As promised at Friday’s public dialogue on the Amphitheater renewal project, the independent advisory panel of state and regional preservation experts released its report to the public today. The findings will serve as important input for the Chautauqua Institution Board of Trustees as it prepares for a likely Aug. 29 vote on the project, and will also inform the project’s design team as it works toward a final design proposal.
Long-time favorites return to Chautauqua.
Column By John Warren Joe Abi-Khattar shook his head when he saw a picture of himself in the International Order…
To honor a man who has dedicated 21 years of his life to providing captivating performances for thousands of people, Chautauqua Opera Company Music Administrator Carol Rausch believes a musical tribute is truly fitting.
On Chautauqua Institution’s 141st birthday Tuesday, the Chautauqua Foundation hosted the Promise Celebration on Bestor Plaza.
First, a Twitter primer. Twitter is Facebook for people with ADD. Or, worse ADD. If you don’t “know” Facebook, congratulations….
Sundays at Chautauqua Institution are rich and full, to quote the Rev. Joan Brown Campbell.
“Are you a casual Christian, a casual Muslim or a casual Jew, or are you a person who is committed…
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.
The Chautauqua Children’s School held its first open house of the 2015 season Friday for the 3s, 4s, 5s and Group One. Parents joined their children at the school for some fun and, as always, learning.