Thursday, December 8, 2016 at the World AIDS Museum 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM. The event is free – Please RSVP here! Light beverages and refreshments will be served.
The World AIDS Museum and Educational Center cordially invites you to the 2nd Annual Broward County High School AIDS Awareness Art Contest Opening Party and Celebration! Mark your calendars then join us Friday, December 16th, 2016, 6 – 8 p.m., at the museum. Click here for directions.
The evenings’ program honoring high school artists includes refreshments and announcement of the winners! Want more information? Call the museum at (954) 390-0550.
Let’s all treat each other with basic dignity. Someone who is HIV-negative is not any “cleaner” than someone who is HIV-positive. Saying you are “clean” implies a POZ person is “dirty” and that mindset fuels stigma which acts as a barrier for testing. People on HIV treatment are less likely to spread the virus compared to people who don’t know their status and, because of stigma, don’t want to find out. End Stigma and help end HIV/AIDS.
We stand in solidarity with the LGBT community and all of the victims and families of the Orlando attack.
This new group started April 15, 2016, and is a topic-driven, peer-led support group for all women infected or affected by HIV/AIDS. The group meets Fridays from 7:00 to 9:00 PM at the World AIDS Museum and Educational Center, 1201 NE 26th Street, Suite 111, Wilton Manors, FL 33305. Food and Childcare …
The Museum offers docent-guided tours of its signature exhibit, the Chronology of AIDS. Tours accommodate groups of up-to ten people. Allow at least one hour for the tour and more time to explore our other exhibits, multimedia and interactive displays. To schedule a tour, call Ed Sparan at the museum at (954) 390-0550.
We are very happy to share a photo slideshow from the opening of Saving Grace: HIV/AIDS in the Black Community. This very special event opened to an enthusiastic audience at the Old Dillard Museum in the Sistrunk neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale. More pictures: click here.
One of the artistic pieces in the Saving Grace exhibit is a family tree of related individuals affected or infected by HIV/AIDS. The branches span generations. Truly a heart-felt work, this video shows the artist collaborating and it’s transformation from start to finish. The piece moved with the rest of the exhibit to the World AIDS Museum in Wilton Manors, where it was created.
About the Charter Club: All levels of membership give stakeholders like you a significant opportunity to ensure the Museum’s present success and continued healthy growth into the future. As a Charter Club member, your automatic, monthly donations will support the Museum’s operating expenses, providing the ability to always remain open …
AMBASSADOR: $1200 OR $100 MONTHLY Your monthly donation of $100 brings you and your spouse/partner, free entry to all functions, unlimited entry to the Museum with a guest, special mention in all publications, website, and promotional material, and first notification of special events. ADVOCATE: $600 OR $50 MONTHLY A monthly donation of …
“It’s a great pace to come and learn about HIV and AIDS.”
“It’s a celebration of Life.”
“People learn through stories and we’re capturing thousands of stories that will be a way to teach people about this disease and about what they need to know to live better and fuller lives.”
“It’s not a sad place; it’s an emotional place, but it’s a very uplifting place as well.”
The Virtual Tapestry of Stories is the Museum’s audiovisual version of the AIDS Memorial Quilt. It is an interweaving of personal experiences captured in video that inspire and empower those affected by HIV/AIDS. Tapestry videos reveal the depth of impact of the myths and stigma of the disease. Tapestry fortifies our …