The University of Illinois at Chicago is presenting "In Plain Sight: A Women's History of HIV/AIDS in Chicago," an exhibition featuring oral histories, photos, documents and hand-written stories from Chicago women living with HIV.
"In Plain Sight" will run through Saturday, April 2 ( on Thursdays through Saturdays ), at the Pop Up JUST Art Center, 1255 S. Halsted St.
The exhibition and corresponding project are the result of collaboration between the UIC-based History Moves project and Chicago participants in the Women's Interagency HIV Study ( WIHS ), a 23-year-old clinical research study on women living with HIV.
Admission is free and open to the public; call 312-413-2458 to arrange group tours. For more info, visit historymoves.org/inplainsight/ .