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TAM is the first museum to reveal how the HIV/AIDS crisis indelibly changed the trajectory of American art, through the exhibition Art AIDS America, an unprecedented survey of 30 years of art made in response to the epidemic in the United States. Transforming pain and loss into activism, expressions of beauty, and portrayals of personal experience, artists tell stories of resilience, hope, and change. 

You can be part of the change by supporting this groundbreaking exhibition through our crowdfunding campaign. Please encourage others to see the exhibition and to give. 
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PERKS FOR DONATING
Donate for the AAA Tote

Tote Bag

$25 Donation

Donate for the AAA Mug

Mug

$50 Donation

Donate for the Gran Fury T-Shirt

Gran Fury T-Shirt

$75 Donation

Donate for the Gran Fury Poster

Gran Fury Poster

$100 Donation

Donate for the Gran Swag Package

"Gran" Swag Package

$250 Donation

Donate for the Signed Exhibition Catalogue

Signed Catalogue

$500 Donation

Donate for Special Recognition from Tacoma Art Museum

Special Recognition

$1,000 Donation

Donate for a Private Exhibition Tour

Private Exhibition Tour

$2,500 Donation

Donate for Dinner with the Art AIDS America Curator

Dinner with the Curator
Rock Hushka
$5,000 Donation


Enjoy cocktails, food, and sparkling conversation with Art AIDS America Co-Curator and TAM's Chief Curator Rock Hushka. Listen to the story of his decade-long effort to bring this exhibition to fruition, and toast to its success.
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RELATED PROGRAMS
Artist Talk with micha cárdenas

Artist Talk and Reception
with 
micha cárdenas


October 15 @ 6:30 pm | FREE

Join artist and theorist micha cárdenas as she discusses the prevalence of HIV among trans women of color. Find out more about efforts to end violence against this disproportionately affected population. More info

Presented by
University of Puget Sound's Art+Sci Salon

Off-Site Performance

This program takes place at
Museum of Glass.
 

My Brother Kissed Mark Zuckerberg

October 23 @ 7 pm | $25

Join writer-performer Peter Serko for a tale of his younger brother David’s life and death from AIDS at age 32. This performance joins an emerging body of artistic endeavors exploring the darkest days of the AIDS epidemic, a time now known as the “plague era” where a generation of mostly gay men were struck down in the prime of their lives.

More info here

Off-Site Film Screening

This program takes place at

The Last One

November 12 @ 7 pm

This film traces the history and continued growth of The AIDS Memorial Quilt, while examining how stigma, discrimination, social status, and lack of access to care exacerbates a disease that that has already claimed the lives of roughly 30 million people. HIV/AIDS  currently infects another 34 million men, women and children around the globe–including 50,000 new infections a year in the US alone.

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The AIDS Memorial Quilt

The AIDS Memorial Quilt–Sewing a Story of Loss, Remembrance, and Community


November 15 @ 2 pm | $10

Expert Talk Featuring Julie Rhoad, President and CEO, The NAMES Project Foundation

The NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt is a powerful visual reminder of the AIDS pandemic, with more than 48,000 panels commemorating lives lost. Julie Rhoad shares the Quilt’s history and evolution from personal memorial to the world’s largest example of folk art. More info
Faith and Positivity

Faith and Positivity‒An Interfaith Panel about HIV/AIDS


November 19 @ 6 pm | Free

Join Tacoma community leaders in a conversation about the role of faith-based organizations in supporting those diagnosed with HIV/AIDS and the people who love them. More info
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Image Credits: AIDS Memorial Quilt, displayed in Washington, D.C., 1992. Photograph courtesy of The NAMES Project. -- Keith Haring (born 1958, died 1990), Altar Piece, 1990 (cast 1996). Bronze with white gold leaf patina, edition 2 of 9, 60 × 81 x 2 inches. Denver Art Museum, Gift of Yoko Ono, 1996.204A-C. © Keith Haring Foundation. Photo © Denver Art Museum.
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