Off-night Event | Center on Halsted
November 30 | Wednesday | 7:30 p.m.

Community, Healing. Art. Life. Now. In 1985, the first AIDS-related play — The Normal Heart, by Larry Kramer — opened in New York. Since then, several plays & films inspired by the events of the HIV/AIDS crisis have surfaced both to critical acclaim as well as to social anxiety. What is the relationship between life & art? How have things evolved between then and now? Join us in partnership with the Center on Halsted for this World AIDS Day panel conversation breaking open the HIV/AIDS crisis in conversation with the art created from those events.

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