World AIDS Day, A Day With(out) Art, 12/1

"A Day With(out) Art" was introduced in 1989 and designated as a day of action and mourning in response to the AIDS crisis.  The purpose of  the day was to raise public awareness that AIDS can touch everyone in one way or another.  Approximately 800 U.S. art and AIDS groups participated in the first DAY WITHOUT ART.  Museums shut down for the day and sent staff to volunteer at AIDS services or sponsored  special exhibitions of work about AIDS.

Please stop by and witness the ceremonial shrouding of  the I am....stories in portraiture Exhibit by Mike Peters, on Friday, December 1 (all day) as we observe MSU's 3rd annual a day with(out) art.  The exhibit is located in the lobby of Memorial Auditorium in Life Hall.

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This program is a collaboration of Wellness Education and the College of the Arts.