On the first day of December, a fleet of trucks illuminating the words of activists, poets, artists, educators and people living with H.I.V. and AIDS will travel through the city, competing with the billboards, neon and other distractions, in a mobile art exhibition for World AIDS Day.
The New York City AIDS Memorial recently received a $500,000 gift from Empire State Development.
Gay Men’s Health Crisis / GMHC marked their 35th Anniversary with a walk to the Memorial
On June 22, 2017, PEN America hosted The Reading for AIDS Remembrance at the Memorial, an incredibly moving event where poets, storytellers and performers gathered to mark the first-ever NYC Pride in a public space “dedicated specifically to AIDS remembrance.”
Pride is upon us! This weekend we celebrate and commemorate 49 years of Pride in New York City!
The NYC Memorial was featured in the New York Times for it’s role in a unique, immersive performance titled, Saint Vincent’s Project: Novens For a Lost Hospital. Playwrite Cusi Cram tells the New York Times, “the play grew from discussions with Rattlestick’s artistic director, Danielle Topol, about moving theater outside the walls of a building.” … Continued
John Cameron Mitchell of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” and the director of the new film “How to Talk to Girls at Parties,” highlighted the NYC AIDS Memorial on his tour of the West Village for NY1.
The NYC AIDS Memorial was recognized in Architectural Digest for receiving The Regina Kellerman Award from The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation.
On March 30, 2016, the AIDS Coalition To Unleash Power/ACT UP, held its 30th Anniversary March and Rally at the Memorial.
Thank you to everyone who joined us on December 1, 2017!