Day With(out) Art: Being and Belonging - Screening and Discussion
Day With(out) Art 2022: BEING & BELONGING
Barnard is proud to partner with Visual AIDS for Day With(out) Art 2022 by presenting Being & Belonging, a program of seven short videos highlighting under-told stories of HIV and AIDS from the perspective of artists living with HIV across the world.
The program features newly commissioned work by Camila Arce (Argentina), Davina “Dee” Conner and Karin Hayes (USA), Jaewon Kim (South Korea), Clifford Prince King (USA), Santiago Lemus and Camilo Acosta Huntertexas (Colombia), Mikiki (Canada), and Jhoel Zempoalteca and La Jerry (México).
From navigating sex and intimacy to confronting stigma and isolation, Being & Belonging centers the emotional realities of living with HIV today. How does living with HIV shift the ways that a person experiences, asks for, or provides love, support, and belonging? The seven videos are a call for belonging from those that have been stigmatized within their communities or left out of mainstream HIV/AIDS narratives.
Visual AIDS is a New York-based non-profit that utilizes art to fight AIDS by provoking dialogue, supporting HIV+ artists, and preserving a legacy, because AIDS is not over.
Artists and activists Pamela Sneed, Carlos Motta and Katherine Cheairs will join us for a screening and discussion around their impression of the films, the history of DWA itself, AIDS activism and its contemporary importance- moderated by Media Specialist, Jess Saldaña.
This event will be in Held Lecture Hall, 304 Barnard Hall, 3rd Fl - a wheelchair accessible venue.
There will be refreshments available.
We strongly recommend masks.