Here are links to our biweekly e-news letter. Feel free to leave comments below, or to email John Beck at editor@anthroposophy.org


September 12, 2020 — Western fires — ‘Podding’ — APO Walkathon — Anthroposophy Worldwide online — Michaelmas preparations and podcasts — Joseph Beuys, Cosmos and Damian Polished (1975) — 9/11: Love, Service, Remembrance — photo: Rockface, Sept, NE California — Essential anthroposophy: living in the life of the Earth — Dan McKanan interviewed — Fred Amrine – Keryx Books — New ASA events calendar — photo: Dried cone and pine needles, Sept, NE California — Joseph Beuys on suffering and compassion. — View the email


August 29, 2020 — Fall conference suggestions — Applied Anthroposophy Course “A Crash Course for Beginners” with Sherry Wildfeuer and Alex Tuchman — CA Santa Cruz Fires / Gulf Hurricane — September Art Dispersal with Laura Summer — Eric Müller – Black Madonna novel — The Annual Report for 2019 is now online — Essential Anthroposophy: we are woven into the world — A new General Secretary Page online — Inventing Color: Late Works of M.C. Richards at Lightforms Art Center — Waldorf Education: A Family Guide is available in a new, completely revised 2nd edition — Photos of August clouds, afternoon and evening, from southern New Jersey — View the email


August 15, 2020 — Eric Utne’s memoir is published — Free Columbia Puppet Troupe performs a new work — EduCareDo announces five new distance learning courses — Lines by poet Seamus Heaney — Essential anthroposophy: the stages of the human self’s development — new books from Waldorf Publications — How We Will in Chicago, August 17-30 — Youth Section study of the Foundation Stone – western landscapes — View the email


August 1, 2020 — Applied Anthroposophy – coming in September —Association for Anthroposophic Psychology continues its training online — Boyd Collins writes about technology with a deep appreciation of anthroposophy — The BD Association’s blog is always interesting — Our online fall conference will have a first online art dispersal — Essential anthroposophy: the journey of the ‘I’ — The Goetheanum has an English channel on YouTube — How about educating outdoors? — Gain skills with nine months at the Fellowship Community — View the email


July 13, 2020 — Preparing the Sixth Epoch — Eurythmy Online — A new comet — Goetheanum Climate Conference Feb 2021 — “The human being is a bridge” verse — Essential anthroposophy: selfhood makes us human — Anthroposophic Medicine conference in Sept — International Lyre Day — Steiner on viral illnesses and epidemics, collected — View the email


June 29, 2020 — Social inclusion at a distance — Our annual conference — Biodynamic Association/Demeter USA merger — Essential anthroposophy: the human form and constitution — Lightforms Art Center — The Twelve Senses Online from Threefold — Steiner School of Speech Arts — “Earth Alive”: Questions of Courage — MysTech Conference — Video: A Prayer — Recruiting for initiatives — View the email


June 15, 2020 — Fellowship Community fire — John Bloom letter — “Five Good Words” online — “Teaching” by Molly McMullen-Laird, MD — Essential anthroposophy: affirming humanity — Michaela Glöckler, MD, on coronavirus questions — Parent-Teacher support links — Craig Holdrege: “Viruses in the Dynamics of Life” — Regional reports — Observing plants with the will. — View the email


communications update

May 27, 2020 — Summering online?
Summer programs status – postponed, online, focusing on being human advertisers. — View the email

5 Comments

  1. Christopher Guilfoil on July 13, 2020 at 2:06 pm

    Dear friends,

    While most of the news from various anthroposophical endeavors now tends to be about stuff to do online, Zoom, webinars, etc., all well and good, it would be nice to also hear what folks are doing in person, face to face. These examples are needed now to balance the quick turning to screens.

    Yes, it can meet the desires and needs of many, 600 doing eurythmy online, but news of two or more gathering can be inspiring and insightful as well.

    Thanks for the good work,
    Christopher Guilfoil, Editor, Portland Branch Newsletter, Portland, OR

  2. Joan Tannheimer on July 14, 2020 at 4:46 pm

    Thank you Dear John Beck,

    Your writing is always inspiring, helpful, and kind. In response to Christopher, I am a flute and recorder player. We are now having rehearsals in a garden setting near a farm. Walking groups wander by and listen to us for awhile sometimes. Also in-person eurythmy has been available at the House of Peace, in the large barn space, for which my harpist friend and I play accompaniment. We can keep a distance, but the soul- warmth of interacting with friendly humans is invaluable.

    With Gratitude and earnest good wishes,

    • editor on July 14, 2020 at 5:15 pm

      Christopher, thanks for the question. Joan, thank you for this lovely answer!

  3. John Schuchardt on July 14, 2020 at 11:43 pm

    Greetings, John.
    Another issue of New View has arrived containing many articles that I believe are important and helpful in our crisis.
    I had suggested a link to the earlier issue, which you said was a good idea, so I was disappointed that you omitted that.
    Now I also request a link to this important resource of the most recent issue of New View.
    with hopes that the efforts of our anthroposophical friends in Europe can be shared with our membership here,
    best wishes, John

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