2021 Altus Chautauqua: 20TH CENTURY VISIONARIES - Catalysts for Change - May 25th - 29th

2021 Altus Chautauqua - 20th Century Visionaries: Catalysts for Change

Modern-day Chautauqua programs present a variety of historical enactments, workshops, and informal discussions.
2021 CHAUTAUQUA SCHEDULE
  • Tuesday, May 25th at 11am CDT
    Altus Workshop: Wright and The Women by Dr. Ted Kachel
  • Tuesday, May 25th at 2pm CDT
    Altus Workshop: The Sykes-Picot Agreement and Today's Middle East Conflict by Karen Vuranch
  • Tuesday, May 25th at 7pm CDT
    Altus Performance: The Ultimate Trekkie: Gene Roddenberry by Doug Mishler
  • Wednesday, May 26th at 11am CDT
    Altus Workshop: Wagon Train to the Stars: How Star Trek Transformed American Entertainment by Dr. Doug Mishler
  • Wednesday, May 26th at 2pm CDT
    Altus Workshop: Are You Putting Me On? McLuhan as Wise Guy by Dr. John Dennis Anderson
  • Wednesday, May 26th at 7pm CDT
    Altus Performance: Queen of the Desert: Gertrude Bell performed by Karen Vuranch
  • Thursday, May 27th at 11am CDT
    Altus Workshop: The Literature of World War I by Karen Vuranch
  • Thursday, May 27th at 2pm CST
    Altus Workshop: Marie Curie's Legacy by Susan Marie Frontczak
  • Thursday, May 27th at 7pm CDT
    Altus Performance: The Medium is the Message: Marshall McLuhan performed by John Dennis Anderson
  • Friday, May 28th at 11am CDT
    Altus Workshop: Marshall McLuhan: Sixties Pop and Counter-Culture by Dr. John Dennis Anderson
  • Friday, May 28th at 2pm CDT
    Altus Workshop: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Oklahoma Presence by Dr. Ted Kachel
  • Friday, May 28 at 7pm CDT
    Altus Performance: Visionary Scientist: Marie Curie performed by Susan Marie Frontczak
  • Saturday, May 29th at 11am CDT
    Altus Workshop: Marie Curie: What Almost Stopped Her by Susan Marie Frontczak
  • Saturday, May 29th at 2pm CDT
    Altus Workshop: To Go Where No Man Has Gone Before: Gene Roddenberry by Dr. Doug Mishler
  • Saturday, May 29th at 7pm CDT
    Altus Performance: American Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright performed by Ted Kachel

Register for all workshops & performances by clicking the RSVP button below!

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