UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dances: World Aids Day 2022, Three Epidemics Collide
Thu 12/1 • 7PM PST
UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dances, Glorya Kaufman Hall • Los Angeles CA
The UCLA Art & Global Health Center (artglobalhealth.org) is commemorating World AIDS Day on December 1, 2022. We are taking this moment to acknowledge the deep impacts of HIV/AIDS, Covid-19, and MPX (monkeypox virus) on ourselves, our communities, and the world at large. The program includes a screening of our latest Through Positive Eyes documentary, and a panel discussion by experts from the UCLA community. A reception with refreshments will cap off the evening.
6:45 PM | Doors open – UCLA Glorya Kaufman Hall, Studio 208
7:00 PM | Introduction – Professor David Gere
7:05 PM | Through Positive Eyes Documentary Preview
7:40 PM | Panel Discussion – Moderated by Professor David Gere featuring Dr. Ian Holloway, Professor of Social Welfare, & Dr. Chaitali Mukherjee, Director, Ashe Student Health Center. Additional panelists to be announced.
8:00 PM | Rainbow Lounge Reception & Gallery Exhibition – Art + Snacks & Sweets
Through Positive Eyes is a collaborative photo-storytelling project by more than 140 people living with HIV and AIDS in cities around the world. Our latest documentary weaves together the stories of several arts-activists from around the world. Learn more about the project at throughpositiveeyes.org.
Livestream available: artglobalhealth.org/world-aids-day-2022-stream