So it's Valentine's Day tomorrow, and you have childcare lined up, but nothing planned... or what's that you say, you don't even have children? Lucky you.
I kid, I kid, of course, though only partially, and less partially than I'd like to admit at times. And those kids of mine do inhibit me from attending some mighty enticing looking events planned for tomorrow due to their tendency to break things, shriek and slobber in polite company. Though I might be able to get away with taking Jack to this one, he might be persuaded to refrain from the above three for at least one hour of the day:
The Museum of Natural & Artificial Ephemerata presents:
***LUNA TART & FRIENDS***
and their Astounding PHANTOMOGRAPH of LOVE!
Valentine's Day, Sat. Feb. 14, 7-10pm!
At the Museum, 1808 Singleton Ave.,
off MLK in East Austin.
Come see the Phantomograph, a Machine that Reads the Music in Things -- in
this case, YOU! Sit down in the plush interior of this Machine and Hear
what your Love Sounds Like! Then take a Curator-led Tour of WONDROUS
INSTRUMENTS, our current themed community exhibition!
Tours are also available Saturdays 1-4pm on
February 14, 21, 28
March 7, 14, 21, 28
( I love this from their website about their current exhibition: "Lift the Veil of Boredom that separates you from the Wondrous Instruments all around us!")
And Suzanna Choffel playing with Dan Dyer at Momo's, that sounds like an awesome show. Oh my God, I love Suzanna Choffel, she's dreamy. Click on that link and listen to one of her songs, just one, I dare you.