      It is possible to participate in the workshops independently   Created and designed by: Escuela Cultura Team - Fundació Sa Llavor   Escuela Cultura Team   Sofía Sevilla Eurythmist, trained at West Midland Eurythmy School, UK and Eurythmy School in Madrid. Degree in Artistic and Pedagogical Eurythmy from the Performing Arts Section of the Goetheanum, Dornach. Biologist, doctorate in Botany and Education for Sustainability. Specialist in Steiner Pedagogy and Biodynamics. Coordinator and teacher of Holistic Education, Science and Performing Arts Projects in Primary and Secondary Education and teacher training. Co-founder of the Fundació Sa Llavor.   Victor Mardaras Multidisciplinary artist trained at Emerson College, UK. Specialist in Biodynamics and Steiner Pedagogy. Gamelan Orchestra Teacher, Indonesian Traditional Music. Coordinator and teacher in the development of Artistic Processes in Primary and Secondary Education and teacher training. Co-founder of the Sa Llavor Foundation.   Irene Sevilla Speech Art Artist. Specialist in Steiner Pedagogy and Dramatic Art. Member of an action-research group led by Sarah Kane in UK in the field of Creative Speech and Interpretation according to the Chekhov Method. Psychologist, specialized in psychoanalytic psychotherapy and the needs of children and adolescents. Trained in INPP (Neuro-Physiological Psychology). Coordinator and teacher in the design of the Artistic Process in Early Childhood, Primary, Secondary Education and Teacher Training. Co-founder of the Sa Llavor Foundation.   Guests   1 // 25th-26th November, 2022 // Architecture: Forms Disappear in Forms The landscape and the elements that shape it are reflected in the local architecture. A dialogue is created between periphery and centre, between landscape and architecture. With the perception of our senses we discover these relationships. Through eurythmic movement and modelling we evoke the possibilities of artistic research that pays special attention to form and space.   Guest: Rudolf Kaesbach Born in 1950 in Rio de Janeiro. Studied architecture and sculpture in Zurich and Dornach. Director of sculpture training at Emerson College (UK) for 30 years. Travels all over the world conducting art workshops with the aim of revaluing the importance of art for education and social transformation.   For more information here> Registration here>   2 // 13th-14th January, 2023 // Sculpture: The future rests in the past It is not the singular form, but the process, which fosters creativity, allows us to enter into process thinking and embark on creative action.

2023-03-06T10:43:35+00:00November 4th, 2022|


A R T I S T I C   W O R K S H O P   2 0 2 2 First Cycle of Artistic and Healer Processes Escuela Cultura, transformative and active impulse of the Sa Llavor Foundation, in collaboration with Visionary Woman Art Research Group, presents in January 2022 a new cycle of Artistic Workshop with theoretical-practical work sessions for adults, which reconnect with the essence of art and live the artistic process as a journey into the unknown where intuiting and imagining gives us inspiration and deep learning on a personal and social level.   7 meetings // 7 Sundays January 30 to March 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sa Llavor Foundation. Plaça Metge Borràs, 3. Binissalem. Mallorca   Created and designed by: Escuela Cultura - Fundació Sa Llavor, Mallorca   Talk-Workshop   Introduction In this First Cycle of Artistic and Healing Processes, we are going to explore the relationship between Art, Science and Spirituality in constellation with the works of Hilma af Klint and Emma Kunz. We open a space for experimentation, creation and critical thinking through artistic practices, scientific experiments created at the beginning of the 20th century, Goethean observation, movement and words. This space of seven sessions of four hours each, is led by specialists in one or more of the proposed topics, with the intention of opening doors to liminal spaces. The artistic processes carried out by the participants are visualized and taken into an exhibition format.   Hilma af Klint and Emma Kunz Researchers and artists, Hilma af Klint (1862-1944) and Emma Kunz (1892-1963), explored the supersensible world through art and science, predicting that their work would be understood and useful for future generations. The incredible popularity of his works today confirms the relevance of graphic research and the holistic view of the human being. His creations present us with an opportunity to discover the mysteries of life and a two-way purpose to return to unity.   Program Art, Science and Spirituality An approach to esoteric cartography by the artists Hilma af Klint and Emma Kunz We offer a space for individual and collective experimentation, creation and critical thinking, through artistic practices, scientific experiments from the beginning of the 20th century, Goethean observation, movement and words.   Day 1 // January 30 // The 4 Directions: Create an orientation map in the 4 directions to build the foundation of the artistic and healing process. We will use clay modeling to create pure forms that visualize the formative forces, inspired by the platonic solids and the direction plate and pendulum that Emma Kunz used to perceive the laws of Nature and spiritual connections.   Day 2 // February 6 // Contemplation: Cultivate the art of contemplation to capture the essence of the forms of Nature and capture them through painting. With the technique of pastel and painting, we will create prints based on the experience of Goethean observation of the plant world, inspired by the notebooks that Hilma af Klint created during

2023-02-06T08:19:17+00:00December 22nd, 2021|


Connect with life Awaken your expressive and artistic abilities Experience the world of formative forces and their qualities Create with your hands in contact with natural materials Live art in community In 2022 starts a new workshop for adults that connects with the essence of art and experiences the artistic process as a journey into the unknown where intuiting and imagining provides us with inspiration and deep learning on a personal and social level. Supported by the pedagogical team of the Fundació Sa Llavor, this training is structured in practical and experiential modules, and is based on the principles of the holistic Sa Llavor pedagogy: Comprehensive development; Freedom and confidence; Connection with life; Community and service to others. Currently, the artistic process that will be presented to the entire Community in 2022 is being carried out with the Foundation team.

2022-10-19T07:42:38+00:00October 1st, 2021|
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