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Panel Discussion: German Expressionism — Exploring the Cultural Makeup of Germany During the Early Twentieth Century 

When: Thu., Sept. 27, 6:30 p.m. 2012
When representatives from three of Nashville’s arts institutions come together tonight, you can think of it as a cultural Justice League or a brainier gathering of the Avengers. “German Expressionism: Exploring the Cultural Makeup of Germany during the Early Twentieth Century” is a panel discussion that will feature audiovisual elements and live performances to investigate Germany’s cultural consciousness before World War II. The lecture is a preview for the Frist Center’s German Expressionism From the Detroit Institute of Arts exhibition opening in mid-October. Panelists include Frist curator Trinita Kennedy, Nashville Opera’s John Hoomes and Nashville Symphony’s Andy Campbell. Tonight’s moderator is Vanderbilt professor Robert Barsky
— Joe Nolan

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