Chautauqua Institution is a place for the visual arts. From Special Studies courses to the School of Art, there are classes in everything from art history and theory, to how throw a pot on the wheel.
Long-distance backpacker and Blue Ridge Hiking Company entrepreneur Jennifer Pharr Davis has encountered more extraordinary, wild vistas during the past…
They say the third time’s the charm. That is what Marty Merkley, vice president and director of programming, hopes will be the case for the performance of Carmina Burana at 8:15 p.m. Saturday in the Amphitheater.
After playwright Lynn Nottage won a Pulitzer Prize in 2009, she said in an interview that she finds her characters and stories in varied places. Sometimes in a newspaper, “obscure historical texts” or dinner party conversations.
Basic religious principle urges love over violence or hate, so why is there so much war over religion? According to Tony Campolo, the answer rests in the complex, contemporary inextricability between religion and nationalism.
Contrary to the common expression, money actually can buy happiness. Michael Norton, the co-author of Happy Money: The Science of…
Politicians, religious leaders and environmentalists are buzzing about Pope Francis’ recent encyclical, in which he addresses the “ecological crisis” and anthropogenic climate change.
They finish each other’s sentences, completing a string of shared thoughts through quick jabbering, as if it was effortless.
The Great American Picnic is exactly what it sounds like: a glimpse of true-blue Americana.
Mark Diamond is known for his creative narratives, but his piece “Into the Fray,” choreographed for the School of Dance Student Gala, may spin his most creative web yet: The audience will be shrunk down to ant size and immersed in his “insect ballet.”