The HIV Howler : Transmitting Art + Activism : Movement Migration

Black, Anthea and Whitbread, Jessica and Adamczak, Szymon and Fonseca, Franco and Kemigisa, Barbara and L'Orangelis, Thomas and Freedman, Lisa and Quiroz, Angelo and Tuyishime, Claire and Mello, Ramon Nunes and Stoicescu, Dee. The HIV Howler : Transmitting Art + Activism : Movement Migration: 4. (July 2019).

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Abstract (English)

"The HIV Howler : Transmitting Art + Activism is a limited edition art newspaper focusing on global grassroots HIV art and cultural production. Artists have and continue to play a fundamental role in shaping broader societal understandings of HIV/AIDS and working within communities most impacted by the virus: queer and trans people, people who use drugs, sex workers, people of colour, indigenous peoples. Together we reflect the immediacy and urgency of global HIV/AIDS dialogues as well as their historical continuities." -- p. [1].

Types: Periodicals > Periodical issue
All Contributors: Black, Anthea (Author); Whitbread, Jessica (Author); Adamczak, Szymon (Author); Fonseca, Franco (Author); Kemigisa, Barbara (Author); L'Orangelis, Thomas (Author); Freedman, Lisa (Author); Quiroz, Angelo (Author); Tuyishime, Claire (Author); Mello, Ramon Nunes (Author); Stoicescu, Dee (Author)
Dossier: 700 - ART ET SIDA / ART AND AIDS
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: s.l.: Anthea Black & Jessica Whitbread; Montréal, Qc: SBC Galerie d'art contemporain
Artists: Fonseca, Franco; Adamczak, Szymon; De Efavirenz, Loka; Kemigisa, Barbara; Hernandez, Alexander; Gupta, Sunil
Keywords: HIV; AIDS; AIDS ACTIVISM; AIDS ACTIVIST ART; MIGRATION; BORDERS; LGBTQ+
Copyright Statement: The HIV Howler : Transmitting Art + Activism
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Includes biographical notes.
Issue 4 of the series.

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Date Deposited: 04 Feb 2020 20:54
Last Modified: 04 Feb 2020 20:54
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/31631
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