St.John`s Tide in northern Norway. A meeting with nature, landscape and the aboriginal culture of the Sami (Laps), connected to the founding initiative for starting up a decentralized Waldorf school in the arctic Tundra.
Just like the Sami traditionally migrated with the seasons of the year, this dialog-seminar, too, will pass from space to space, always bathed in exuberant light and spectacular landscape impressions. The Hurtigruten-boat will bring us directly to Berlevåg, where we will stay in the old lighthouse, overlooking the polar sea with eagles and whales. Continuing inward, we will come to an ancient holy site at the majestic Tana-river, and listen to Esther Utsi, a Sami elder full of wisdom, sharing stories and songs and giving a deep insight into the world of Sami song and ritual. How can magic and scientific consciousness meet? Can anthroposophy mediate this dialog? And what are the chances and prerequisites for a decentralized Waldorf school in powerful nature, in these times of medialization?