Episode 149: Preserving Art Legacies After Loss

Art leaves a lasting impression on the world and keeps legacies alive for generations. On this show Dr. Heidi Horsley and guest co-host Doneley Meris, Executive Director of HIV Arts Network, discuss with Hal Bromm, founder of the Hal Bromm Gallery, Sur Rodney Sur, activist and artist, and Judy Glantzman, painting instructor at Rhode Island School of Design, the impact of art legacies Luis Frangella and David Wojnarowicz, who both died of AIDS in the 1990’s, and how there art continues to impact the world today.

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