Robert Bateman Centre hosts Sunrise Waldorf School
The Robert Bateman Centre is located on the second floor of the former Steamship Terminal in Victoria’s inner harbour. The Centre displays 111 original paintings and several limited edition prints by the famous wildlife painter and conservationist. Opened in May 2013, on Bateman’s 83rd birthday, the venue hosts visitors from around the world. Outreach to local communities furthers the Centre’s mandate to educate children and adults about environmental issues. A joint project is now underway between Class 7-8 at Sunrise Waldorf School (SWS) in Duncan and the Robert Bateman Centre. A collection of student artworks will exhibit at the Centre May 1-31, 2014.
Below are photos from the opening on May 1 at the Robert Bateman Centre.
The exhibition of Class 7-8 artworks from Sunrise Waldorf School continues until May 31, 2014.
Public viewing in entrance lobby is free of charge.
On May 24-25 the Centre offers free admission to celebrate their first anniversaray.
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Community members and local businesses able to assist Sunrise Waldorf School in the costs of mounting this framed exhibition will be acknowledged and greatly appreciated.
Just Jake’s restaurant in Duncan, a local supporter of the arts, will exhibit the collection June 8-27, 2014.
The only accredited Waldorf school on Vancouver Island,
SWS is delighted to participate with the Robert Bateman Centre on this innovative project.
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