AIDS Fabric Sculpture

Inspired by the message of Calvary’s first HIV/AIDS Healing Service, Memphis artist and Calvary parishioner, David Johnson, created a fabric sculpture in 1989. Each opening in the fabric represents someone living with AIDS, someone whose life was taken by AIDS, or someone affected by AIDS. This sculpture will hang in Calvary’s nave through Thursday, Dec. 2, as we remember and honor those living with HIV/AIDS.


Watch this video of the amazing installation process for this fabric sculpture.