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In 2000-2001 the Estate Project for Artists with AIDS, in partnership with the National Association of Artists’ Organizations, conducted the Experience Exchange—a series of nationwide meetings to discuss strategies for intervening on behalf of artists whose work and legacies are endangered because of factors of health, economics, race, gender or geography. The project grew out of the belief that the Estate Project’s history of preserving, archiving, and presenting artwork created by artists with AIDS could generate models for cultural organizations and artists facing similar concerns. This report by the Estate Project describes the content of those meetings and supports preserving the work of artists outside the mainstream.
Support for the Experience Exchange was provided by the Getty Grant Program, the New York Community Trust and the Norton Family Foundation.