Our cultural series includes a mix of events including movies, speakers, seminars, panel discussions, play and poetry readings and other artistic endeavors which add to people’s understanding of HIV and AIDS and it’s impact on the world.
WAM Films : Bringing the World to you Third Friday of Every Month at 7 PM
In August, 2016, the World AIDS Museum and Educational Center initiated a monthly film series. Under the guidance of Fred Phillips and Dale Thome, each offering has been carefully selected to portray the many dimensions of the HIV/AIDS story. All are fascinating, enlightening, and entertaining. Please join us the 3rd Friday of the month (usually) at the museum for a film, refreshments, and thought-provoking conversation.
Up next, Precious, on January 20, 2017. (Click image to view larger)
AUGUST 19TH – PEDRO SEPTEMBER 23RD – TONGUES UNITED OCTOBER 21ST – HOLDING THE MAN NOVEMBER 18TH – VELOCITY OF GARY DECEMBER 16TH – A YEAR WITHOUT LOVE
Stage reading of Harvey Fierstein’s, Safe Sex
Held in March 2016 at the museum: The Stage Reading of Safe Sex
Safe Sex is an award-winning play by Harvey Fierstein. It premiered on Broadway in 1987. Read more about this event in Past Events.