HIV and ART, the message in the medium

a group of artists used striking visual artworks to get HIV/AIDS information across
a group of artists used striking visual artworks to get HIV/AIDS information across

Earlier this week, the Ministry of Youth Sport and Culture (MYSC) hosted the annual Nna le Seabe HIV and Art awareness exhibition at the National Museum as part of the commemorations for World AIDS Day. Mmegi Staffer MOMPATI TLHANKANE visited the museum to interpret some of the seemingly indecipherable messages in the artworks.

With the topical issue nowadays being global warming, artists have taken to portraying the phenomenon with a burning orb to represent the destruction of mother earth by its inhabitants.

Locally, a group of artists have since 2001 been relay messages on HIV/AIDS information a with striking visual artworks.

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