Welcome to the Goetheanum

The Goetheanum is the center of a global network of spiritually dedicated people. As the home of the School of Spiritual Science and the General Anthroposophical Society, it serves as a place for exchanges over spiritual issues and trainings in artistic and scientific fields. The events held here range from lectures on special topics to large international confrences. On the stage, local and touring ensembles present Eurythmy, dramas and plays, puppetry, and musical performances. Located in the Jura landscape 10 km south of Basel, the Goetheanum with its expressive architecture, sits on Dornacher Hill. The Goetheanum has a picturesque garden park, café, bookstore and card shop, and is an inviting place to visit. Welcome!

Library

The library at the Goetheanum has approximately 110,000 books.

Opening times: Tuesdays, 17:00 to 19:00; Fridays, 11:00 to 18:00

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From the Life at the Goetheanum

12.07.2015

The Literary Arts Section: book, "Fairytails and Rosicrucians" by Almut Bockemühl

In his book, "Fairy Tales und Rosicrucians," Almut Bockemühl works with indications from Rudolf Steiner that Rosicrucians were involved in bringing about fairy tales.[more]


25.06.2015

On the Goetheanum grounds: square in front of the Speisehaus and Youth Section

On the 10th of June, the Dornach Municipal Assembly (Gemeinde), decided to newly construct the area between the Speisehaus, Youth Section and the bus stop.[more]


11.06.2015

Group of Works by Jean-Michel Othoniel at the Goetheanum

Von 14. Juni bis 5. Juli wird eine Werkgruppe des auf der Art Basel vertretenen französischen Künstlers Jean-Michel Othoniel im Goetheanum zu sehen sein. Die Sockel für das Gesteinsglas Obsidian hat er dafür von der...[more]


30.05.2015

Goetheanum Publishing: Michael Kurtz on "Rudolf Steiner and Music"

After ten years of research, Michael Kurtz for the first time documents a comprehensively study on the theme of: Rudolf Steiner and Music, and in this work, reveals a number of new sources.[more]


27.04.2015

The Cows are back on the Goetheanum meadows

For 3 weeks now we are happy about the return of the three mother cows Zwickel, Zera and Vreni and their three male calves, Zabbat, Zappa and Vince. Zinia and Zaza are not here. Perhaps one noticed last year that when the new...[more]


18.04.2015

General Anthroposophical Society: Annual General Meeting 2015

Facing the reality of life: At its Annual General Meeting, which was held at the Goetheanum from 27 to 29 March 2015, the General Anthroposophical Society presented itself with all its facets and nuances and as a society that...[more]


18.04.2015

Executive Council at the Goetheanum: retirement of Virginia Sease and new member Constanza Kaliks

After 31 years serving on the Executive Council, Virginia Sease announced her retirement at the Annual General Anthroposophical meeting-- she will continue on with many of her current tasks. The members agreed on the addition of...[more]


29.04.2015

A Must from the Goetheanum: a Call for a Special Donation

The members of the General Anthroposophical Society have significantly financed the new main stage and the renovation of the outer shell of the Goetheanum. In order to account for these additions, which raise the costs of running...[more]


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Focus

Summer 2015 until Easter 2016
FAUST
24th- 26th July, 2015
"... What Holds the World Together in its Innermost"
Faust I. Faust Conference at the Goetheanum
Easter 2016: Première Faust I and II

Gift Certificates

For information about Gift Certificates for our events

Events

2nd-5th July, 2015
Goetheanum Meditation Initiative Worldwide 2015

24- 26th July, 2015
Faust I uncut
"...what holds the world together in its innermost"
Presented by the Goetheanum-stage group. With lectures by Maria Franca Frola, Michaela Glöckler and Wolf-Ulrich Klünker (DE, EN, IT, FI)

July  30th - August 2nd, 2015
North in the Goetheanum – Goetheanum in the North
Summer conference with the Northern countries  (DE, EN, DK, SE, FI)

For the continuous online update of events click here.

Overview for 2015 (PDF) please click on the image

Performances

|The Program for the 
Goetheanum Stage

|The Programm for the 
Felicia Puppentheater

Friday, July 24th, 2015 | 20:00
FAUST I
Christian Peter, Director; Margrethe Solstad, Eurythmy; Rob Barendsma, Costumes; Roy Spahn, Stage; Ilja van der Linden, Lighting, Florian Volkmann, Music

Thursday July 30th, 2015 | 20:00
The searching person under the Nordic sky, based on Norse mythology
Speech, drama, Eurythmy, music, songs, dance and circus. With students, adults, professionals and interested people from the Nordic countries.

Saturday, August 1st, 2015 | 20:00 
Northern Concert with Eurythmy

Exhibitions

Invisible Faces

Work from Obsidian and wood by Jean-Michel Othoniel

Inside the West entrance and on the Goetheanum grounds from June 14th-July 5th, 2015

Viewing is free. Opening times: 8 to 22:00

Jean-Michel Othoniel is at Art Basel (June 17 to 21) represented by Perrotin (Paris), Karsten Greve (St. Moritz, Paris, Cologne) and Kukje Gallery (Korea).

North in the Goetheanum
with works from the Scandinavian painters and sculptors, and the carpet, "Draumkvedet" from Torwald Moseid Curator: Marianne Schubertmit

Exhibition from June 10th - September 6th, 2015

Opening times: daily from 8-22:00

Vernissage: Tuesday, June 9th, 2015 at 17:00

 

 

 

Tours

General Tours Introduction to the history of the Goetheanum, the biography of Rudolf Steiner and the foundation of Anthroposophy: Saturdays, 2pm. Meeting point: Reception desk. Registration is not required. In German and English.

| Further Information
| Specific Theme Tours (Registration required)