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Events for November 2018

  • Fall International Film Festival: Marshall Artists Series

    November 01, 2018 to November 04, 2018 — Huntington, Cabell

    Nov 1 at 5:30 PM – Nov 4 at 9 PM

    Keith Albee Performing Arts Center

    925 4th Avenue, Huntington, West Virginia 25701

    Thursday | November 1

    • 5:30 PM—-Back to Burgundy
    • 7:40 PM—-Loveless

    Friday | November 2

    • 11:00 AM—-RBG
    • 5:30 PM—-A Fantastic Woman
    • 7:30 PM—-Angels Wear White

    Saturday | November 3

    • 12:30 PM—-RBG
    • 2:30 PM—-The Insult
    • 5:30 PM—-Back to Burgundy
    • 7:45 PM—-A Fantastic Woman

    Sunday | November 4

    • 12:30 PM—-Loveless
    • 2:45 PM—-Angels Wear White
    • 5:30 PM—-The Insult
    • 7:35 PM—-RBG
  • Bessie's Blues at Tamarack

    November 03, 2018 — Beckley, Raleigh

    Lady D returns to the Tamarack stage with her one-woman show, “Bessie’s Blues;” the abbreviated production of her original play, “The Lady and the Empress.” Based on the life and music of the Empress of the Blues, “Bessie’s Blues” differs from the original show only in the length and the use of only one musician. Saturday, November 3, 2018, 1 PM – 3:30 PM

    Relive the 20’s and 30’s along with Bessie as she recalls life on the “Chitlin’ Circuit” and the Jim Crow South. Hear tunes that may sound familiar as they have been covered by many artists over the past almost 100 years. Songs like “Dirty No-Gooders Blues,” “I Ain’t Got Nobody” and “Gimme A Pigfoot.” are staples of the Bessie Smith catalogue.

    Bessie Smith earned the title of “Empress of the Blues” by virtue of her forceful vocal delivery and command of the genre. Her singing displayed a soulfully phrased, boldly delivered and nearly definitive grasp of the blues. In addition, she was an all-around entertainer who danced, acted and performed comedy routines with her touring company. She was the highest-paid black performer of her day and arguably reached a level of success greater than that of any African-American entertainer before her.

    This event is FREE to the public!

  • The Beach Boys - Brian Wilson, Al Jardine & Blondie Chaplin LIVE: Marshall Artists Series

    November 06, 2018 — Huntington, Cabell

    Tuesday, November 6 at 7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

    Keith Albee Performing Arts Center

    925 4th Avenue, Huntington, West Virginia 25701

    The Keith-Albee will be filled with the sounds of summer as Brian Wilson and The Beach Boys perform hits we all know and love. This tour features Wilson and his band, including longtime Beach Boys members Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin, performing tunes from throughout their career.

    American songwriter, producer, arranger and musician, co-founder and leader of The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson is a deeply revered figure in popular music, the main creative force behind some of the most cherished recordings in rock history. He was barely out of his teens when he started to make gold albums featuring classics like “Surfer Girl,” “In My Room,” “I Get Around,” and “Don’t Worry Baby.” Wilson’s ground-breaking work on the album, Pet Sounds, and the single, “Good Vibrations,” re-wrote the rules of what a pop album or single could be. His solo record SMiLE, released in 2004, had been anticipated by music fans since the late 1960s.

    Wilson is a Kennedy Center Honors recipient, a Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee, and a multiple GRAMMY Award winner. With the Beach Boys, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988 and honored with The Recording Academy’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2001.

  • Creators Talk: "Sharing West Virginia Stories- Traveling with Brad Rice"

    November 07, 2018 — Charleston, Kanawha

    After showing a few examples of his favorite stories for WCHS, and a snippet or two from his documentary projects, Rice will take questions about his career traveling the back roads of West Virginia. Artists, authors, cool things in general are all fair game for his Traveling West Virginia segment. Inspired at an early age by the images in West Virginia magazine, and running the roads fishing and hiking with his grandfather and dad, Brad has been fortunate enough to work in the news business and produce weekly features that expose our unique Appalachian culture to a larger audience.

    Bio-

    After graduating from West Virginia State University in 1987 with a degree in Communications, Brad Rice is now a 25 year award winning photojournalist with WCHS-TV in Charleston, WV. Covering everything from natural disasters, political races, industrial accidents, and daily news assignments. His experience and performance lead him to two weekly franchise segments, West Virginia Wildlife and Traveling West Virginia. Rice has earned numerous Associated Press and West Virginia Broadcasters Association awards for his work, and was the recipient of an Emmy Award in 2007. His 2015 documentary “Swiss Family Balli” was broadcast statewide on West Virginia Public Television, and was selected by the West Virginia Film Makers Festival and The West Virginia International Film Festival. Rice was also the director of photography for “The Stewards of Shavers Fork” a documentary produced by The Canaan Valley Institute, West Virginia University, and The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources.

    When: Wednesday, November 7, 2018 7pm-9pm

    Location: WVSU EDC 1506 Kanawha Blvd. West Charleston

    Cost: FREE! Register to save your seat!

  • The Amicus Curiae Lecture Series on Constitutional Democracy: Tony Smith

    November 08, 2018 — Huntington, Cabell WVHC Event

    Dr. Smith will present his lecture on “Gerrymandering in America, the House of Representatives, the Supreme Court, and the Future of Popular Sovereignty,” as part of the Simon Perry Center’s Amicus Curiae Lecture Series on Constitutional Democracy at Marshall University. The lecture is free and open to the public. From I-64, take Exit 11 (Hal Greer Blvd); take Hal Greer Blvd. to 5th Ave. Turn right onto 5th Ave., stay in right lane; facility parking lot is on right. Handicap accessible. This project is funded in part by a West Virginia Humanities Council grant.

    7:00 PM November 8

    Marshall University Foundation Hall

    519 John Marshall Dr

    Huntington, WV

    Phone:(304) 696-2801

    Email:patricia.proctor@marshall.edu

  • Diversity in Appalachia Lecture Series: 12 Days at No. 9: The Farmington Mine Disaster 50 Years Later

    November 13, 2018 — Fairmont, Marion WVHC Event

    “12 Days at No. 9: The Farmington Mine Disaster 50 Years Later” will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the event while highlighting the culture of coal mining families and how they were affected by the media. This lecture is being presented as part of the Diversity in Appalachia Lecture Series, which serves to emphasize underrepresented voices in Central Appalachia and West Virginia. The event is open to the public. This event is supported by a grant from the West Virginia Humanities Council

    7:00 PM November 13 at Frank & Jane Gabor West Virginia Folklife Center

    1201 Locust Avenue

    Fairmont State University

    Fairmont, WV

    Phone: (304) 292-3480

    Email: francene.kirk@gmail.com

  • Holiday Crafts

    November 25, 2018 to November 30, 2018 — Cedar Lakes Conference Center, Jackson

    Five craft workshops are available at Cedar Lakes Conference Center, near Ripley.Topics are baskets, woodcarving, stained glass, wood turning and playing the dulcimer. Call 877-426-8056 for registration information. www.RoadScholar.org

  • Hands on Tamarack: Teen Cooking Camp

    November 26, 2018 to November 28, 2018 — Beckley, Raleigh

    Give your teen the opportunity to hone his or her culinary skills in a fun, collaborative environment. Our Teens’ Cooking Camp will feature instruction from Tamarack Executive Chef, Michele Koeniger. This 3 day camp will be held at Tamarack. All materials will be provided.

    • November 26, 27 & 28th from 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
    • Registration: $75 plus tax and processing fee
    • Instructor: Executive Chef, Michele Koeniger

    https://www.facebook.com/events/483024072166640/

  • Holiday Craft Workshops

    November 30, 2018 to December 02, 2018 — Cedar Lakes Conference Center, Jackson

    Make a gift for someone special at this weekend getaway. Choose from painting, stained glass, wood turning, photography and playing the bowed psaltery. Call 304-372-7860 for registration details.

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