Webinars & Events

Webinars & Events


We are grateful to all who participated and supported our recent conference

Speaking to the Future:
The Foundation Stone of Love

November 3-5, 2023 in Spring Valley, NY
Learn more here

This conference took place in partnership with the ThreeFold Branch and Threefold Educational Foundation in Spring Valley, NY. In collaboration, the ASA enjoyed the unique opportunity to engage with the Threefold community’s year-long Foundation Stone Meditation research in anticipation of the centenary of the Christmas Conference.

Stay tuned for information about our Fall 2024 gathering!

You can find recordings of previous events and webinars in our online store. 

Other events online, across North America, and at the Goetheanum may focus on self-development, health, biodynamics, education, arts, social questions, science, or technology. Check the calendar!

Webinars, Current & Recorded

Visit anthroposophy.org/ASAPrograms to stay updated on online and in-person courses,
festivals, and lectures throughout the year!

Our webinar stream reaches into health, education, the environment, the course of life, the meaningful year, self-development, community, society. Visit the store to see our recorded webinars.  Here are a few highights from recent programs:


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Local Events

There are hundreds of local and regional events across North America every year, many listed on our events calendar.

Check with local groups to find more talks, workshops, and weekly/monthly study groups where fresh insights come from others’ questions.

Every gathering is a chance to meet others waking their potentials and striving for a future that is really worthy of us.

being human

Our magazine being human reports on “personal and cultural renewal in the 21st century.” Departments include

  • initiatives, from trainings to intentional communities;
  • arts & ideas, including a visual arts gallery;
  • research & reviews of notable books,
  • and news of the Society, including biographical sketches of individuals who have died.