SLIDESHOW: Special thanks to the Chautauqua community for sharing photographs from the 2011 Chautauqua Literary & Scientific Circle Recognition Day parade and ceremonies on Aug. 3.Read more
If you missed Week Four’s Art in the Park, don’t worry — it’s happening again on Sunday.
From noon to 4:30 p.m., Miller Park will be filled with artwork from local artists. Artists from Jamestown, Buffalo, Dunkirk and surrounding New York areas have purchased tables on which they will display and sell their work.Read more
Chautauqua Theater Company doesn’t rest, even in the off-season.
This spring, the company took the show on the road, performing “Amadeus” at the Virginia Arts Festival with the Virginia Symphony and Chorus May 20 and 22.Read more
The nation of Zimbabwe has joined Chautauqua as the home of a Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle chapter.
As collaboration between the State Department and the Chautauqua Institution, two groups of prominent Zimbabweans and future leaders were given Amazon’s Kindle e-reader loaded with 12 CLSC book selections.Read more
It is a twilight performance of a string quartet, reminiscent of those 18th century scenes of an English country house — reminiscent but not identical. This is 21st-century Chautauqua: the dress is casual, and the music is Three Rags for String Quartet in Morton and Natalie Abramson’s living room. The players are violinist Giancarlo Latta, violist David Beytas and cellist James Mitchell — three Chautauqua Women’s Club scholarship students sponsored by Morton, who is a violinist, and Natalie.Read more