2022-2023 season

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What possible worlds will future generations live in? What possible worlds might be out there on our horizon of shared humanness?  The recent launch and spectacular imagery from the Webb telescope reveal the wonder and beauty of hidden worlds, massive galaxies and visions of infinite possibilities.

 

At a time when it seems most policy groups and think-tanks share preconceived agendas and mainly seek to document already arrived at conclusions, our Institute welcomes and encourages open dialogue and diverse opinions as the best way to promote thoughtful, richer and more enlightened insights. This approach in turn can help us make more meaningful, more knowledgeable contributions locally, nationally, and globally.

 

For the past two decades, within a non-partisan, non-sectarian platform, our Institute has has sought to stimulate meaningful change through creative and enlightened programming. Through civil dialogue, we seek to tackle the pressing issues and questions of our time.
 

This season, we will be joined by luminaries in the world of Science, Global Affairs, Communications and Culture, Education, Visual Arts, Justice, Digital Technology and beyond. In addition, The Institute will once again offer our signature Concerts in the Garden series featuring in-person world class musical performers from the Curtis Institute under the guidance of our Music Director, Ford Lallerstedt. Highlighting our 2023 Season will be our February Gala with an exciting and fun evening of Jazz by the sensational twenty-one-year-old Matthew Whitaker and his quintet.  Please join us at The Breakers on Thursday evening, February 9 for this very special event.  Tickets are now on sale!


By exploring new ideas and concepts emerging from the many worlds of experts, scholars and artists, we can encourage the growth of new knowledge and help to dissolve the many misunderstandings between individuals and societies. Now is the time to know more, to know better and to collectively communicate. I hope you will be a part of the conversation and be a part of the many new discoveries that lie ahead.

 

This is the optimism we sincerely hope the Coudert Institute can inspire for the world we live in and for the possible worlds of generations to come. We look forward to seeing you often at the wonderful events of this exciting season!

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