Public Events


Using art as a catalyst, Visual AIDS works with various communities and organizations to present public events.

Events may take the form of panels, artist talks, screenings, workshops or public forums. Most events are presented free and open to the public. When possible, events are recorded and/or transcribed for later review and documentation.

Artists, academics, activists, curators, researchers, students, writers and the general public are encouraged to attend events, building upon conversations to further dialogue about art, AIDS and social justice, and inspire the creation of new works and writing.

Examples of some previous programs and events are listed below, for a full list of Visual AIDS events, please visit our History page.

Public events are part of how Visual AIDS works towards its mission of using art to remind the world that AIDS is not over.

If you or your organization are interested in collaborating on a public event or have suggestions for programming, please contact Programs Manager, Alex Fialho at [email protected].