EG Justice Event

EG Justice Event

EG Justice September 12, 2013
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Ramon Esono, an Equatoguinean artist whose work has been in the forefront of the social justice movement in Equatorial Guinea, will be showing his work and giving a series of talks in Tampa, Florida, the week of September 17th through the 20th.

EG Justice is happy to facilitate Ramon’s visit to the US, as it is an important opportunity to highlight the plight of the people of Equatorial Guinea under the Obiang regime.

The University of South Florida’s Contemporary Art Museum is showing Ramon’s work in their exhibition SubRosa: The Language of Resistance, which runs from August 26 – December 7, 2013. The Museum is showing four series of Ramon’s graphic novels, along with works by international artists Ai Weiwei, Jose Toirac, and Meira Marrero, among others.

Ramon will be engaged in different events at USF as well as with the broader Tampa Bay community during his visit. The following is a schedule of events:

 

Tuesday, September 17. 11 a.m.-- POSTPONED- DATE TO BE DETERMINED

Talk at USF Library. Event sponsored by the Institute for Black Life.

Afternoon class visit at USF.

 

Wednesday, September 18. 10:30 a.m. --POSTPONED - DATE TO BE DETERMINED

Talk at Blake High School Theater. (Blake students only)

Workshop for high school arts and social studies teachers.

 

Thursday, September 19.

Several class appearances across USF campus

6 p.m.: Appearance during Art Thursday at Barness Recital Hall, USF.

7 p.m.: Zine Fest at Contemporary Art Museum, USF

 

Friday, September 20. 7 p.m.

Evening of Art & Music at Café Kili.

Silent auction to benefit EG Justice.

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