November 30, 2000 - Artists with AIDS - ‘ARTERY: THE AIDS-ARTS FORUM’
November 30, 2000

'ARTERY: THE AIDS-ARTS FORUM'

Contemporary Art and AIDS

THE DECEMBER 1 ISSUE of “ARTERY: THE AIDS-ARTS FORUM” DEVOTED to ACTIVISM, FEATURES INTERVIEW WITH ARTIST FRANK MOORE, the PREMIERE PUBLICATION of NEW SARAH SCHULMAN PLAY and MUCH MORE www.artistswithaids.org/artery

Artery: The AIDS-Arts Forum, created earlier this year by the Estate Project for Artists With AIDS, is the most acclaimed resource for examining the ever-changing face of the AIDS crisis as reflected in the arts. Part zine, part data base, and part conversational forum, Artery is also sponsoring the ONLY international events calendar of cultural activities for WORLD AIDS DAY/DAY WITH(OUT) ART on DECEMBER 1.

Artery’s December 1 theme is ACTIVISM approached from a fresh, stimulating and accessible perspective. Features include:
–Michael Bronski’s surprising interviews with two dozen subjects–including filmmaker Jennie Livingston, transgendered performer Kate Bornstein and comedian Kate Clinton–on the origins of their activism;
–A special section devoted to writer Sarah Schulman presenting the premiere publications of both her play “The Child” and two essays including “Through the Looking Glass”;
–Jim Hubbard’s catalog essay on AIDS-activist video for the “Fever in the Archive” exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum opening on December 1;
–Jeff Weinstein’s ode to the pleasures of activism and citizenship, and many other features, interviews, reviews, and a round-table discussion.

Additionally, note that the  informative and sometimes surprisingly irreverent fall issue of Artery, IN MEMORIAM, of course, remains online.

Artery also presents the panel “Who Cares? AIDS, Activism and the Arts” at the New School, 66 W 12th St, on December 4 at 8 p.m. with Robert Atkins, Gregg Bordowitz, Richard Elovich, Pamela Sneed and Sarah Schulman

For further info contact artery@allianceforarts.org.

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