Francisco Public Health Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit foundation,
is the fiscal sponsor of Rattlesnake in a Moving Car. It is the
mission of the Foundation to provide resources to the San Francisco public
health community to assist it in delivering the best quality health care
in the most efficient and cost-effective manner.
Department of Public Health For some information on the Natural
History Study visit their website at sfaidsresearch.org,
and look under the "Our Research" link.
is additional detailed information about the
City Clinic Cohort Study on the Centers for Disease Control website
HIV Study (WIHS) is a multi-center, prospective study, established
in 1993 to carry out comprehensive investigations of the impact of HIV
infection in women.
a non-profit organization based in San Francisco which helps artists with
life-threatening illnesses to continue their creative work.
AIDS, a non-profit organization based in New York City, strives to
increase public awareness of AIDS through the visual arts. By mobilizing
the visual arts communities, Visual AIDS raises money to provide direct
services to artists living with HIV/AIDS.
is a national, non-profit magazine devoted to covering cultural, medical,
and social responses to HIV/AIDS.
Related Links: Foundations, Organizations, Galleries, Schools
San Francisco Arts Commission is the City Agency that champions the
arts in San Francisco. Believing that a creative cultural environment
is essential to the City's well being, their programs integrate the arts
into all aspects of City life.
international arts is a young exhibition space which features the
work of emerging and mid-career contemporary artists from around the world.
School of Classical Realism
Chester's male figure drawing group
Related Links: Individual Artists
San Francisco Public Library