Photo Stories: African Women and Kids
Affected by AIDS Share their Lives


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TV news coverage of Denver exhibition

Colorado KUSA-TV's June 12 broadcast of an interview with Dr. Neal Baer, co-founder of The House is Small but the Welcome is Big photography project.

Photographs by mothers and orphans affected by the global AIDS epidemic are now on exhibit in Denver at Gallery M Through July 13.

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Venice Arts continuing work in Mozambique on documentary about the impact of HIV/AIDS on African women and children.

The Argonaut, Santa Monica (July 26, 2007) -- A team of photographers and filmmakers from Los Angeles-based Venice Arts will travel to Maputo in Mozambique next month as part of a two-year photo documentary project.

Children Orphaned by AIDS Document Their World

Venice Arts returns to Africa, for project in Mozambique with children orphaned by AIDS.

House is Small featured at Clinton Global Aid Initiative Conference during remarks of First Lady Laura Bush

The House is Small but the Welcome is Big was lauded in the opening remarks of First Lady Laura Bush at the Clinton Global Initiative Conference in September 2006. Work produced by the project was displayed during the First Lady's keynote.

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Inaugural Exhibit at Gallery M

Gallery M
2830 E. Third Ave., Denver CO 80206 | Map

Private Patron's Opening: June 11, 5 pm - 7:30 pm
Media Preview: June 12, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Public opening: June 14, 4 pm - 6 pm
Exhibit open through July 13

USC Annenberg School for Communications

Fall 2007

The Plaza Theater

Orlando, Florida, March 2007

Stanford University

February-March 2007

Harvard University, Graduate School of Education

Cambridge, Massachusetts, December 2006-January 2007

Harvard Medical School

Boston, Massachusetts, December 2006-January 2007

UCLA Department of World Arts and Culture

Los Angeles, December 2006-January 2007

Colorado College

Colorado Springs, December 2006

The Venice Arts Gallery

Venice, November 2006

The International AIDS Conference/Gallery 44

Toronto, August 2006

The Venice Art Walk's Focus on Photography

Venice, May 2006

Track 16 Gallery

Santa Monica, May 2006

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My man is a great man...he found me with three children and he supports me and my three children..he's HIV negative and he accepts me the way I am.
Pumla File
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