Through Positive Eyes is an international art project that has engaged over 130 people living with HIV/AIDS in 10 cities around the world. UCLA Art & Global Health Center director, David Gere, PhD, will co-lead a collaborative photo-storytelling workshop with Los Angeles Artivist (artist-activist) Lynnea Lawson. Participants will learn how diverse art initiatives can be used as powerful tools to combat pervasive stigmas about HIV/AIDS, one of the most formidable barriers to fighting the epidemic.
Presented in partnership with MUSC Center for Global Health. Sponsored by MUSC and Roper St. Francis.
This event is CANCELED until further notice in accordance with current public health precautions.
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