MoCA Westport programs in November include, clockwise from left: artist Penny Slinger’s presentation about Frida Kahlo; pianist Artem Kuznetsov, 2022 Heida Hermanns Competition winner, returns to Westport for classical concert, and Django Festival Allstars will perform jazz and swing styles inspired by Paris of the 1920s-30s. / Contributed photos

WESTPORT — The work of artist Frida Kahlo, a performance by a prize-winning pianist and a new riff on jazz from 1920s and ’30s all will be showcased during November at MoCA Westport.

The special programs are planned in addition to the exhibition of work by Purvis Young, “This is the Life I See,” on display through Dec. 29 at the museum, 19 Newtown Turnpike.

Other offerings include:

Thursday, Nov. 2, 7 p.m.: “Frida Kahlo and Me,” a MoCA Community Conversation, featuring artist Penny Slinger, whose presentation is inspired by a visit to Kahlo’s home in Mexico, and includes a side-by-side comparison of works by Kahlo and herself.

No charge to attend for museum members, $10 general admission. To register online, click here.

Saturday, Nov. 18. 7 p.m.: Artem Kuznetsov, the 2022 winner of the Heida Hermanns Competition, will perform a concert of classical music.

Since winning last year’s Westport-based piano competition, Kuznetsov has performed with orchestras around the world, and won first-place prizes at the Russian Piano Competition in San Remo, Italy, and the Santa Cecilia Piano Competition in Porto Portugal, according to a publicity release.

To purchase tickets online, click here.

Tuesday, Nov. 21, 7 p.m.: the Django Festival Allstars will perform, bringing their renditions of jazz and swing styles inspired by Parisian music of the 1920s and ’30s.

The band, whose musicians hail from the Lorraine region of France, has performed at the Newport and San Francisco jazz festivals, he Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall and Birdland in New York City.

To purchase tickets online, click here.

For more information, call MoCA Westport at 203-222-7070.