As Don Kimes, artistic director for the Visual Arts at Chautauqua Institution, recalls, the request was for something “interesting.” John Shedd, director of operations, asked Kimes last summer to design a crosswalk to be painted
President Michael E. Hill calls himself the “guy that just keeps saying these three words.” Those words being: muscular civil dialogue. Hill’s remarks opened a session led by David W. Carter of Claremont Lincoln University
In his Three Taps speech at the beginning of the season, Chautauqua Institution President Michael E. Hill said: “We need a ‘muscular’ (civil) dialogue for this time in our nation.” But what does that mean?
Unlike art exhibitions organized around a predetermined theme, the defining characteristic of the VACI Open Members Exhibition is simply that the artwork be that of exhibiting members of VACI Partners. “It’s a fun challenge finding
Writer and local historian Kathleen Evans will hold a book signing at noon today in the Author’s Alcove for her newest book, The History of the Robert H. Jackson Center: From Grassroots to Global Recognition.
Laughter is everywhere, said neuroscientist Sophie Scott. “It’s happening all the time,” she said. “We use laughter continuously in interactions.” Scott is the Wellcome Trust senior fellow and deputy director of University College London’s Institute
On a mild July evening, art students gathered on the School of Art’s grassy quad and debated what to call their fast-approaching pop-up art show. A few suggested doing an online poll, but Katherine Plourde,