It's Valentine's Day and what better way to celebrate love of the artistic community than with a film about Bert Long.
Go to the Menil at 7 p.m. and see Bert. You'll learn that it is possible for a successful artist to give back to the artistic community.
Poisoned by romance? Reese Darby has curated an antidote in Physical Attraction: A Respite from Romance at Hardy and Nance Street Studio Complex.
Ingredients include works by Tim Gonzalez, Cecelia Johnson, Jonatan Lopez, and Patrick Turk.
Book your day with three very distinct performance art pieces.
Start at noon at Del Rio st. @ S. Macgregor Way with Walk 3 of the Human Tour led by Carrie Schneider and Alex Eckstue.
At 2 p.m. at DiverseWorks in Tony Feher's Free Fall and later 8p.m. @ 2513 Holman @ Project Row Houses, see Autumn Knight and John Pluecker (JP) perform in What Is Seen As It Is Seen
Then at 7 p.m. at the Menil, catch Wura-Natasha Ogunji's live video performance Radio Kaduna. It tackles the topic of love within a Muslim-Christian household in pre-independence Nigeria.
Performance not your thing? Gallery Row's got it going on anchored by McMurtrey Gallery with The Pleasure of Ruin by Sydney Yeager.