The [choice] Life Over AIDS project launched at Caritas Village over the weekend with an unveiling of three panels to be installed as a mural on the wall of the Binghamton community arts center. Sponsored by the Mid-South AIDS Fund and Caritas, [choice] Life Over AIDS is an art awareness project intended to reduce the stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS, reduce the number of infections, and educate Memphians living with HIV/AIDS about healthy choices.
Here are the three art panels, shown behind some neighborhood kids at Caritas:
The first panel was created by Frank D. Robinson, the second by Carl Moore, and the third by Jamin Carter.
Future [choice] Life Over AIDS events include a juried art exhibit opening on October 1st from 5 to 8 p.m. and a film screening at Malco Studio on the Square on December 1st from 7 to 8 p.m.
For more information about the [choice] Life Over AIDS project, check out their website.