Webinars & Events

Webinars, Current & Recorded

Anthroposophic initiatives work deeply with life's opportunities and challenges, and our growing webinar stream reaches into health, education, the environment, the course of our lives, the meaningful year, self-development, community and society.

  • Visit the store to see our recorded webinars: audio, video, and often great support materials like slides. Examples:
    • The Art of Human Becoming, biography and social art.
    • Healing Forces, with anthroposophic medical experts.
    • Death & Meaning: the Sacred Gateway.
    • Strengthening Foundations of Inner Work: Lisa Romero.
    • Who are the Honeybees? Spikenard Bee Sanctuary.
    • The Spirit of Money.
    • The Story in Our Stars, with Mary Adams.
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Gathering with people of like minds, shared hopes and striving — that can truly be a peak experience.

In Spring Valley, NY (30 minutes drive north of NYC) Questions of Courage: Meeting the Challenge of the Times, the North American Youth Conference, will unfold August 8-11 in the beautiful setting where the first anthroposophic summer school on this continent was held in 1933. Would you like to help more young people attend? Click here.

Our next fall conference (October 10-13) will be in Atlanta, Georgia. We hope you will come! Facing Each Other: Freedom, Responsibility, and Love, is filled with rich content, artistic work, and opportunities to deepen and connect. Beginning with a Class Lesson enriched by artistic activity, through keynote conversations (with Patrick Kennedy and Andrea De La Cruz), this event will enliven you. Workshops feature biography, diversity, honey bees, connecting with the dead, the divine feminine, and more. You will feel a “through line” of meeting the world with the spiritual depth and tools of anthroposophy in an atmosphere of warmth and open-mindedness.

If you haven't been to an ASA conference in the past few years, this is the year for you to join us. Go here to find out more and register with our early bird rate!

Other events across North America may focus on self-development, health, biodynamics, education, arts, social questions, science, or technology. Check the calendar at www.rudolfsteiner.org/calendar.

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.

Worldwide Theme of the Year

Each spring from the Goetheanum is offered a focus of study and research that groups and individuals may choose to work with around the world. Still commonly called a “theme of the year,” this annual motif is now exploring the great meditative picture of the human soul given by Rudolf Steiner in 1923.

Reaching to beings of consciousness above and below us, it encourages us to deepen memory, intensify mindfulness, and extend our envisioning. A helpful booklet on this “Foundation Stone Meditation” is available in our store.

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.