Watch and engage with Chautauqua programs live or on demand using our five CHQ Assembly online platforms. Many of our programs premiere live, so you'll want to register ahead of time so you're ready to watch lectures and programs when they begin.


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Register for events on a specific platform ahead of time and/or save them to your own event list. To view all of our events in one place you can use our website calendar or use the links below. Nearly all events will be available on demand upon completion. (In some cases it may take a day or two for the recordings to be available.)

CHQ Assembly

CHQ Assembly Video Platform

Lecture, worship, performing and visual arts, and recreation programs. Stream to up to three devices at once: desktop, laptop and mobile devices, and TVs via Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV and Android TV streaming services. 

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Upcoming Programs

  • Monday, March 08, 2021 | 07:00pm EDT

    Elif M. Gökçiğdem

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    In the first of a series of CHQ Assembly programs previewing issues to be explored through the 2021 Chautauqua Lecture Series, Elif M. Gökçiğdem, founding president of ONE: Organization of Networks for Empathy, sits down with Matt Ewalt, Vice President...



    Location: CHQ Assembly Video Platform

     

  • Tuesday, March 09, 2021 | 06:30pm EDT

    Chautauqua Visual Arts Lecture Series: Abby Chen

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    Abby Chen is the Senior Associate Curator and Head of Contemporary Art at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. Prior to taking on this position, she served for over a decade as the Curator and Artistic Director at the Chinese Culture Center and Foundation of San Francisco.



    Location: Virtual Porch

     

  • Wednesday, March 17, 2021 | 10:00am EDT

    Designing for Empathy through Embodiment: Where Self and Other Meet

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    Polarization is a deeply troublesome problem in our current time. Group identification escalates polarization. If we are to avoid its destructive effects on relationships and communities, we need to focus on what unites and divides us as individuals, holding space for personal expression. 



    Location: Online Classroom

     

  • Wednesday, March 24, 2021 | 03:00pm EDT

    Designing for Empathy from an Indigenous Perspective

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    Amelia Winger-Bearskin, Seneca-Cayuga Nation of Oklahoma, will lead this interactive session including a talk about empathy, storytelling and articulating ethics into projects from an indigenous co-creation perspective. 



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  • Wednesday, April 14, 2021 | 03:00pm EDT

    Creative Tensions: Breaching Comfort and Bridging Difference

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    We find ourselves in social and political discourse that has never been as fractured or polarized and we experience this discord more acutely because we are more vulnerable in these unknowable times. How do discomforting tensions become 'creative' opportunities?



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  • Thursday, April 22, 2021 | 07:00pm EDT

    Eliese Colette Goldbach, CLSC Author, Rust: A Memoir of Steel and Grit

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    Eliese remembered driving with her father past the rust-covered buildings in the Cleveland’s industrial valley. Growing up, she was told that the world was your oyster, that the possibilities are endless, and you can do whatever you want in this world.



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  • Wednesday, April 28, 2021 | 03:00pm EDT

    Designing Rituals for Connection and Wellbeing

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    Empathy begins with compassion, compassion begins with caring for your own soul and body. In this session, participants will create small interventions for their everyday life to elevate their emotional and mental health.



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  • Tuesday, May 11, 2021 | 06:30pm EDT

    Chautauqua Visual Arts Lecture Series: John Sabraw

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    An activist and environmentalist, John Sabraw’s paintings, drawings and collaborative installations are produced in an eco-conscious manner, and he continually works toward a fully sustainable practice.



    Location: Virtual Porch

     

  • Wednesday, May 12, 2021 | 03:00pm EDT

    Easy Empathy, Difficult Empathy

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    Who do we easily feel empathy for, who is hard for us, and who is neutral? This activity will guide participants through experiences of differential empathy, encouraging reflection about what facilitates, and what poses barriers to, engaging empathically with different people.



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  • Wednesday, May 19, 2021 | 03:00pm EDT

    Emotions as Perspectives

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    This experiential workshop is based on the science of creativity and emotional intelligence. We will examine how to successfully solve problems by using emotions as aides. We introduce the concept of emotions as information and demonstrate how emotions...



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  • Tuesday, June 08, 2021 | 06:30pm EDT

    Chautauqua Visual Arts Lecture Series: Asia Freeman

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    Asia Freeman co-founded the non-profit multidisciplinary art space, Bunnell Street Arts Center in Homer, Alaska where she serves as Artistic Director today. Asia writes, curates, teaches and speaks about art. Asia’s paintings are represented in Alaskan museums and private collections worldwide.



    Location: Virtual Porch