On Sat., Feb. 22, folk rock outfit Book Club is convening in the Rodriguez Room at the Goat Farm for a particularly industrious merger of homegrown art and music. The group will give a slightly longer-than-usual live performance during which artist Molly Rose Freeman will paint a work of art live. When she’s finished, the piece will be broken into 30 separate 7-inch pieces of art that will be used as record covers. Straw Hat Press will then screen-print the back covers of each one. Thomas Barnwell (Stations Receiving) will lathe cut Book Club’s song “Boomerangs and Bedroom Eyes” onto a 7-inch. The finished product will be a one-sided record/objet d’art that will be available for $50 (advance) and $65 (day of show).