Almost Live: Cascade AIDS Project Art Auction's New Digs a Hit

Arts & Books
What a difference a venue makes. After a multi-year run in the oppressively cheesy Oregon Convention Center, the Cascade AIDS Project's annual fundraising extravaganza benefited immensely this past weekend from a move to the Bison Building at 419 NE 10th Ave. The 21st Annual Art Evening and Auction, held Saturday, May 1, felt like a whole new event thanks to the spaciousness of the environs of ...   More
Tuesday, May 4, 2010 RICHARD SPEER

Confronting AIDS with CAP

The caliber of public discussion about AIDS has greatly improved since 1988 when there were 863 people recorded as living with AIDS in Oregon. The Cascade AIDS Project was only five years old, and about to embark on an AIDS awareness ad campaign that was to appear on the side of TriMet vehicles, and in The Oregonian. TriMet lasted a few days before pulling the tame picture of two fully clothed ...   More
Saturday, April 11, 2009 Megan Brescini

Screw Stigma This Saturday

This Saturday, May 16 HIV-positive individuals from across Oregon will gather in the Park Blocks downtown at Shemanski Fountain to say “Screw Stigma.” The event has been titled Project 150+ and hopes to make it easier for some of the estimated 7000 people living with HIV in Oregon, to disclose their HIV-positive status in a safe, supportive environment. The project is part of Oregon's ...   More
Thursday, May 14, 2009 Shawn O'bryant


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