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 AMP DEDICATION IS HAPPENING JUNE 26 (info below)

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’ responses to this crisis.

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The AMP Dedication

Join us on Saturday, June 26 to celebrate the completion of The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway.

Saturday, June 26
Noon – 3pm
On the plaza at the Capitol Hill Light Rail Station

We invite the public to drop by during these hours to visit and experience this unique place of remembrance and reflection in Seattle.

See the artwork, talk with the artists, and learn about The AMP!

This event will have ASL interpreters available.

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The Pathway

The artworks of The AMP are designed to take visitors through an emotional and historical journey related to the AIDS epidemic in our region from the early 1980s to today. Created by artists of different backgrounds and perspectives, they bring remembrance, reflection, creativity, and action around HIV and AIDS, to all of us.

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The List of Names

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