Greater San Diego Business Association
Featuring and benefiting the artists of the arcHIVe project
The arcHIVe project exists to collect and share the stories of those living with, and affected by, HIV and AIDS in an effort to help break down stereotypes, provide a sense of community, act as an educational tool for those who are curious about or who are struggling with an understanding of these diseases and their realities, and create and support arts projects that bring to life a greater understanding of the impact that HIV and AIDS has on our world and raises funds for local AIDS service organizations.
Some of the featured artworks includes : “Global Arms of Advocacy: Girl Scouts and the future of HIV/AIDS education”, The arcHIVe project’s "affec+ed", a photo collection by The arcHIVe project photographers Chad Elliott Hirata and Kyle Cardwell and "500 Kings in 500 Kingdoms", work by Timothy Bruehl. Further work will be featured by John Carlos Keasler, a creative artist working in many media. Born in Texas, the son of a carpenter father and seamstress mother, he is self taught. John began painting in the mid 1970s influenced by the freedom and beauty of Southern California. He began working in sculpted media in the early 1990s. John also devotes much of his time to social activism.
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