When he delivers the last sermon of the 2015 season, the Rev. Robert Franklin wants the Chautauqua congregation to join…
Chautauqua Institution staff used the 2015 season’s final Trustees Porch Discussion Wednesday morning to dive into next season’s lecture and arts programming.
Israel may be a relatively new country, but the problems that prevent it from being a place of peace are ancient.
Just as there has been every week, a Sacred Song Service will be held at 8 p.m. Sunday in the Amphitheater.
If someone wanted a firsthand account of how the Motet Choir became what it is today, they couldn’t do much better than Lucille Piper.
Pat and Bud make the Baptist House feel like home for both their guests and anyone they cross paths with.
Last year, I asked every Chautauqua and Literary Scientific Circle author I interviewed what book they would want with them if they were on a desert island. I was fascinated by the responses, and so I decided to ask every CLSC author this year a different question: What book changed their life?
Chautauqua Institution is known for its pristine grounds, intellectual community and as the home to an age-old program of philosophy, art, knowledge and religion. With the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle, the Smith Memorial Library and the Chautauqua Bookstore, the Institution serves as a fertile ground for reading’s bountiful fruit.
When the Rev. Michael McBride was physically and sexually assaulted by a police officer as a college student in 1999,…
Chautauqua Institution produces more than 2,200 programs every summer — in the Amphitheater, Hall of Philosophy and the countless other…