Remembering the AIDS Memorial Quilt

. November 5, 2019.
Friday, 11.15 / TMA, CVA

December 1st marks World AIDS Day 2019, and the Ann Wayson Locher Memorial Fund for HIV Care will honor lives lost and raise awareness with a handful of impactful, important events, including the exhibition of the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt Exhibit Events at the Center for the Visual Arts Main Gallery through December 6.

On Friday, November 15 at 6pm, the exhibit begins with an opening ceremony at the TMA Peristyle, featuring Jeanne White-Ginder, who will discuss the legacy of her son, Ryan White, as well as a talk from Robert Sember. A reception for the Quilt exhibit will begin at 8pm at the CVA. On Sunday, December 1, the UT Department of Art Haigh Auditorium will host a visual AIDS screening at noon. Then, on Friday, December 6, hear about “AIDS in the Rust Belt” during an exhibit closing ceremony in the TMA Little Theater at 6pm.

All events are free to attend. For more information, visit