Detroit natives and co-chairs of the 2017 Chautauqua Fund Cathy Nowosielski and Jeff Lutz treated Chautauqua Fund volunteers to a Detroit-themed spread at their home last Wednesday evening. The night recognized and celebrated the group’s
Approximately 120 students in fifth through 12th grade have spent this week attending Chautauqua’s annual Music Camps. These camps include a middle school band camp for woodwind, brass and percussion students finishing grades five through
The associate justices of the U.S. Supreme Court in 2017 are the most diverse group in the court’s history, with five Catholics, three Jews and one of Catholic upbringing who now worships at an Episcopalian
DFT Communications, Partners in Technology are sponsoring Chautauqua Regional Youth Ballet’s performance at 6 p.m. Tuesday in Elizabeth S. Lenna Hall. This performance is part of the Family Entertainment Series and is the second FES
The journalism industry is changing. The digitalization of media has challenged traditional business models and led to heavy downsizing across the industry. Along with this, questions of fake news versus real news and a hostile
There’s a palpable feeling on the grounds this summer. People are excited with the revitalization Chautauqua is going through with the new Amphitheater, new president, new staff leadership and new vision set for the Institution.
Since 1965, the Hultquist Foundation has been supporting the broader Jamestown community by donating approximately $750,000 to various charities in the area each year. For the past two decades, Chautauqua’s Music School Festival Orchestra has
Independent audit, tax and advisory firm Grant Thornton LLP is underwriting the 10:45 a.m. lectures in the Amphitheater for the entirety of Week Eight: “Media and the News: Ethics in the Digital Age.” This is
This year saw around 300 students enroll at Chautauqua Institution’s Schools of Fine & Performing Arts across the visual arts, dance, Musical School Festival Orchestra, piano, voice and theater programs. The cost of attending any
Retired high school counselor Charlie Tea can’t play one-on-one pickup basketball anymore. He can, however, pick up his trumpet and play a tune. In fact, Tea currently plays trumpet for three different music groups around
As members of the Bestor Society gathered for the annual President’s Address last Sunday, Jim Pardo, chair of the board of trustees, thanked the group for the investment they annually dedicate to the Chautauqua Fund.
Fear, particularly fear of the “other,” can divide society. Combatting that division through the court system is where Sherrilyn Ifill comes in. At 9:15 a.m. Friday in the Hall of Philosophy, Ifill, president and director-counsel