Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland, 4th June 2019
Guest Appearance Goetheanum
Workshop series ‘Living Archive’ from the Kunstmuseum Basel at the Goetheanum
The Kunstmuseum Basel will present its workshop series ‘Living Archive’ at the Goetheanum on 15th June. Participation is free of charge, but advance registration requested.
This summer, the Kunstmuseum Basel launched its first ‘Living Archive‘ series. The focus is on a new interpretation of works from the museum‘s art collection. Cultural scholar Stefan Wagner and other experts will examine themes such as nature, spirituality, empty spaces, the environment and food. Workshops will also be held at external venues, including the Goetheanum.
Esther Gerster, lecturer for painting at the Gotheanum and director of guided tours, has set up a three-track programme under the motto ‘Life and Art’: In addition to the open visiting tours and practical introductions to Eurythmy, the programme offers a comprehensive opportunity to experience the Goetheanum impulse using Goethe‘s method of epistemology. The programme also includes landscape design, the use of colour, a visit to the ‘ErziehungsKunst’ exhibition and an examination of contemporary art from an anthroposophical point of view with a number of different lecturers.
An info point will be set up at the Goetheanum reception for questions on June 15th.
(1210 characters/SJ; translation by Bettina Hindes)
Living Archive Life and Art. An Introduction to the Goetheanum
15th June, 10am to 5pm. Participation is free of charge, registration requested.
Internet (in German) kunstmuseumbasel.ch/de/besuch/agenda/livingarchive
Programme ‘Life and Art’ at the Goetheanum (in German)
Registration (until 14th June) firstname.lastname@example.org
The Goetheanum is the headquarters for the School of Spiritual Science and the General Anthroposophical Society. The School of Spiritual Science with its eleven sections is active worldwide in research, development, teaching, and the practical implementation of its research findings and is supported by the Anthroposophical Society.