William Donovan, an amazing visual artist & teacher whose work we had exhibited at our Fading AIDS Gallery in its heyday, is also a member of the visualAIDS archive. Here is a bio from this site:
William Donovan is a visual artist who lives and works in New York. He utilizes life experiences as well as current social and political issues to create art. Donovan holds a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in Fine Arts, as well as an AAS in Fashion Illustration from the Fashion Institute of Technology, where he currently teaches. He has studied at The Arts Students League, The Philadelphia Institute of the Arts and the Parsons School of Art.
After an Internet search, I found a phone number and address for Macey Sign Co. (38 Mason Street, Worcester, MA 01610), a family run business since 1910. The Cotter’s Leather Goods sign was one of the first they were commissioned to paint according to the owner.
Frank H. Jump Exhibits Fading Ads @ Marble Collegiate Church, NYC– Fifth Avenue & 29th Street
Monday, November 19th 2007 6PM,
Dinner & Program $15
Click here to register with a credit card
through Marble Collegiate’s secured website.
Join us for an inspirational evening with artist/photographer Frank H. Jump.
Jump was given a few years to live in 1986, after being diagnosed with HIV. After enrolling in a Bachelors Degree Program in 1996, Jump started taking pictures of “fading ads” as a metaphor to his own survival. Through art, perseverance and hope, he continued to thrive and inspire others through his photography.
Jump became known in 1998 with an exhibition of his work at The N-Y Historical Society, and was featured on the cover of the New York Times Metro section in July 1998. For a PDF of this flyer click here. For more information about this event or to RSVP, contact Judy Tulin @ firstname.lastname@example.org Or call to RSVP @ (212) 686-2770 Ext. 709
Jump has since entered the NYC Teaching Fellows Program and received his Masters of Science in Education at Brooklyn College in 2003. Recently, Jump received a second Masters of Science in Instructional Technology.
GIFTS: An LGBT Fellowship is a gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgendered community at Marble Collegiate Church that seeks to reconcile spirituality and sexuality through God’s love. By celebrating the common threads between our lives and faith journeys, we embrace our spiritual inheritance. We welcome all who wish to grow and be energized through Christian fellowship and service.
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Previously posted another image of this wall entitled Bread (on Sutphin Blvd)but have since identified a possible name of the business. This pentimento also has the words “Castle” and “Beach” peeking through. Any leads on this, please comment.
Read Obama’s latest apologetic BS. I mean- look at this logo- you can drive a truck through it, as you could his weak argument for inclusivity. Obama welcomes all points of view in his campaign- even homophobic ones. Imagine the uproar if Michael Richards joined the Clinton or Edwards campaign.
Read Rod 2.0 and AMERICAblog.com. Why should I be surprised or expect any less from a Black politician? Covering all the bases? Perhaps Tim Hardaway should join the fray? Is Anita Bryant still alive? So many questions, so little qualified Democratic candidates. It’s scary to think that Rudy Giuliani is our best advocate. Let’s not forget that “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” and the Ban on HIV/AIDS Immigration occurred under the Clinton Administration. Hillary doesn’t even mention LGBTQ issues on her website. I guess she’s comfortable enough with her polls that she can sit on her duff on LGBTQ issues. Who is Mike Gravel?
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