A Day Live From Chautauqua | Online Event: Streaming August 17
Join us online Thursday, August 17 for A Day Live From Chautauqua. All lectures and programs that day, from 9:15 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., will be live streamed on our new online platform and our Facebook page. Host and Associate Director of Education and Youth Services Matt Ewalt will anchor segments between events, featuring live interviews with President Michael Hill, Reverend Dr. Robert Franklin, Vice President Deborah Sunya Moore and others.
You can register to participate via our online platform here: http://online.chq.org. This dynamic and robust portal to the day’s events enables you to engage with others online and submit questions to the speakers. Register today, and you’ll receive email reminders and program updates.
The livestream will also be available on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pg/chq1874/. You do not need a Facebook account to access our page.
Please feel free to share this invitation with your family and friends. It’s a great way to introduce Chautauqua to a future Chautauquan.
If you can’t be with us on the grounds, we hope you will join us for all or a part of A Day Live From Chautauqua August 17, featuring:
Chaplain of the Week: Rev. Dr. M. Craig Barnes
9:15 a.m., Amphitheater
Reverend Dr. M. Craig Barnes was raised on Long Island, New York. After graduating from The King’s College and Princeton Theological Seminary, he received a Ph.D. in the History of Christianity from The University of Chicago.
Morning Lecture: Nancy Gibbs
10:45 a.m., Amphitheater
Nancy Gibbs is managing editor of Time, which has 50 million readers worldwide. She oversees the domestic, international and tablet editions of the magazine, Time.com, Time mobile and Time for Kids. Gibbs was named Time’s 17th managing editor in 2013, and is the first woman to hold the position.
Afternoon Lecture: Diane Winston in conversation with Jim Fallows
2 p.m., Hall of Philosophy
Dr. Diane Winston holds the Knight Chair in Media and Religion at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, and teaches on the faculties of Journalism, Communication and Religion. Her current research interests include religion, politics and the news media and also religion and the entertainment media.
CLSC Lecture: Dan Barry
3:30 p.m., Hall of Philosophy
A Dickensian tale from America’s heartland, The Boys in the Bunkhouse is the harrowing yet uplifting story of the exploitation and abuse of a resilient group of men with intellectual disability, and the heroic efforts of those who helped them to find justice and reclaim their lives.