Reminder-Tuesday-February 21-The Erotic Literary Salon-Live/Adult Sex-Ed Salon-Lonely Hearts Club

Monica Day will be the evening’s featured reader. She is the host and leader of The 300% Life: An Unusual Unconference, and it’s a dynamic, multi-sensory experience that wakes you up to your biggest life, and shows you how to live it fully, creatively, and powerfully. March 9-12 in Philadelphia. Monica is offering a special discount to the Erotic Literary Salon Community. Use code SALON300 to claim discount. http://monicaday.com/events/

Museum of Art tourism destinations

Philadelphia Museum of Art – Lonely Hearts Club:

Friday, February 24, 2017
5:00 p.m. – 8:45 p.m.

Love is a battlefield. Music, art, and theater help soothe your soul.

Art Making: Love Notes  
5:30-7:30 p.m.
Book artist Colette Fu shows you how to create your own pop-up cards. Make some love—or anti-love—themed cards to give your friends, partner, an ex, or yourself. She’ll have patterns available for all ages and levels, just come with an open heart.Silent Disco with Silent Philly 
5:30-8:00 p.m.
Silent Philly is in the house-grab some headphones and fill the galleries with song and dance.Detour: Timaree Schmit  
5:45 p.m. & 6:30 p.m.
Sexologist Timaree Schmit believes that rational, empirically based sex-ed is the basis for social justice. View three selected works of Duchamp through the lens of sex positive feminism and sexology.
The Museum offers free, daily guided tours on a number of topics. Pick up a Today handout for more information.Musical Act: Eliza Hardy Jones  
5:45 p.m. & 7:15 p.m.
Hardy is a classically trained pianist who’s recently made the leap to the electric landscape. This Philadelphia native has played with Buried Beds, Nightlands, Strand of Oaks, and Grace Potter, and has just debuted her solo album, Because Become. Tonight she plays two sets: the first one as an acoustic solo and the second one with her full band.In-Gallery performance: Revolution Shakespeare presents “Love Hurts”
6:15 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.
What’s the only thing worse than not being in love? Being in love. Many of Shakespeare’s characters grapple with the thorniest emotion of them all and lead us to ask the eternal question: Is having a date on Saturday night really worth all the drama?

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