The Chautauqua Literary Arts Friends announced the winners of their annual writing contests Sunday on the front porch of the Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall.
The Chautauqua Theater Company is soon to take its last curtain call. With the third and final mainstage production of the 2015 season opening Saturday, CTC is ready to unwrap its parting gift for the Chautauquans: the Bard’s Henry V.
The Hall of Philosophy is a sacred space for many Chautauquans — it’s where many of Chautauqua’s noted lecturers come…
The winners of the 2014 Literary Arts Contests Awards were announced on Sunday on the porch of the Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall.
At 4 p.m. today, 17 Chautauquans will get the chance to share those favorite poems at the Hall of Philosophy as part of the Pinsky Favorite Poem Project.
They walk among the crowds at Chautauqua, keeping their heads down — one might not recognize them. They aren’t criminals or expatriates. They’re published authors, and quite often, they’re Chautauquans.
The winners of the 2013 Literary Arts Awards were announced last Sunday on the porch of the Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall. Any person who has visited Chautauqua Institution throughout the season was eligible to submit previously unpublished poetry or prose for the Young Writer Awards (ages 12 and under), Young Adult Awards (under 18) or the Adult Prose and Poetry awards (ages 18 and older).