On November 2 at 6pm, encounter 300 years of art at the Gibbes Museum of Art Breaking Down Barriers: 300 Years of Women in Art lecture series, which kicks off with an illuminating discussion about the painter Mary Whyte. On November 3 at 2:30pm, enjoy a guided tour of the new exhibition exploring female artists of the past three centuries, led by Pam Wall, curator of exhibitionsThe next day, get up close to the musicians of the CSO during the November 5 Symphony Tour of Homes on Kiawah Island. The all-day benefit begins at 10am with tours of numerous notable Kiawah homes featuring CSO musicians performing live, and continues at 4pm with a happy hour and concert on the Village Green at Freshfields. The athletic set can take part in this year’s 5k and 10k James Island Connector Run, on November 5 at 8:30am, beginning and ending at Cannon Park. And on November 6 at 3pm, the Charleston Chamber Opera presents The Diva’s Come Undone, a concert of operatic repertoire featuring women on the verge of ecstasy, despair, or insanity, held in conjunction with the Gibbes Museum Breaking Down Barriersexhibition.. On November 4 at 7:30pm, delight in a lively Charleston Symphony Orchestra Popsseason opener at the Gaillard, featuring songs from Rodgers and Hammerstein’s hit musicalsCarousel, The King & I, South Pacific, and The Sound of Music, conducted by Stuart Malina.

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