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For Day With(out) Art 2012 Visual AIDS presents events around the world. To find out more please visit

For Day With(out) Art NYC, Visual AIDS is proud to present:
United in Anger: A History of ACT UP

December 1
3pm, NEW MUSEUM, 235 Bowery
Post screening discussion with Tom Léger (Topside Press), Michael Tikili (QUEEROCRACY), and Sean Strub (Sero Project) about trans health, criminalization and HIV/AIDS.
Co-presented with QUEEROCRACY
Ticket Purchase Required

4pm, MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, 11 West 53rd Street
Introduction and Q& A with Sarah Schulman and Jim Hubbard
Screening as part of The Contenders
Ticket Purchase Required

8pm, BROOKLYN MUSEUM, 200 Eastern Parkway
Post screening discussion with members of ACT UP and artists from GO about creative community responses.
Free as part of Target First Saturdays

December 2
2pm, MUSEUM OF ART AND DESIGN, 2 Columbus Circle
Post screening discussion about the politics of architecture, and AIDS with director Jim Hubbard, Patrick McCreery (NYU), and Mabel Wilson (Columbia University)
Co-presented with GSAPP

December 7
7:30pm, Bronx Documentary Center, 614 Courtland Avenue (@151st St)
Post Screening Discussion with editor Ali Cotterill and director Jim Hubbard

Also screening:
UNTITLED, 7pm, November 29th, free, New School, 66 West 12th Street, Room 404
LAST ADDRESS, looping all day, free, November 29 & December 1st, at Grey Gallery 100 Washington Square East
JAMES WENTZY presents Writers on AIDS, December 2, BGSQD, 27 Orchard Street, visit for time.

IMAGE: NIGHT WITHOUT LIGHT. Visual AIDS worked with the City of New York and many businesses to turn off their lights on December 1st as a symbolic gesture to illustrate the enormity of the epidemic.