FC Buzz Weekend November 10 - 12
HamletHub is proud to partner with the Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County and FCBuzz to Elevate Arts and Culture in Fairfield County! Each week, look for a listing of weekend events and activities. The Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County celebrates the vibrancy and diversity of the arts and culture across 15 towns in coastal Fairfield County. Sign up to receive a free eBuzz newsletter with top picks and spotlight events from the hundreds of events posted on FCBuzz.
The Knowlton, Bridgeport
Fri, Nov 10, 4-9:30PM
How is the world of Ai impacting the world of Visual Arts and Eco Design? Experience an evening of art and Eco design created by traditional artists, Ai-generated art and Ai-inspired art. SHIM Art Network brings internationally curated artists from around the world and across the US with EXQUISITE Ai and Ai Game. Panel discussion and ECO Forum not to be missed!
First Church Congregational, Fairfield
Fri, Nov 10, 7:30PM, Sat, Nov 11, 7PM, and Sun, Nov 12, 4PM
Fairfield Center Stage proudly presents the musical comedy “ELF!” Based on the hit movie starring Will Ferrell, the show runs for two weekends through Nov 19. Featuring songs by Tony Award nominees Matthew Sklar and Chad Beguelin with book by Tony Award winners Thomas Meehan and Bob Martin.
The MAC – Milford Arts Council, Milford
Fri, Nov 10, 7:30PM
Come see a Venezuelan-Appalachia fusion duo offering a bilingual and cross-cultural program of virtuosic folk music, storytelling, humor, and audience participation. Larry & Joe is the latest project of living legend of Llanera, Larry Bellorín - also an asylum-seeking migrant - and Joe Troop, former bandleader of GRAMMY-nominated Latingrass ensemble Che Apalache. An experience not to be missed!
Wall Street Theater, Norwalk
Fri, Nov 10, 8PM; Sat, Nov 11, 3PM & 7:30PM; Sun, Nov 12, 3PM
Winner of 8 Tony Awards®, this musical is an electrifying journey through the trials and challenges of adolescence. Bold subject matter and intense performances with music by Duncan Sheik.
Quick Center for the Arts at Fairfield University
Fri, Nov 10, 8-9PM
Performing timeless music from the Gullah culture of the southeastern Sea Islands. Tanky's 2020 album, Best Regional Roots Album, reached #1 on the Billboard, Amazon, and iTunes Jazz Charts. Fischer, who has performed with icons like The Rolling Stones, Luther Vandross, and Tina Turner, has spent four decades singing and was featured in the Oscar-winning film, Twenty Feet from Stardom.
Silvermine Galleries, New Canaan
Sat, Nov 10 - Sun, Nov 11, 11AM - 4PM
Fifteen artisans will be showcased in a fine art and craft fair of ceramics, clothing, fiber, jewelry and sculpture. The annual Holiday Salon of affordable works of art by Guild Artists will also be on view and for sale in the gallery.
Wilton Historical Society
Sat, Nov 11, 11AM-12PM
Celebrate Veteran’s Day at a Wreath-making workshop for kids. Assemble a decorative wreath adorned with burlap and cranberries, while Museum Educator Catherine Lipper discusses the significance and history of Veteran’s Day in the United States.
URSA Gallery, Bridgeport
Sat, Nov 11, 6-8PM
It’s a one-of-a-kind art opening and concert event! Embracing the transformative phase of the new Bridgeport space, this event celebrates the creative process, offering a rare glimpse into the middle stages of opening an art gallery and coffee roasting business. In Medias Res is Latin for “in the midst of things,” encapsulating the essence of this event. Don’t miss this immersive experience that highlights the beauty of creation and evolution. The gallery/coffee roasting space, still under construction, becomes part of the exhibit itself, allowing visitors to engage with the art and the environment in an entirely new way.
Easton Public Library
Sun, Nov 12, 3-4PM
The Wednesday Afternoon Musical Club at Easton Public Library celebrates its 125th anniversary and Geroge Gershwin's 125th birthday with a concert of his music. Vocal and piano, ensembles, solos, duets as well as some of Gershwin's own piano compositions will be included in this special performance.
Sun, Nov 12, 4-6Pm
Connecticut pianist Matt DeChamplain and celebrated violinist Jason Anick team up in a special Sunday Soundscapes concert tribute to jazz legends and frequent collaborators Oscar Peterson and Stephane Grappelli. Joining them will be New York- based Matt Munisteri on guitar and Brazilian-born Eduardo Belo on bass. It’s “gypsy jazz” at its finest!
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