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HIV/AIDS Goes Art History In “Art AIDS America” At The Bronx Museum

by Emily Colucci on July 29, 2016
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What is lost when HIV/AIDS becomes art history? A lot, as it seems.

As HIV/AIDS gets revisited by a slew of recent exhibitions, books and films, the real continued emotional impact of the disease is in danger of being replaced by a distant historical interest. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the Bronx Museum’s current exhibition Art AIDS America.

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New Land Found in Brooklyn For Artist Urban Renewal Projects

by Art Fag City on May 19, 2011
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Are you an artist living in New York in need of some affordable housing? The Brooklyn Arts Council will be hosting seminar on affordable housing Tuesday May 24th, to discuss such opportunities as The Schermerhorn. The Schermerhorn is a permanent housing residence in downtown Brooklyn with affordable spaces for perform-y types (read: actors, screenwriters, musicians, dancers, editors, composers, set designers, producers, singers, directors and other performing arts and entertainment professionals). Monthly rent starts at $635, while the income of residents cannot exceed $33,660 or be less than $21,770. To qualify you must already live in one of the following areas: Boerum Hill,  Brooklyn Heights, Clinton Hill, Downtown, DUMBO, Fort Greene, Vinegar Hill.

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