The End Was Near

MCA Chicago’s “This Will Have Been” Revisits the Political Urgency of the 1980s by Larry Buhl In the 2010 film Hot Tub Time Machine, one character scoffs...

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...

We Are Still Here!

GMHC’s “Art & AIDS: 30 Years” Celebrates the Power of Art in the Epidemic by Angela Leroux-Lindsey On the eve of World AIDS Day, the Leslie/Lohman...

Bearing Witness

Documenting Thirty Years of AIDS, Art Creates a Different Kind of History by Chip Alfred It was the summer of 1981. After several reported cases of...

Scott Pasfield

Photographer Scott Pasfield Finds Inspiration in the Stories of Gay Men by Lester Strong In the Preface to his recently released book Gay in America (Welcome...

Talking Pictures

The Museum of Design Atlanta Brings Writers and Graphic Artists Together for AIDS Awareness by Brent Calderwood Graphic Intervention: 25 Years of International AIDS Awareness Posters 1985–2010...

Miguel Tío

The Light Within Painter Miguel Tió Talks with A&U’s Chael Needle About How Art Illuminates As a young art student, Miguel Tió dreamed of becoming a...

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...

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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