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Visual AIDS is proud to partner with the Walker Reader, the digital publishing platform of the Walker Art Center, to present Because AIDS Is Not Over, a series examining artists living with HIV from the 1980s through today.

From Keith Haring and 1980s NYC artist communities to Connor Dolan, Benjamin Fredrickson, and other contemporary artists tackling HIV and AIDS, Because AIDS Is Not Over considers the enduring urgency at the intersection of art, AIDS, and activism.

You’re Not the Only Person Who Cares About This: A Conversation on Visual AIDS
Kyle Croft interviewed by Jake Yuzna

Reflecting on the history of Visual AIDS and its continued commitment today, Kyle Croft and Jake Yuzna consider the unique power that archives and artist programs can have on individuals, communities, and society.

Perspectives Change: A Photo Essay
Benjamin Fredrickson

Through an original photo essay, artist Benjamin Fredrickson reflects on a formative period in Minneapolis that changed his own life, artwork, and relationship to HIV.

Seeing Invisible Systems: Connor Dolan in conversation with Molly M. Pearson

Molly M. Pearson, member of What Would an HIV Doula Do? (WWHIVDD), speaks with artist Connor Dolan about the complexities of materials, making the invisible visible, and the evolution of artwork about HIV and AIDS.

Stay tuned for additional conversations as they roll out throughout the summer!

Benjamin Fredrickson

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Connor Dolan