Two art therapists facilitated a communal art project with three groups of individuals infected or affected by HIV/AIDS. Two group sessions were conducted at two local villages and one group session was conducted at Lyantonde Hospital. Individuals created squares illustrating personal stories about how they have been affected by HIV/AIDS. Facilitators taught basic skills in textile art and sewing; group members were encouraged to share their talents and skills with others. The intent of this project was to facilitate the growth of self-sustaining art groups and support networks in these communities from the Lyantonde district. The quilts that were created have and continue to be displayed in both the U.S. and Uganda to raise awareness about the lives of those affected by HIV/AIDS and to decrease stigma around the disease.