Those involved with Bailey-Boushay House share a belief that people with life-threatening diseases should be allowed to have care in a place with an atmosphere of inherent humanity. And what better expresses our humanity than art?
That's why you will see art throughout the facility. In public spaces. In niches (which we like to call "treasure spaces"). In two dimensions. And three.
The common thread of this artwork is not AIDS. Or memorializing. It is a life-enhancing presence throughout the building, a celebration of human dignity and possibility, and an inspiration to all who walk its halls.