Opening Reception for Metanoia: Transformation Through AIDS Archives and Activism

Opening Reception for Metanoia: Transformation Through AIDS Archives and Activism

Date: Monday, March 11, 2019, 5:00pm – 7:30pm

Location: New York LGBT Center
208 W 13th Street
New York, NY 10011

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Join the ONE Archives Foundation and the New York LGBT Center at the opening reception for Metanoia: Transformation Through AIDS Archives and Activism. Curated by Katherine Cheairs, Alexandra Juhasz, Theodore (ted) Kerr, and Jawanza Williams for the collective What Would an HIV Doula Do?, the exhibition is an archival examination of community-based responses to the ongoing AIDS crisis in the USA. The exhibition’s title is of Greek origin and expresses the possibility of change through transformation. Metanoia demonstrates that HIV/AIDS is a powerful agent of change and that transformation happens through community, activism, words, sex, care, and the materials that document these human efforts. Learn more about the exhibition here.


Image: Lolita Lens Photography.
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