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The event will focus on the meaning of The AIDS Monument project, how it serves its community, and how it addresses larger issues of discrimination, equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Past Event

Design For Dignity: Zoom Event on July 20

STORIES: The AIDS Monument will be featured at the Design For Dignity conference, sponsored by the Los Angeles chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIALA) – and you are invited to join this free virtual event!

The event will be held on Zoom at 5:00-6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 20. FAM Board Members Mark Lehman and Rogerio Carvalheiro, as well as the designer of The AIDS Monument, Daniel Tobin of UAP, will lead the discussion.

You can register for the event here – or just connect directly to the event on Zoom here.

The event will focus on the meaning of The AIDS Monument project, how it serves its community, and how it addresses larger issues of discrimination, equity, diversity, and inclusion. “West Hollywood AIDS Monument” is one in a series of panel discussions and presentations that AIALA is presenting at its conference to highlight successful programs, initiatives, and design innovations.

AIALA’s Design For Dignity conference is held annually to highlight best-practices and pay tribute to the architects, contractors, housing developers, and clients of the American Institute of Architects.

The Foundation for the AIDS Monument is comprised of volunteer Board members who share a passion for ensuring that the history of the AIDS epidemic, both locally and nationally, is chronicled and preserved for younger generations.

The Monument, which is being constructed in West Hollywood Park, will be a place where you can remember, reflect and hear stories of how HIV and AIDS affected people, families and communities in Los Angeles, the United States and all over the world.