Depression with a capital “D” — a dismal time in 1930s United States. People were out of work, out of
In a world full of crime and war, one might ask, “Where is the love?”
Community interest in Chautauqua’s ambitious plans for its Amphitheater centerpiece continues to run high. There was another full house at Friday’s Institution-sponsored session in the Hall of Christ.
“Dream team” has taken on a whole new meaning for the Chautauqua Opera Young Artists as they prepare for the second Artsongs in the Afternoon recital of the season.
The African-American Denominational House may not be an official organization in Chautauqua Institution yet, but they will make their presence
Chautauqua Institution’s outreach to community members on the Amphitheater project concluded its first week last Friday morning in the Hall
For those who know it, Chautauqua Lake can get busy in both summer and winter, the water and ice providing a welcome medium for activities of many kinds. But rarely do those who know the lake see the kind of busy that Chautauqua Lake welcomed on Oct. 16, 1879.
In honor of the sesquicentennial of the Civil War, playwright and producer Meredith Bean McMath opted to commemorate the milestone with an opera based on the life on one of its characters: Oliver Willcox Norton.
The Chautauqua Science Circle, following a Darwinian model, wants to evolve to meet the demands of the future.
Art Deco ushered in a new way of looking at art, design and architecture nearly overnight. And while the movement is often associated with those fields, Jared Jacobsen said the style reaches as far as music.