Latest News from AHP

Latest News from AHP

  • DDT BLOG

    Artist Spotlight: Daniel Diaz-Tai

    Few people can say that bad handwriting led them to art. But it was the memory of his father’s handwriting assignments—page after page of calligraphic practice—that led to a breakthrough when Daniel Diaz-Tai was studying graphic design as an adult. A requisite calligraphy class was “a …

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    Artist Spotlight: Jon Rendell

    “Participating was a no-brainer,” artist Jon Rendell declared, clarifying his original decision to donate work to Art for AIDS. “As a member of the LGBTQ (and arts) community,” AHP was a natural focus of attention for artists seeking to make a difference. Ten years later, …

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    Art for AIDS 2016

    Art for AIDS was conceived in 1996, the creation of a group of artists in search of a way to help a community ravaged by AIDS. Coincidentally, there was a second hope-laden event in 1996: effective HIV treatment began to turn the epidemic around, especially …

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    Welcome Caitlin Andrews!

    Caitlin Andrews learned as a child, working in her family’s restaurant in Boothbay Harbor, Maine, that what people want most is someone to listen to their story. Although Andrews is shy and reserved, her daily contact with customers nurtured her innate curiosity, the wonder of getting …

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    Spotlight on Alfie Pacheco

    Alfonso Pacheco, also known as “Alfie”, started young—as a giver, that is. From the time when he was selected to be one of only 10 Bay Area high school students to participate in an NIH-funded, peer-based, HIV prevention education pilot project, Pacheco knew he would …

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    Pride after Orlando!

    In stark contrast to last year’s Pride festivities—a celebration of the epic Supreme Court civil rights decision extending LGBTQ rights—last weekend’s combination of San Francisco’s LGBTQ Pride Parade, Dyke March, and Trans March bore the burden of grief and fear in the wake of the …

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