With its annual fundraiser canceled, the nonprofit encourages donations on a free online platform featuring rare videos and performances by multi-generational artists including the late Jack Smith.
The Visual AIDS’ Last Address Tribute Walk is a yearly walking tour that honors artists lost to AIDS-related causes, as well as sites of cultural and activist AIDS-related histories.
A multimedia exhibit at Museum of the City of New York looks back at the domesticity of the AIDS crisis.
Artists whose lives were affected by AIDS now have a space dedicated entirely to showcasing and honoring their works.
Sitting in an intimate audience at the LGBT Community Center on a recent Tuesday night, I observed an unexpectedly inspirational conversation: three queer artists with different practices revealed their use of art as a means to construct a community, counter invisibility, and declare acceptance of their bodies in a Visual AIDS–organized panel titled Positive Assertions.
On April 25th, and in honor of its 25th anniversary, AIDS activist group ACT UP (The AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power), joined by organizations ranging from Occupy Wall Street to Visual AIDS to Housingworks as well as other AIDS activist and queer organizations, will be staging a large scale demonstration on Wall Street reminiscent of its original Wall Street protests of the late 1980s.