One of Chautauqua’s closest collaborators — and one of its biggest fans — will kick off the Week Four examination of “Emerging Citizenship: The Egyptian Experience” at 10:45 a.m. today in the Amphitheater.
At 9 a.m. last Thursday at the Children’s School, the group of 5s, who were wearing their “incognito faces” and donning code names, were also visited by a very special guest.
After a series of renovations over the winter, Chabad Lubavitch will premiere its new denominational home this weekend.
Last Wednesday, the NOW Generation hosted a reception at the Chautauqua Golf Club. The event served as a platform for Chautauqua leaders, members of the NOW Gen Advisory Council and other NOW Gen members to gather and discuss upcoming events and efforts made on behalf of the group
The evening in the Amphitheater began with cocktails, appetizers and conversation. The space filled with people, and the temperature dropped with the sun.
This week concludes with the Fourth of July and therefore the grounds will be teeming with intergenerational expressions of family. In fact, throughout the week, the leitmotif of family plays out as the family of community, writ large, grows in form, gathers in solidarity, and supports in absentia.
The area surrounding Hultquist Center porch was speckled with puddles and multicolored umbrellas Wednesday morning as a crowd braved the rain to gather for the summer’s first Trustees Porch Discussion.
Last Saturday, the Athenaeum Hotel parlor flooded with morning light and filled with people as about 150 volunteers and campaign leaders gathered for the Chautauqua Fund’s Kick-Off Celebration.
Four students from Chautauqua Institution’s Schools of Fine and Performing Arts will take their talents from the Amphitheater to the small screen next spring as features of a documentary produced by WQED-TV, Pittsburgh’s PBS affiliate.
With three taps of the gavel, Chautauqua Institution President Thomas M. Becker will officially close the 2013 Season at Sunday’s 8 p.m. Sacred Song Service in the Amphitheater.