Visual AIDS utilizes art to fight AIDS by provoking dialogue, supporting HIV+ artists, and preserving a legacy, because AIDS is not over.

"The important history of Visual AIDS must be included in the evolving story of the pandemic which is 'not over'." George Calderaro
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Jun 5, 2020

An Open Letter to Our Community

Visual AIDS responds to recent anti-Black violence and commits to producing a long-term plan for addressing racism and white supremacy within our organizational structures and practices. → Read More
Jun 5, 2020

Take action, donate, and learn what white supremacy looks like

In tandem with our open letter to the Visual AIDS community, we are sharing a list of resources, links, and actions in response to recent anti-Black police violence, as well as past Visual AIDS projects that have worked to address the lack of representation of Black artists in cultural histories of AIDS. → Read More

Founded in 1988, Visual AIDS is the only arts organization fully committed to raising AIDS awareness and creating dialogue around HIV issues today, by producing and presenting visual art projects, exhibitions, public forums and publications - while assisting artists living with HIV/AIDS. We are committed to preserving and honoring the work of artists with HIV/AIDS and the artistic contributions of the AIDS movement.