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Tri-institutional World AIDS Day student art exhibit pamhplet, 2012

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Tri-institutional World AIDS Day student art exhibit pamhplet, 2012
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Tri-institutional World AIDS Day student art exhibit pamhplet
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Evetts, Rosemary
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Denver, CO
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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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November 19th -
December 6th, 2012
Opening Awards Ceremony
November 28th, 4:30-6:00 pm
Hotel and Hospitality Learning Center


Auraria Campus Tri-institutional Student Art Exhibition
Started on December 1st, 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 to be done.
According to UNAIDS estimates, there are now
33.4 million people living with HIV, including 2.1
million children. During 2008 some 2.7 million
people became newly infected with the virus and
an estimated 2 million people died from AIDS.
Around half of all people who became infected
with HIV do so before they are 25 and are killed by
AIDS before they are 35.
The vast majority of people with HIV and AIDS
live in lower-and-middle-income countries. But
HIV today is a threat to men, women and children
on all continents around the world.
Since the beginning of the HIV and AIDS epidemic,
well over half a million people died of AIDS in
America. There are currently more than one million
people living with HIV and AIDS in America
around a fifth of these are unaware of their
infection, posing a high risk of onward transmission.
This is our 7th year of using art to promote AIDS
awareness on our campus. Special thanks to the
art department faculty members who have guided
the committee and inspired their students to
participate in this event.
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Contents
Microscopic Karina Bernal 4
Untitled Teddy Gomez 5
Compassion Paul Keller 6
A Tight Wire Between Life and Death Laura Phelps Rogers 7
It's HIV Gabriel Ortega 8
Affected Innocence 1 Alicia Patterson 9
Affected Innocence 2 Alicia Patterson 10
Tolerance Ben Patterson 11
Looming Fate Nicolas Shane 12


Microscopic
Karina Bernal
2012
Acrylic 14"x20"
Community College of Denver


34 million
More than ^ T 1111111U11 people now live with HIV/AIDS.
In 2011 an estimated 2.5 million people wore newly infected with HIV.
Every day 7,000 control HIV nuajiy 300 every hour.
60 million people havo contracted HIV
Sine* th Ntff.nr.lng othe epidemic, more than
and nearly 30 million havf
DIED
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HIV
related causes
"Untitled"
Teddy Gomez
2012
Graphic Design Print ll"xl7"
Community College of Denver


"Compassion"
Paul Keller
2012
Oil on Canvas 12"x8"
Community College of Denver


"The Tight Wire Between Life and Death"
Laura Phelps Rodgers
2012
Mixed Media 17"xl4"x3.5"
University of Colorado Denver
7


It's HIV
Gabriel Ortega
2012
Colored Pencil/Pen 24"x28"
Community College of Denver


"Affected Innocence 1" (two-part series)
Alicia Patterson
2012
Black and White Photograph ll"xl4"
University of Colorado Denver


"Affected Innocence 2" (two-part series)
Alicia Patterson
2012
Black and White Photograph ll"xl4"
University of Colorado Denver
10


"Tolerance"
Ben Patterson
2012
Intaglio Print on BFK 12"xl5"
Metropolitan State University of Denver


"Looming Fate"
Nicolas Shane
2012
Pen/Pastel 15"xl5"
Community College of Denver
12


Donations Provided By
Auraria Book Store
Denver Art Museum
Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art
Meiningers
Museo de las Americas
Contributing Campus Organization
The Auraria Library
Community College of Denver Accessibility Center
Community College of Denver Department of Art
Community College of Denver Office of Student Life
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Student Services at Auraria
The Health Center at Auraria
Metropolitan State University of Denver Department of Art
Metropolitan State University of Denver Student Activities
The Phoenix Center at Auraria
UC Denver Office of Community Standards and Wellness
UC Denver Peer Health Educators
UC Denver Student Life
World AIDS Day Committee 2012
Nancy Aeschlimann Community College of Denver Accessibility
Center
Edwin Burrows Community College of Denver Department of Art
Matthew Brinton Metropolitan State University of Denver Student
Activities
Jill Creighton UC Denver Community Standards and Wellness
Rosemary Evetts Auraria Library Archives
Sandra Guinn Community College of Denver Department of Art
Lisa Ingarfield The Phoenix Center at Auraria
Susie Lederer-Graham UC Denver Student Life
Kathryn Mahoney Community College of Denver Student Life
Beth Sandlin Health Center at Auraria
Steve Willich Gay Lesbian Bisexual & Transgender Student
Services at Auraria


A special thank you to our sponsors
Auraria
Campus
Rook store
Book* and more...
denTrtm
USEUM
Kirkland fDu^eum of
fine & DecoflflTive art
MEININGER
ARTIST MATERIALS SINCE 1881
DENVER | COLORAOO SPRINGS | BOULDER


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Contents Microscopic Karina Bernal 4 Untitled Teddy Gomez 5 Compassion Paul Keller 6 A Tight Wire Between Laura Phelps Rogers 7 Life and Death It's HIV Gabriel Ortega 8 Affected Innocence 1 Alicia Patterson 9 Affected Innocence 2 Alicia Patterson 10 To lerance Ben Patterson 11 Looming Fate Nicolas Shane 12 3

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4 uMicroscopic" Karina Bernal 2012 Acrylic 14"x20" Community College of Denver

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"Untitled" Teddy Gomez 2012 Graphic Design Print ll"x17" Community College of Denver 5

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6 "Compassion" Paul Keller 2012 Oil on Canvas 12"x8" Community Coll e g e of D enve r

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"The Tight Wire Between Life and Death" Laura Phelps Rodgers 2012 Mixed Media 17"x14"x3.5" University of Colorado Denver 7

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8 "It's HIV" Gabriel Ortega 2 0 12 Colored Pencil/Pen 24"x28" Communit y Colle g e of D enve r

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"Affected Innocence 1" (two-part series) Alicia Patterson 2012 Black and White Photograph ll"xl4" University of Colorado Denver 9

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10 "Affected Innocence 2 (two-part series) Alicia Patterson 2012 Black and White Photograph ll"x14" Unive r sity of Colorado D enve r

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11Tolerance" Ben P atter son 2012 Intaglio Print on BFK 12" x 15" M e tropo litan State Unive r sity of D e nver 11

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"Looming Fate" 12 Nicolas Shane 2012 Pen I Pastel 15"xl5" Community College of Denver

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Donations Provided By Auraria Book Store Denver Art Museum Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art Meiningers Museo de la s America Contributing Campus Organization The Auraria Library Community College of Denver Accessibility Center Community College of Denver Department of Art Community College of Denver Office of Student Life Gay, Le s bian, Bisexual & Transgender Student Services at Auraria The Health Center at Auraria Metropolitan State University of Denver Department of Art Metropolitan State University of Denver Student Activities The Phoenix Center at Auraria UC Denver Office of Community Standards and Wellness UC Denver P ee r Health Educators UC Denver Student Life World AIDS Day Committee 2012 Nancy Aeschlimann Community College of Denver Accessibility Center Edwin Burrows Community College of Denver Department of Art Matthew Brinton Metropolitan State University of Denver Student Activities Jill Creighton UC Denver Community Standards and Wellne ss Rosemary Evetts Auraria Library Archives Sandra Guinn Community College of Denver D epartment of Art Lisa Ingarfield The Phoenix Center at Auraria Susie Lederer-Graham UC Denver Student Life Kathryn Mahoney Community College of D enver Student Life Beth Sandlin Health Center at Auraria Steve Willich Gay Lesbian Bisexual & Transgender Student Services at Auraria

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