Hector Toscano: Artist

Art, AIDS & Arbors Visual artist Hector Toscano talks about HIV and other sources of information, new artwork & life goals by Alina Oswald in the middle...

Art & AIDS

Perception as Muse In Anticipation of an Upcoming “Art & AIDS” Exhibit, Participants Share Their Perspectives About Creative Inspirations by Angela Leroux-Lindsey Throughout history, artists often speak...

Barbara Romain, Alexandria Allan, Kurt Weston: Artists

Remembering Without Flinching Three Artists’ Work Commemorates Those Lost to AIDS in Their Prime by Hank Trout One cannot help wondering whether, in 1988, when James W....

Carrie Moyer: Artist

Authentic Voice As She Preps for Her Inclusion in the 2017 Whitney Biennial, Carrie Moyer Reflects on Her Agitprop Activist Projects & the Power of...

Making the Change

Facing the Faces of HIV, a New Florida Anti-HIV Stigma Project Rolls Out by Alina Oswald How many ways can one tell a story? How many...

Positive Pictures

Positive Pictures Paul Schulz & Christian Lütjens Help Us Visualize Gay Male History by Chael Needle Positive Pictures: A Gay History (Bruno Gmünder) assembles an archive...

Graphic Encounters

Artist Mark Bennett talks about transforming loss into more abundant living by Lester Strong Whimsy and AIDS may not seem a compatible mix. But sometimes whimsy...

Richard Haines

Art Belongs to Us Fashion Blogger Richard Haines Talks to Lester Strong About the Consolations of Beauty and Art in the Age of AIDS artist’s time,...

George Towne

Band of Brothers Artist George Towne Draws Inspiration from the Circle of Men in His Life by Chael Needle Light was fading when I arrived at the tail...

Staying Connected

Curator John Chaich and Visual AIDS team up together in the show Mixed Messages to remind us that apathy is no cure for aids by...

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