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Tri-institutional World AIDS Day student art exhibit pamhplet, 2008

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Tri-institutional World AIDS Day student art exhibit pamhplet, 2008
Series Title:
Tri-institutional World AIDS Day student art exhibit pamhplet
Creator:
Evetts, Rosemary
Place of Publication:
Denver, CO
Publisher:
Community College of Denver, Center for Persons with Disabilities
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Student Services at Aura ria
Metropolitan State College of Denver, Department of Art
Health Center at Aura ria
Colorado AIDS Project
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English

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2008
Tri-lnstitutional
World AIDS Day
Student Art
Exhibit
December 1,2008
December 14,2008
Auraria
Gallery
Library


World AIDS Day Committee
Nancy Aeschlimann- Community College of Denver,
Center for Persons With Disabilities
Jordan Bair Student
Metropolitan State College of Denver
Jacintha Clark Student
Metropolitan State College of Denver
Rosemary Evetts- Auraria Library
Ed Garten- Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender
Student Services at Auraria
Tamara Johnson- Student Activities
Community College of Denver
Billi Mavromatis- Health Center at Auraria
Amy Metier- Department of Art
Metropolitan State College of Denver
Althea Redd- Auraria Library
Thomas Sheridan- Student Life
University of Colorado Denver


Special Thanks To..
Our Sponsors
The Auraria Library
The Health Center at Auraria
Community College of Denver ~
Center for Persons with Disabilities
Department of Art at
Metropolitan State College of Denver
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Student Services
at Auraria


World AIDS Day
According to UNAIDS estimates, there are now 33.2 million peo-
ple living with HIV, including 2.5 million children. During 2007
some 2.5 million people became newly infected with the virus.
Around half of all people who become infected with HIV do so
before they are 25 and are die from AIDS before they are 35.
Around 95% of people with HIV/AIDS live in developing nations.
But HIV today is a threat to men, women and children on all con-
tinents around the world.
Started on 1st December 1988, World AIDS Day is about raising
money, increasing awareness, fighting prejudice and improving
education. World AIDS Day is important in reminding people
that HIV has not gone away, and that there are many things still
to be done.
Who is affected by AIDS in America?
Although HIV and AIDS affects all sectors of American society,
the impact has been more serious among some groups than oth-
ers. In the early years of the epidemic, the most commonly iden-
tified 'vulnerable groups' in America were men who have sex
with men, injecting drug users, haemophiliacs and Haitians. To-
day, AIDS continues to directly affect thousands of gay and bi-
sexual men and injecting drug users every year, but it has also
become a serious problem among heterosexual African Ameri-
cans and, more recently, among the Hispanic/Latino population.
www.cdc.gov/hiv


Babu or The Effervescent Voices
Chalf pastel on paper
2008
60" x 40"
Christopher Todd Adams
University of Colorado Denver


Untitled
Poetry
2008
10.5" xl3"
Karen S. Howard
Community College of Denver


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Al Majid (The Majestic)
Ink, colored pencil, fabric
2008
18.5" x 16"
Portia Davis
Community College of Denver


Untitled
Oil on canvas
2008
33"x 39"
Caroline Rutsche
Metropolitan State College of Denver


Carousel
Oil on canvas
2008
40"x 30"
Angelia McLean
Metropolitan State College of Denver


Africa Is Disappearing
Graphite Pencil Drawing
2008
11"x14"
Jackie Y. Barton
Community College of Denver


Resistance
Acrylic on canvas
2008
13"x16"
Lori Presley
Metropolitan State College of Denver


AIDS MANDALA
Oil on canvas
2008
9" x 12"
Laura Jursnick
Community College of Denver


Awaking
Oil on canvas
2008
36"x 36"
Leonardo Hernandez
Community College of Denver


Nozamile
Oil on canvas
2008
24"x 36"
Wonda A. Drahn
Metropolitan State College of Denver


Untitled
Oil on canvas
2008
38"x 52"
Eva Fatta
Metropolitan State College of Denver


Untitled
Oil on canvas
2008
12"x 36"
Chaz Kraizer
Community College of Denver


AIDS! Protect Yourself
Acrylic on canvas
2008
23.5" x 30"
Viv Hoffman
Metropolitan State College of Denver


Untitled
Mixed media
2008
70"x 53"
Amanda Beard
Metropolitan State College of Denver


Transgressions
Oil on canvas
2008
24"x 24"
Lyle K. West
Metropolitan State College of Denver


Untitled
Oil on canvas
2008
13.5" x 16"
Armando Martinez
Community College of Denver


Dragon
Oil on canvas
2008
24"x 24"
Susan Yanish
University of Colorado Denver


Sero +/-
Digital manipulation
2008
41" x 29"
Jonah Wright


Untitled
Charcoal
2008
31"x 25"
Nic Berumann
University of Colorado Denver


Untitled
Acrylic on canvas
2008
30"x 40"
Juan Gallegos
Metropolitan State College of Denver


Innocence
Photograph and cellophane
2008
10"x12"
Lisa Holloway
Metropolitan State College of Denver


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