AIDS is Not Over by Edith Alvarez

As summer begins, so does our programming for NOT OVER.
It is our hope that our programming helps us examine the deep cultural history of the ongoing AIDS crisis while also looking at the contemporary intersections between art, AIDS and activism.
Please join us.
Everyone is welcome and all events are free unless otherwise noted.

BUT DOES IT MATTER
Saturday, June 15, 1-3 PM
La MaMa Galleria, 6 E 1st Street, NYC

Public discussion with Nancy Brooks Brody, Pato Hebert, Charles Long and moderator Todd Lester about the possibilities and limits of art in creating social change

SIGNIFICANT OTHERS
Presented with Dirty Looks Thursday, June 20, 7-9 PM
$7 suggested donation

Participant INC, 253 E Houston Street, NYC
Film screening of rarely seen work by Carl George and David Wojnarowicz, and a discussion with Esther Kaplan, Cynthia Carr, Rayya Elias, and Jack Waters about the lower east side during the 1980s. Part of The Gordon Kurtti Project

FUTURE CRIMES b/w LOVE KILLS
Saturday, June 22, slots start at 8:30 PM
“Space is a Place”, LICNew site specific one-night performance from artist J. Morrison
More information to RSVP: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/393785

FOUNDATIONAL SHARING
Sunday, June 23, 5 - 8 PM La MaMa Galleria 6 E 1st Street, NYC

A salon where artists, activist, and writers share literature and artwork that matter to them, hosted by Aldrin Valdez, Ted Kerr

SPREAD June 26, 27, 28, 7 PM sharp
$10, meet at midtown

More information and to RSVP: www.elastic-city.org/walks/spread
Artist walk created by Juan Betancurth, Todd Shalom & Niegel Smith of Elastic City

SWEATER QUEENS COLLAGING GROUP
Saturday, June 29, 5-7 PM
Printed Matter, 195 Tenth Avenue, NYC
An afternoon of cocktails and crafting with prvtdncr and bodega vendetta

MAKING SENSE OF PAPER, GLITTER & LIFE
Sunday, June 30, 3-5 PM
La MaMa Galleria 6 E 1st Street, NYC
Panel discussion with curators and launch of the publication NOT OVER: 25 YEARS of Visual AIDS

Stay tuned for July programming: queer explorations of the archive, and a conversation about the role of performance in activism and healing.