The AMP:
AIDS Memorial Pathway

Using public art and technology to create a place for remembrance and reflection in Seattle about the AIDS epidemic.

The story of AIDS is a story of dignity, social justice, humanity, and the thousands of people who fell, fought, and provided care and comfort. The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway was born out of a desire to recognize the AIDS crisis in Seattle and throughout Washington State, and our communities’ response to this crisis.

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The Pathway

The four artworks of The AMP were created by a diverse group of artists who bring unique interpretations to the emotional attributes connected to HIV and AIDS.

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Our Stories

The stories of those who have survived, died, witnessed, and continue to fight against HIV/AIDS must not be forgotten.

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The List of Names

Reading a name can help us connect to personal memories. The collection of names from Washington State of those who’ve died, shows the vast impact of HIV/AIDS.