"Portraits of Hope" is an interactive online multimedia art exhibit that shows the array of artists' responses to the ongoing AIDS crisis.

George Towne
"Meatrack, Fire Island"
oil on canvas
Eric Rhein
"Leaves (an AIDS Memorial)"
wire outlines on paper
Preston McGovern
"Vaccine"
installation piece
Carolyn Jones
"Henry Nichols"
photo portrait
Jack Mackenroth
"Condom Dress"
couture
Peter Sparling
"Witness"
dance (excerpt)
Fred Hersch
"Blues for an Imaginary Valentine"
art song
Daniel Goldstein
"Invisible Man"
sculpture
Hunter Reynolds
"We Die in the Streets"
photo montage
Janis Brenner
"Dancing in Absentia"
dance
Nhojj
"James Donovan"
song
Fay Simpson
"Trapped in Seven"
dance
Penny Arcade
"Old Queen"
performance piece
EA Conner
biohazard symbol from "Life Positive" series
painting
Ari Gold
"Wave of You"
song and video
Mykel
"Only the Lonely"
song and PSA
Luke Jerram
"HIV"
glass sculpture
César Winston Vera
"Angels in Love"
painting
Tom Goss
"Break Away"
rock song
Jim Marino
"Luke and Brandin"
pastel on paper
Tom Bianchi
"Surf Buddies"
Polaroid
Robert Zash
Triptych (unnamed)
time-released photograph
Harry Kelley
"Monday Songs"
art songs
Liz Liguori
"Larry Kramer"
photo portrait
Patrick Corbin
"Forever"
dance
Mike Ruiz
"36:00:00"
poster with photo, graphics

"Portraits of Hope" was curated by Steve Weinstein, editor-in-chief of EDGE Media Network. Layout and Programming by Jaye Foucher of IX Interactive, Inc.