News from the Goetheanum

100 years of Rhythmical Massage
15 January 2022

100 years of Rhythmical Massage

In 2021, Rhythmical Massage as inspired by Ita Wegman celebrated its centenary. Ursula Brogle from the Swiss Rhythmical Massage Association (VRMS) ...

Live Video Series: Anthroposophy – an extension of science?
10 January 2022

Live Video Series: Anthroposophy – an extension of science?

Follow the Science! is a widespread motto of our time. Scientific evidence is a precondition for being taken seriously. But what is scientific? ...

Obligation to vaccinate - way or wrong way out of the pandemic?
30 December 2021

Obligation to vaccinate - way or wrong way out of the pandemic?

Where do we stand in the pandemic and what measures will lead us out? Based on numbers, data, facts and his extensive medical experience, Harald ...

Online Study Programme: ‘28 Days of Insights, Art and Encounter’
27 December 2021

Online Study Programme: ‘28 Days of Insights, Art and Encounter’

‘28 Days of Insights, Art and Encounter’, the online study programme offered by the Goetheanum, creates a space for finding inner strength and for ...

New horizons
23 December 2021

New horizons

Martina Maria Sam has completed the second part of her biography of Rudolf Steiner. Following on from ‘Childhood and Youth’ this volume focuses on ...

Freedom and dignity essential for humanity
22 December 2021

Freedom and dignity essential for humanity

The digital paradigm is one of perfection and efficiency. Human beings, on the other hand, need to be able to learn to live with insecurities and ...

Covid regulations: Events will go ahead
21 December 2021

Covid regulations: Events will go ahead

According to new government regulations, healthy people who cannot prove that they have recovered from Covid or been vaccinated against it will be ...

Janusz Korczak: Every child, a star!
16 December 2021

Janusz Korczak: Every child, a star!

Janusz Korczak (1878 - 1942) is an outstanding Polish humanist and pedagogue who has further developed his extensive medical knowledge and his ...

Paulo Freire: The Pedagogy of the Oppressed
06 December 2021

Paulo Freire: The Pedagogy of the Oppressed

The Brazilian pedagogue Paulo Freire (1921 - 1997) campaigned for the educational opportunity for everyone, including the unprivileged, the ...

«Colour symphony»
06 December 2021

«Colour symphony»

With her book ‹A Life With Colour› Caroline Chanter presents the first comprehensive biography of the painter Gerard Wagner (1906–1999). Wagner ...

The Goetheanum distances itself from newspaper article
27 November 2021

The Goetheanum distances itself from newspaper article

The article ‘And the Virus Dances its Name’ by Linus Schöpfer, published in the Tamedia Group’s newspapers on 25 November 2021– some with ...

The search for life: 100 years Research Institute
19 November 2021

The search for life: 100 years Research Institute

The Research Institute at the Goetheanum was founded a hundred years ago, prompted by the first experiments in search of a ‘reagent’ that can make ...

Revealing a previously unseen world
16 November 2021

Revealing a previously unseen world

The exhibition at the Goetheanum features 20 paintings by Margarita Voloshina (1882–1973). The works from the second half of her life come from ...

Gateways for new impulses
11 November 2021

Gateways for new impulses

Entrepreneurship involves creating something new and dealing with new situations. Internally, this can refer to questions such as handing over a ...

Campus party
04 November 2021

Campus party

On 12 September from 10 am to 4 pm a Campus party was held in and around the Goetheanum that attracted several hundred visitors. There were guided ...