LIVING: A unique portrayal of people living with HIV in Ireland
Living is an innovative, first-of-its-kind, photographic exhibition showcasing a powerful and inspiring collection of portraits by the wonderfully talented photographer Hazel Coonagh. This unique expression will highlight the leadership role people living with HIV contribute to the HIV response, particularly in relation to confronting and challenging stigma.
The exhibition will be launched at a special event on World AIDS Day, Wednesday 1st December, at 7 pm in The CHQ Building in Dublin.
Hosted by national treasure, Panti Bliss, join us for an inspirational conversation with portrait participants, who will contribute their thoughts on living with HIV in Ireland in 2021 and provide words of encouragement and support to other people living with HIV across our shores.
The photographic exhibition is made possible by the voluntary contributions of people living with HIV.
Following the launch, the exhibition will run until 10th December and will be free to see daily.
Throughout the exhibition, visitors will be able to make donations through special Tap to Donate points as well as by texting “GCN” to 50300 to donate €4*. All donations will provide much-needed funding for GCN and HIV Ireland.
The Living project and event is proudly supported and funded by GSK, the HSE Sexual Health and Crisis Pregnancy Programme, Dublin Pride and EPIC
COVID-19 Safety Information:
This is an indoor standing event. COVID certificates will be required to gain entry to the event. Attendees are asked to wear a face-covering at all times during the event, except when eating or drinking.
*GCN and HIV Ireland will receive a minimum of €3.25 per text. Service Provider: LIKECHARITY. Helpline: 014819311.