In the process of research and development, an increasing number of people have become interested in our work. Artists working in glass, sculptors, painters and other artists have experienced the making of the glass and the engraving of the panels. Employees of WELEDA Laboratory Germany, were here and experienced the transformation of metals from a new perspective.
We invited Albert Schmidli (Pharmacist from WELEDA, Switzerland) to our first seminars at the atelier. His dynamic demonstrations of metal combustion and salt formation gave rise to an array of colour experience and transformations and also kindled enthusiasm in us.
We presented our further education training at a conference for the directors of anthroposophical art therapy institutions held at the Goetheanum in Dornach. We were also invited to speak at the Ascension Day Conference of the Arts Section about the transformation of the substances sand and chalk to glass, and the transformation of a coloured glass panel into a speaking glass. We regularly participate in the annual conference of the Medical section, and offer workshops in the meetings of art therapists and curative educators so that the therapeutic effect of metal colour light therapy can be experienced.
Again and again different groups come to our atelier to experience metal colour light therapy: doctors, co-workers from clinics, therapists, teachers and students from different schools. People come from all over Europe, USA,and Asia.
Every introduction of our coloured glass panels for therapeutic use is done through seminars at the respective institutions, and in cooperation with its doctors and therapists.
We have held seminars in many European countries, including England, Finland, Sweden, Holland, France, Hungary, Russia,Chech Republic as well as in Switzerland.
If you would like to become acquainted with metal colour light therapy, or are interested in holding a seminar at your facilities or ours, we would be happy to assist you in whatever way we can.
You can find our current events under calender of events.