Day Without Art. Northwestern University, December 1–3, 2002.
This international event began in 1989 as a means to promote AIDS awareness. Each year in early December, public art on Northwestern's campus is covered with a black cloth to bring attention to the impact of AIDS on arts communities around the world.
In facilitating this event, I participated in covering all public artwork at Northwestern and promoted the event through the creation and distribution of press releases and other marketing materials.