Operating in eight countries on five continents, Art & Global Health Center programs begin with local artists and artisans communicating about HIV/AIDS and other public health issues in accessible and entertaining ways. Our current programs include:
An Arts-based, Multiple-intervention, Peer-education HIV & STI prevention program for high school youth in Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Chapel Hill.
Art & Global Health Center Africa
On-the-ground, youth-driven art interventions in Malawi and South Africa. Visit the center online at aghcafrica.org.
The A.R.T. Show
A touring exhibition of work by southern African artists responding to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in an age of antiretroviral treatment.
Through Positive Eyes
An international photography project of HIV-positive people in cities around the world. View the project at throughpositiveyes.org.
Founded in 2006, the UCLA Art & Global Health Center is part of UCLA’s unique Department of World Arts & Cultures/Dance, a leading institution for the study of the arts in a global context.
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Currently it is estimated that 2.4 million people in India are infected with HIV, representing
The next chapter in the UCLA Art & Global Health Center’s ongoing international photography project