The Art of Being LC (U.S.)Monday, July 2, 2018 @ 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
(1.5 hrs. approximate run time)
Join us for a screening of The Art of Being LC, featuring a conversation/Q&A with the filmmaker, Carl King, via Skype after the film.
In 1999 Atlanta Legal Aid Society attorney, Sue Jamieson, argued before the US Supreme Court and won a ground breaking civil rights case. One of the two plaintiffs was L.C. Because L.C. wanted to be free, tens of thousands of other people who live with disabilities are now free from the “undue restraint” of institutional living. L.C. is Lois Curtis an artist freed from the cold, gray life of institutions to the warm colorful world of pastels and water colors. This documentary is about Lois Curtis, the liberator who was freed to create.