When Jon Krakauer received his invitation to speak at Chautauqua, he thought he might walk there. Krakauer currently resides in…
It’s a common occurrence: Someone is telling a story — a true story — and then it happens. They begin…
Some things are just meant to be. Sherra Babcock, vice president and Emily and Richard Smucker Chair for Education, knew…
Zachary Andrews, Skyler Zarou and Katie Maloney (not pictured), were honored as the Chautauqua Boys’ and Girls’ Club Counselors of the Week for Week One.
The white, male perspective might be a predominant one in writing, but for Gabriel Welsch, it’s not the only one….
The Chautauqua Writers’ Center workshops for Week Two will teach students about form and a different type of time management….
Through a series of quite fortunate events, author Chang-rae Lee and his book On Such a Full Sea ended up being the perfect fit for Week Two at Chautauqua Institution.
Pamela C. Ronald is “absolutely essential for this week” at Chautauqua Institution, said Sherra Babcock, vice president and Emily and Richard Smucker Chair for Education.
All across the country and the world, households are food-insecure and struggling to maintain a consistent source of sustenance. This summer, Chautauqua Institution has committed to bringing this issue of local and global hunger to the forefront with the Week Two lecture theme, “Feeding a Hungry Planet.”
The Chautauqua Writers’ Center workshops for Week Two will focus on creating compelling heroes and breaking the chains of form in poetry.