CBS News recently released a new gallery showcasing pieces of artwork created by gay artists. The gallery is called “Living with HIV/AIDS: 22 works by gay artists” Check out all the beautiful pieces featured bellow: For more information about the artists and the artwork see the full collection here.
Make (+) More Positive is a campaign “designed to connect people around the world who have been affected by HIV/AIDS”, and they do that by collaborating together to make beautiful works of art. Organized by Alere Inc., an organization that gives people the tools and necessities to manage their own health, the campaign launched on…Read More +
In the 1980′s, street artist and activist, Keith Haring raised awareness for many political and social issues, including the AIDS/HIV epidemic, through his bold, energetic pop art. Though he was sadly taken by the disease in 1990, his efforts live on. The Keith Haring Foundation, established in 1989, continues to raise money for children living…Read More +
Scandal hits the Smithsonian once more. The Sunday edition of the New York Times brought attention to the recent controversy making headlines in the Art world: G. Wayne Clough, a courtly Southerner and respected former university president (and a sigh of relief for official Washington when he arrived in July 2008 to take over the…Read More +