This weekend, the riverside façade of Melbourne’s Hamer Hall will host a public arts display that expresses a desire for an end to AIDS and hopes for a HIV-free generation. Incorporating images from the Australian AIDS Memorial Quilt and inspirational quotes from local and international leaders, the digital art projections will showcase new works created for this event by artists from Melbourne and her six sister cities: Osaka, Tianjin, Thessaloniki, Boston, St Petersburg, and Milan.
Curating this visual narrative is Australia’s only youth-led HIV and sexual health promotion organisation, Youth Empowerment Against HIV/AIDS (YEAH).
Honouring the Past, Hope For The Future: Towards a HIV Free Generation
DATES/TIMES: July 18-21, dusk-midnight
WHERE: Riverside façade, Arts Centre’s Hamer Hall