Art AIDS America (AAA) was the first major traveling exhibition to reveal how the AIDS epidemic forever changed American art. In its final days at the first venue activists and then artists raised issues of representation of African Americans within AAA and the museum field while in the final days at the second venue government officials raised issue in the content of the exhibition. Explore how three museums listened, adapted and addressed issues of diversity, inclusion, community input and equity through this exhibition.

Justin Rabideau, Rock Hushka, Sergio Bessa