What should we be able to expect from our Supreme Court? That’s the question Linda Greenhouse plans to answer at 10:45 a.m. Monday in the Amphitheater. Currently, Greenhouse is the Joseph Goldstein Lecturer in Law
Deborah Sunya Moore has no problem admitting that four years ago, there wasn’t an articulated mission for the arts at Chautauqua Institution. As Moore and a committee of community, trustee and staff members searched for
Aside from new leadership, the Chautauqua Property Owners Association is seeking to move into a new era of transparency, accountability and action. That began, in many ways, last Saturday morning in the Hall of Philosophy
Ballet does not always have to be about tutus and pointe shoes. Charlotte Ballet’s Dance Innovations performance at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday in the Amphitheater proves that point. “What it’s meant to represent is something that’s
The Chautauqua Property Owners Association annual area picnics return to Wednesday this year for an evening of socialization, food and fun beginning at 5:30 p.m. across the grounds. Last year’s picnic was moved to Thursday
Although the Chautauqua School of Dance Student Gala highlights the dancers, behind the scenes it is the collaborative effort, energy and expertise of the staff and faculty that makes the event possible. After just three
This fall, the Rev. Robert M. Franklin Jr. will become a member of Chautauqua Institution’s President’s Advisory Council on Faith in Society, headed by incoming vice president of religion the Rt. Rev V. Gene Robinson.
The Chautauqua Property Owners Association will host its first of two open general meetings at 9 a.m. Saturday in the Hall of Philosophy. The meeting will be dedicated to sharing and discussing the findings of
Hope Muir, the Charlotte Ballet’s incoming artistic director, hasn’t been formally introduced to the Chautauqua community just yet. In her first week at Chautauqua Institution, she’s been busy teaching dancers; supporting Sasha Janes, Chautauqua School
Danny Borg-Sundstrom and Jeremy Hois are the new kids on the block — literally. The childhood friends turned restaurateurs are the youngest to own and operate a dining spot on the grounds, which is also
Though Matt Ewalt and Sherra Babcock are moving on from their positions after this season, they took the time to share current and future goals for youth programming and education initiatives during Wednesday’s Porch Discussion.
A trio of new works, including a piece choreographed by an Ailey alum, will conclude Ailey II’s residency with their final performance at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday in the Amphitheater. “Stream of Consciousness” is a 23-minute
Ailey II’s commitment to community is evident. On Tuesday, the company gathered on a soggy Bestor Plaza for a performance and demonstration that was cut short by the rain. Just as a few volunteers from