Recommended for curators, educators, students, art historians, and activists. Advocates can curate and share their own lightbox exhibitions.
Open to all HIV+ Artists. The Artist+ Registry gives artists living with HIV an online venue to share their work, reach new audiences and preserving a visual record. Estates of HIV+ artists can also join online.
A great way to support Visual AIDS and purchase art, books, tote bags and more!
Learn more about art, AIDS and activism while helping out your community. Open to students and volunteers.
Individuals, foundations, corporations, and government agencies make our work possible.
$50+ Help produce public programs, events and artist talks that provoke dialogue about art, AIDS and activism.
$100+ Supports the Artist Registry and Archive Project to preserve and honor the work of artists with HIV/AIDS. Your support at this level includes a complimentary artist-designed tote bag.
$250+ Provide Emergency Grants to lower income artists living with HIV in need of assistance. Your support at this level includes a complimentary artist-designed tote bag and a copy of Hugh Steers: The Complete Paintings book.
$500+ Guarantees a Materials Grant to an HIV+ artist, so they can purchase essential supplies to continue making art. Your support at this level includes the above and recognition on the Visual AIDS website.
$1,000+ Support the creation of artist-designed AIDS awareness projects and safer sex kits distributed for free. Your support at this level includes attributes listed above plus recognition in promotional materials related to Print+ Editions.
$2,500+ Underwrite Visual AIDS' publications celebrating under-recognized artists, and inspiring cultural dialogue around HIV/AIDS. Your support at this level includes attributes listed above plus acknowledgement in a printed publication.
$5,000+ Sponsor Visual AIDS’ critically acclaimed exhibitions that utilize contemporary art to remind the world that AIDS is NOT OVER. Your support at this level includes attributes listed above plus recognition on signage at a Visual AIDS exhibition.