Chautauqua Institution staff used the 2015 season’s final Trustees Porch Discussion Wednesday morning to dive into next season’s lecture and arts programming.
People are incredibly familiar with one of the most dominant and invasive species on Earth: Homo sapiens. Humans continually test
Kathleen Sebelius has been the facilitator and architect of two livable communities, and she will discuss both of these roles
Creating livable communities falls on many shoulders, including those of businesses and their leaders. Muhtar Kent, chairman and CEO
With the ringing of the bells, another year of reading has begun for the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle.
Education is a central part of Chautauqua Institution’s mission of lifelong learning, and was the topic of discussion at Week Eight’s Trustees Porch Discussion.
The idea of “peace in the Middle East” is one that might seem far off today, but it wasn’t the
For some members of the community, the Chautauqua experience has given them so much that they feel compelled to give back, sharing their time and talents.
Regular Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle Roundtable attendees who were expecting to see Anthony Doerr in the Hall of Philosophy
Rather than invite Vladimir Putin to take the Amphitheater stage, Sherra Babcock invited Timothy Snyder to discuss Russia, the Ukraine and the future of the European Union at 10:45 a.m. today.