The Kirby Institute, in collaboration with Positive Life NSW, is offering tours of the Positively Women Online Exhibition: www.positivelywomenproject.com.au
This innovative research exhibition presents the art work and poetry of a group of Australian women living with HIV. In the two hour online tours, you will be guided through the exhibition while experiencing some of the same practices the artists used. This research is being conducted to understand how viewing women’s artwork and stories that affect understandings of and attitudes towards HIV.
You will be asked to explore the exhibition on your own time and then participate in a group discussion. The discussion will take place on Zoom and last two hours. It will combine meditation and art, and include questions about your thoughts and feelings about the exhibition. The session will be recorded and transcribed and your comments anonymised. You will be paid $30 for participation.
There are three tours:
- women living with HIV – Wednesday 29 September, 3-5pm AEDT
- healthcare providers, medical students, and policy makers – Wednesday 6 October, 3-5pm AEDT
- general public – Wednesday 13 October, 3-5pm AEDT
For more information or to book for one of the tours please email: email@example.com