'Altogether they are two of the most gifted and innovative people I’ve encountered in 35 years of work in Anthroposophy' Gerry Josephson
HORST KORNBERGER is an interdisciplinary artist, educator, writer, and researcher into the field of imagination and creativity.
His early studies encompassed Architecture (Graz University), Speech and Drama (London Speech School), Goethean Studies (Sacramento, U.S.), and Waldorf Education in Australia where he directed the first Waldorf Teacher Training in Perth. He is the author of Global Hive, The Writer’s Passage, The Power of Stories, The Delphi Project, and Taliesin. Horst is a director of Creativity Consultants Worldwide, The Writing Connection and a co-founder of Rudolf Steiner College Perth. Horst lectures internationally on themes of creativity, education, ecology, and the use of story as a healing and community building tool. His current research centres on the mythography of the future – how we can create stories for the future we wish to live in.
JENNIFER KORNBERGER is a poet, artist, writer and educator whose research into story-work for communities led to the development of innovative festivals and artistic events including a series of festivals for The Perth Waldorf School and The Beemaster Festival for the Australian Anthroposophical Society. Her recent work includes performance installations (22 Pillars 2017; Somnus 2019), for The Fremantle Biennale. Jennifer’s award winning poetry and short fiction have appeared in national journals and her first collection of poetry, ‘I could be rain’, was published by Sunline Press in 2007. Working with Horst Kornberger she has developed courses to equip teachers with skills in story writing and telling, visual arts, and Goethean approaches to nature study. Jennifer is co-director of The Writing Connection and Theatre of the Sea.