1. Arts Council Presents “New-World Technology Meets Old-World Artistry”
WHAT: Anne Goetze is a nationally recognized Tennessee artist who works in mixed media. Using camera and paintbrush she has spent over 15 years documenting some of Williamson County’s most revered and bucolic places.
Through using photos of her work, Anne will demonstrate the spiritual and mental preparation she goes through to create her masterpieces. Anne will also teach participants the practical methods she uses for her multi-media creations; using photographs and paint to capture the beauty she sees all around her. Participants will find out how she blends new-world technology and old-world artistry to create her timeless best-works. Anne’s presentation is not just for artists. The general public will find this program inspiring.
Her work can be found in the collections of Tennessee State Museum, Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, Oprah Winfrey, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, plus Billy Ray Cyrus, to name a few.
Anne will speak about how we, as artists, not only share the inspiration given by our surroundings, but also how we can help preserve a grounding way of life. Anne’s love for nature has led her to be involved in conservation issues and to look for, and see the beauty of this world and try to preserve it.
Register here if you would like to attend.
Cost is $10 for non-members, $5 for members and free for professional members. You may pay at the door.
WHEN: Friday, Oct 11, 11:30 Networking–Bring your lunch and join in the fun of meeting and networking with other local artists! 12:00 – 1:00 Program
WHERE: Franklin Creative Studios located at 1261 Columbia Ave. just across from the Williamson County Library.
2. Paranormal Investigation at Rippavilla Plantation
WHAT: Be a part of a Paranormal Investigative Team conducting research at Rippavilla Plantation, hosted by Southern Innovative Paranormal.
Ticket price includes the mansion plus several additional sites as well as finger foods, snacks, and drinks.
Tickets are $60.00 per guest. Tickets are LIMITED and are nonrefundable. Participants must be at least 18 to attend.
Arrive no later than 7:00pm. Please bring your own flashlight, and wear comfortable clothing. Light snacks will be provided.
WHEN: Friday, Oct 11, 7pm – 2am
WHERE: Rippavilla Plantation, 5700 Main St, Spring Hill
3. Cigar Night at Arrington Vineyards
WHAT: Enjoy live music and highly rated cigars paired with Arrington Vineyard wines. Each Cigar Night is from 6pm to 9pm in AV’s Pavilion and is presented by Franklin Cigar. The San Rafael Band will be playing from 6-9pm. Picnics are welcome. This is a free event. No reservations are required. Wine tastings and seating are on a first-come, first-served basis.
WHEN: Wed, Oct 9, 6pm
WHERE: Arrington Vineyards, 6211 Patton Road, Arrington
4. Rendezvous at Ravenswood
WHAT: The City of Brentwood has spent the entire year celebrating its 50th year as an incorporated municipality throughout 2019. After a successful parade and community festival at Crockett Park, the final community event is planned for Thursday, October 10 at 6pm in the evening at Ravenswood Mansion located at 1825 Wilson Pike, Brentwood.
The Rendezvous at Ravenswood will feature Tyrone Smith and the highly energetic 12-piece band “Super T” as the evening entertainment.
Visit brentwoodtn50.org for more and to purchase tickets.
WHEN: Thursday, Oct 10, 5pm – 9pm
WHERE: Ravenswood Mansion, 1825 Wilson Pike, Brentwood
5. Disney in Concert: Coco with the Nashville Symphony
WHAT: Bring toda la familia for this Academy Award-winning animated favorite, with the Nashville Symphony performing Michael Giacchino’s beautiful score live, complete with a classical guitar soloist and a mariachi band onstage. Celebrate Día de Los Muertos at the Schermerhorn with this heartwarming film, which follows aspiring young musician Miguel as he encounters unexpected adventures in the Land of the Dead. Come early for pre-concert activities. Enjoy live music from Mariachi Los Potrillos, face painting and crafts beginning at 5:30pm.
WHEN: Thursday, Oct 10 & Friday, Oct 11: Pre-concert activities 5:30pm – 7pm, show 7pm
WHERE: Schermerhorn Symphony Center, 1 Symphony Place, Nashville