|Title:||Art and Anthroposophy: Classics from the Journal for Anthroposophy|
|Publisher:||Anthroposophical Society in America|
|Number of pages:||160|
Michaelmas 2010, Number 83
Perhaps no word appears more frequently in Rudolf Steiner’s work than “art.” He uses this term in a universal form, transforming the semantics of visual and performing arts. Steiner urges that teaching, for example, must become an artistic activity. In his rendering, a biography in its rhythms, characteristics, colors, decisions, changes, as well as low and high points, takes on artistic features.
Fifteen articles from the Journal for Anthroposophy each detailing the insights and contributions made by Rudolf Steiner and other anthroposophists to art.
Available from the Anthroposophical Society in America