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  • About Us

    Art for AIDS International is a Canadian charity that encourages young people through art and education to play an active and creative role in the global AIDS response.

  • Our Workshops

    To date, Art for AIDS has hosted HIV and AIDS education workshops with over 10,000 young people in 9 countries. Find out more about hosting a workshop in your school or community.

  • Gallery and Shop

    Purchase student artwork made during our workshops from our online gallery and directly support programs that help women and children affected by AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa.

Latest Gallery Additions

Here are the latest works of art made by young people during Art for AIDS International workshops. These prints are sold to raise funds for women and children affected by HIV and AIDS.

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Latest News

Here are the latest blog posts from the staff and volunteers at Art for AIDS International.

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  • Self Esteem, Art, and the Fight Against HIV and AIDS


    This post was written by Brittany Stares, Volunteer for Art for AIDS International Building self-esteem was not always part of what Art for AIDS International does, Director Hendrikus Bervoets tells me one afternoon. It came up a few years ago when he was asked to give a keynote address in Botswana on the topic of […]

  • A Return to Hopefulness

    This post was written by Sarah Barzak, volunteer for Art for AIDS International in London, Canada Social justice has been and continues to be a concept I keep in the back of my mind. Immigrating to Canada at the age of five, social issues were heavily discussed at the dinner table and watching the 10pm […]

  • Unlocking Emotions Through Art

    This blog was written by Brittany Stares, volunteer   I volunteer in the Art for AIDS International gallery, a place that, despite the beautiful artwork on the walls, doesn’t always convey the depth of the organization’s work. My first experience with Art for AIDS International was reviewing evaluations of the workshop from Botswana and South […]