As the calendar turns to May and spring comes into full bloom, here at the Institute, we are looking forward to our busiest month of the year so far. We will be discussing a range of issues from childcare to manufacturing to investing.
On Tuesday, March 19, Aaron Dworkin, founder and president of the Sphinx Organization and an expert on youth development and di
“It’s hard to remember what the theater was like before Joe,” said Shakespeare Theatre Company Artistic Director Michael Kahn of the genre-changing, Public Theater founder Joseph Papp.
Though this year's Oscars are over (gratefully, for some), the most salient conversation of the evening—the importance of creativity in education—will continue in Los Angeles on March 6.
February may be the shortest month of the year, but it's turning out to be one of the busiest at the Aspen Institute. Here is a taste of what we have coming up and some great opportunties to engage with the Institute.
Upon the news that New York City has acquired what will become the final section of the High Line from CSX Transportation for development, it seems fitting that we take a look back at High Line architect Elizabeth Diller’s discussion at the Institute’s Ideas Festival earlier this summ
“Beauty is a great way to connect. When you see a painting or a performance that is beauty, you find yourself opening up," Dutch composer Merlijn Twaalfhoven said at Thursday’s Arts panel “Culture and Conflict.”