The Frist Center welcomes Chilean artist Alfredo Jaar in the latest installment of their “State of the Art” lecture series. Jaar finds his voice through 2-D art, architecture and film. His work has been celebrated around the globe from Moscow to Rome to New York. He has been named both a Guggenheim Fellow and a MacArthur Fellow. Jaar penetrates abiding social injustices through installations, attempting to draw public attention to tragedies that are overlooked by mass media. On Saturday, Oct. 9, the Kid’s Club at the Frist will offer little ones the chance to get artsy. Sassy Skelly Masks for Dia de los Muerstos will teach youngsters how to make their own skeleton masks for the Mexican holiday. One of the coolest kids’ activities ever conceived, this project will teach attendees about cultural responses to grief and show them how to make awesome skull art.