During Nirvana’s post-Nevermind mega-success, Kurt Cobain repeatedly wore a T-shirt that bore the cover image of Daniel Johnston’s 1983 cassette release Hi, How Are You?: a crudely drawn frog-like monster with eye stalks, who croaks the project’s titular question. This combination of hilarious naivety and disturbing darkness has always informed Johnston’s visual art and recording, and the artist’s struggles with manic depression and schizophrenia are documented in the harrowing 2006 film The Devil and Daniel Johnston. Having seen the more than 100 drawings that will be on display here, I can assure you that this show is not to be missed. In lieu of a reception, Lipscomb will hold a gallery symposium today at noon featuring commentary by Gregory Alan Thornbury and James David Dark.