A Nashville Events Calender for the month of November that lists some of the current events and activities taking place in and around Nashville, Tennessee in November.
All Events are listed in the following order:
Annual Events-Holidays-Specials-Daily Events-Ongoing Events-Venues
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Calendar Last Updated - 7/9/2014
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Frist Center for the Visual Arts is proud to present American Ballads: The Photographs of Marty Stuart. The exhibition will be on display from May 9-November 2, 2014, in the Conte Community Arts Gallery, which is free to the public. American Ballads is composed of more than 60 photographs from three bodies of work: "The Masters" of country music; the "Blue Line Hotshots" he has met on his travels on America's back roads; and the Lakota people of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and others in South Dakota in the section "Badlands."
Experience Camelot's "one brief shining moment" as Lerner and Loewe envisioned it in one of theatre's most legendary musicals. Recount the time-honored legend of King Arthur, Guinevere, Lancelot, and the Knights of the Round Table in an enchanting fable of chivalry, majesty, and brotherhood in this four-time Tony Award®-winning show. Camelot tells the story of the legend of King Arthur who rules his kingdom with new ideals, bringing peace to a troubled land. But when his beautiful new Queen Guinevere and the dashing Sir Lancelot, his most trusted knight, give in to their passion for one another, one of the most fabled love triangles of all time ensues. Intimate and fresh, never has this story of passion, pageantry, and betrayal been more captivating. Camelot will be at Andrew Jackson Hall in Nashville, TN - November 4 through November 9, 2014
Step aboard the General Jackson Showboat, for their Heart of Tennessee: A Musical Journey, celebrates the deeply rich traditions of the music born in the Volunteer State.
Helen Pashgian explores the nature of perception by using natural and artificial light to illuminate reflective, translucent or transparent industrial materials such as fiberglass, polyester resin, plastic, glass and other substances. A pioneer of the Light and Space Movement of the 1960s, Pashgian and others within this small group of Southern California artists sought to make the spectators' sensory experience the focus of their work. This exhibition presents a selection of her paired columns, luminous seven foot structures that refract light in surprising ways due to their internal copper rods, as well as other works.Sept. 26, 2014-Jan. 4, 2015 Gordon Contemporary Artists Project Gallery
Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach Regional Premiere Nov. 6 - Dec. 14, 2014 Music and Lyrics by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. Book by Timothy Allen McDonald. Based on the book by Roald Dahl. Appropriate for families with children old enough to appreciate Dahl's delightfully bizarre writing style. Young James (orphaned when his parents were killed in a tragic rhinoceros accident), longs to escape the custody of his hilariously horrible aunts. When the backyard peach tree magically yields a fantastical fruit of preposterous proportion, James and a group of colossal creepy crawlers roll off together on a series of amazing adventures!
Considered one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, Wassily Kandinsky is often credited with creating the first purely non-objective painting. Featuring over 80 paintings, watercolors, drawings and a reconstituted mural, this exhibition celebrates some of the most significant aspects of the artist's oeuvre. Beginning with his early paintings influenced by symbolists such as Edvard Munch, Russian folk painting and Fauvism, the exhibition also includes works Kandinsky created while part of the Munich-based group, der Blaue Reiter, which greatly influenced his stylistic shift toward pure abstraction. The exhibition also surveys the artist's work during his time in Russia through World War I and after the October Revolution, the time he spent at the Bauhaus in Germany, and concludes with late works he created in Paris. Drawing extensively from the collection of Kandinsky's works from Paris's Centre Pompidou, which were donated by Kandinsky's widow, the exhibition will also feature an additional selection of works by other der Blaue Reiter artists from the Milwaukee Art Museum and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, providing a context through which viewers can appreciate Kandinsky's significance. Sept. 26, 2014-Jan. 4, 2015 Ingram Gallery
With driving artistic instinct, a trademark husky voice made for storytelling, polished showmanship and effortless charisma, Kenny Rogers conquered radio, television and film en route to becoming a beloved American icon. The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will pay tribute to Rogers with the cameo exhibition Kenny Rogers: Through the Years, which opens in the museum's East Gallery on August 15, 2014, and runs through June 14, 2015.