Kristen Daley, Practical Arts - Handwork
609-466-1970 x 618
Kristen Daley received a bachelor of fine arts degree in fiber arts from Wayne State University in Michigan and completed the Waldorf foundation studies program in Detroit. Ms. Daley has been teaching handwork at the Waldorf School of Princeton since 2005. In addition to teaching all grades, Ms. Daley is pleased to offer a parent handwork class once a week, and has enjoyed being a counselor at the school’s summer camp program for the last five summers. Prior to coming to Princeton, she was a handwork assistant at the Detroit Waldorf School as well as the lead handwork teacher at the Oakland Steiner School in Rochester, Michigan. Being a handwork teacher is important work for Ms. Daley, as she observes and aids in the healthy development of her students through individual and group projects while providing a warm and efficacious work environment. She enjoys teaching and interacting with her students and being a conduit for their ever-developing creative abilities and work in the world. Outside of school, she can often be found visiting with friends, enjoying a walk on the towpath, listening to music, taking in a film, eating good food, and being creative, as well as practicing and studying Anusara Yoga.