Looking Through Trees

Looking Through Trees

National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day

PCAF Art Gallery is honored to display the latest of Michael Kaniecki’s folded drawing efforts, “Looking Through Trees” during the months of August and September. Using India ink and wash on paper, Michael’s work covers 33’ in length and fills the gallery with his distinctive mark marking resembling an abstract landscape of trees.… Read more →

IN THE LIGHT

National Asian Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Art Show
Featuring: Matamatanonofo “Nofo” Porter

SHOW RUNS THROUGH JUNE 14, 2019
GALLERY HOURS:
M/T/Th/F 9 – 5PM
WED 11 – 5PM
All are welcome
CONTACT INFO: jfrey@piercecountyaids.org

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In this 10’ x 8’ piece comprised of 60 individually painted clipboards, Matamatanonofo “Nofo” Porter’s work, “In the Light”, showcases the culture, traditions, and history of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.… Read more →

DINE OUT. END HIV.

Thanks for participating in this year’s Dining Out For Life®!

AS A PARTICIPANT OF DINING OUT FOR LIFE®, YOU MAY
BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE SUBARU VIP PURCHASE PROGRAM.

Save between $1000 – $3000 off the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)* (depending on model and accessories), plus any applicable incentives when you lease or purchase a new Subaru (exclusions may apply).… Read more →

A World of Colour

National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Art Show

In this series of artwork and photographs, Kristin Johnson’s art panels and sister Dana Johnson’s images evolve into A World of Colour. With April as National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Month, the sisters combined Kristin’s vibrant art panels with photographs taken by Dana during her travels to a residence in Chiang Mai, Thailand for children affected by HIV/AIDS.… Read more →

Your year-end contribution helps PCAF clients rewrite the scripts of their lives.

Dear Friend,

This year marks the 30th annual commemoration of World AIDS Day. In the early days of the epidemic, the vast number of people affected by HIV did not think about long-term survivorship. With your help, PCAF now serves many long-term survivors, a number of whom were told they would not live for more than a year.Read more →