You can follow these links to recordings of Mary Stewart Adams’ most recent (and some most favorite) live presentations, which include podcasts, webinars and live presentations:
Conceiving the New Year at St. John’s webinar with the Front Range Anthroposophical Café, given June 26, 2020.
The Star Tales of Mother Goose with Mary Stewart Adams, an introduction to my years of researching Mother Goose in relation to the stars, delivered May 2020 for the St. Ignace Library. If you view and enjoy any of the presentations here, please consider making a donation to this work at the Paypal button on the bottom right of the homepage. Thanks!
The Healing Impulse of Raphael’s Transfiguration at Easter 2020 webinar for the Great Lakes Branch of the Anthroposphical Society of America at Ann Arbor, offered during the “stay at home” orders of the 2020 pandemic.
The Seasonal Star Picture for 2020 webinar for the Sangre de Cristo Group of the Anthroposphical Society, Santa Fe, New Mexico, in lieu of our planned, in-person workshop in anticipation of the Great Conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter at Winter Solstice 2020. Link leads you first to a suggested donation page.
The Holy Nights Mystery of the Three Eves webinar presentation for the Anthroposphical Society in America at Christmas 2019-2020
Beyond the Telescope webinar for the National Park Service Night Sky Network, from January 2020. This link will take you to an email registration page for free access to the recording
The Story in Our Stars 2019, webinar for the Anthroposophical Society in America, 6 March, 2019
Mary Stewart Adams ~ Star Lore Historian, podcast for the Anthroposophical Society in America
The Compass Rose, webinar for the Anthroposophical Society in America, 17 January, 2019
Finding Light in the Sacred Dark, recorded live for the Lucis Trust, NYC, 8 November, 2018
52 Portraits of Inspiring Women in Michigan, the Misty Lyn Bergeron Interview, June 2018
Arts Inspired by the Cosmos, recorded live in September 2016 at the Headlands, which Mary led to designation as the world’s 9th International Dark Sky Park in 2011