#StartTalkingHIV: Stories of Southerners Living with HIV through Art

August 17, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm America/New York Timezone
Annex Bookstore

WUSSY Mag presents “#StartTalkingHIV: Stories of Southerners Living with HIV Through Art”, a gallery show curated by Atlanta artist and activist, Emily M. Getsay. The goal of the exhibition is to center the views and experiences of those living with HIV in our conversations and art revolving around HIV/AIDS.

We believe just creating conversation can help break stigma, so join us!

Visual Artists:
Emily M. Getsay
Myke Jhonson
Dajah Cain
Jay Haden
Caroline Curtis
Judas Kane
Cody Patterson
Aryn Prince

Live Body Painting: Magdalena O’Connor
Poetry reading: Larry L. Scott Walker

More TBA!

The opening reception will take place on August 17th at Havas’s Annex Bookstore space at 748 Marietta St NW, from 7-10pm. Complimentary drinks and light refreshments will be served!

This exhibit is in collaboration with Living Walls, the City Speaks’ #StartTalkingStopHIV campaign. Stay tuned for more info on August events from Living Walls, Southern Fried Queer Pride, MORPH, and La Choloteca.

WUSSY covers pop culture, art, politics, and expression from the perspective of the queer community. The Atlanta-based, internationally distributed publication has been curating and promoting the queer arts since 2015.