Angela Counts hosts the "Living Room Project" as an invited guest artist at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum on December 9.

Still from Flower Child, a documentary film by Angela M. Counts, which screened as her MFA thesis film at the Museum of Fine Arts and other venues in Boston in 2013-2014. 
Image is of Lorraine Hansberry (right) and a newspaper article on Dr. Endesha Ida Mae Holland (left).

On December 9, I will be hosting the Living Room Project at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, From 1-3 pm. I will be sharing with museum goers some of the sources of inspiration in my career as a writer, performance artist and more recently, as a filmmaker. I hope you can join me! 

The Living Room Project was originally conceived by internationally acclaimed artist, Lee Mingwei, and commissioned by Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, in 2000. For more information about the origins of this wonderful project and Lee Mingwei, please visit: Lee Ming Wei's Website  and read, "Experimenting in Museums: The Living Room Project"

For directions and information on the Gardner Museum, please visit: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.