2015 - Photo Gallery

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Chris Lew, Rachel Rose and Xaviera Simmons (right)

Reception following plenary sessions

Speaker Jay Kriegel (right)

Speaker Francis Naumann (center)

Bonnie Burnham and Adam Lowe during the Preserving Our Cultural Heritage session

Scott Tinker presenting during the Demystifying Energy session

Speakers from New Art – What Makes A Generation session mingling with guests

Ambassador William Luers and Michael Kramer discussing Dealing with Iran session

Jim Hoge, David Sanger, Ambassador Luers and Michael Kramer during the Dealing with Iran session

Paul Krugman and Darren Walker during the Income Inequality session

Books by speakers for sale by local Kent bookstore House of Books

Paul Marks and Harold Varmus during the Cancer – Research, Prevention and Treatment session

Alex Taylor and JB Straubel during Automobiles – Disruption Ahead session

Edmund Morris and Christopher Buckley in The Gipper vs. The Veep debate

Janet Gornick, Paul Krugman, Darren Walker and Steve Pearlstein

Andre Aciman and Judith Shulevitz during Time in the Age of Information session

Race and Criminal Justice presented by Darren Walker, Hakeem Jeffries and Mayor Mitch Landrieu

Dodie Kazanjian, Francis Naumann and Amy Cappellazzo during the session The Big Blur: Museums, Galleries, and Auction Houses

Lewis Lapham interviewed by Nick Lemann

Jane Whitney, Ed Rollins and Joe Nocera in the Guns In America debate.

KentPresents guests and speakers enjoying evening festivities in scenic Litchfield Hills

Guests and speakers having a relaxing chat after a full day of ideas

Connecticut Governor Danell Malloy (blue jacket) engaging with guests and speakers at KentPresents

Evening festivities at KentPresents

Understanding Islamic Extremism with Joshua Landis and Chase Robinson and Michael Kramer

David Benedict, Ted Chapin and Richard Maltby Jr. on the panel State of Play(s) – The Future of Theater

Rating Presidents panel with Ed Rollins, Paul Krugman, Dan Kevles, David Nasaw and Jay Kriegel

Scott Fraser, Frances Arnold and Stewart Brand presenting Evolution: Recreating the Past, Exploring the Future session

Speakers and guests enjoying an afternoon break

Disruptive Technologies panel with Bill Gross, Scott Fraser, Steve Koonin and Jim Fruchterman

Francis Naumann, Jerry Saltz and Pepe Karmel (speaking) debate Duchamp and Picasso: Two Men and a Bicycle

Siddhartha Mukherjee interviewed by Michael Moritz

Corby Kummer and Stewart Brand on GMOs – Danger, or Panacea?

Jim Zirin, Jeffrey Toobin and Michael Kramer on How the Supreme Court is Changing America

Secretary of State Henry Kissinger interviewed on World Order by Christopher Buckley

If I Loved You...The Anatomy of a Musical Scene, directed by Ted Chapin, Richard Maltby Jr. Jack Viertel, and sung by (from left to right) Jen Regan, Nathaniel Hackman, Leah Horowitz and Jenn Gambatese.

Mingling at an afternoon break