Visit National Museums Liverpool for two special World AIDS Day exhibitions organised in collaboration with Homotopia.

Pier Head, Mann Island, Liverpool, L3 1DG

The UK AIDS Quilt Memorial Exhibition

Thursday 30th November – Saturday 2nd December 10-5pm

Come and view this poignant piece of social history; a selection of 12ft x 12ft UK AIDS memorial quilts will be on display all made in loving memory by friends and family of those lost to HIV related illness in Merseyside. Small quilts to be displayed across the boroughs – keep an eye out on our social media for details

The Many Faces of HIV Photography Exhibition

A collaborative project between Sahir and local photographer, Laura McCann. The exhibition showcases a series of unfiltered portraits of people living with HIV and hopes illustrate the uniqueness of the individuals involved.

More details here

The Mersey Model: Saving Lives Globally Talk

Saturday 2nd December 10-11am

Join former regional public health director, professor John Ashton, for this fascinating talk looking at Merseyside’s ground-breaking role in HIV harm reduction which was later adopted globally.

Art Session with Roberto Tova

Saturday 2nd December 2-4pm

Join Roberto Tova, Mexican artist, HIV activist & founder of Numero De Serie, for an exploration of his work which delivers important sexual health messages within Latin communities.