CAFE XIII: The Journeys of Cuban Artists in Barbados

The University of the West Indies
Department of Language, Linguistics and Literature
Faculty of Humanities and Education
Cave Hill Campus

The Journeys of Cuban Writers and Artists
The thirteenth edition of CAFÉ will take place at the gallery of the Errol Barrow Center for Creative Imagination in Barbados from October 27th through November 11th 2011

Thursday 27th October
At 7 p.m.
Opening of the exhibition ¨The Search for Self-Identity in Cuban Contemporary Art¨
Curators: Dr. Grisel Pujalá. Leandro Soto

Performance Art piece presented by Neri Torres, Leandro Soto, and Mario Porchetta

CAFÉ is a cultural event about Cuban artists and writers that features lectures, curator’s talk, panel discussions, films, poetry reading, and a multimedia itinerant exhibition that highlights a wide range of artists working with installation, performance art, photography and sculpture.

Performance with the participation of Dance Majors of the Errol Barrow Center.
Directed by Cuban Choreographer in Residence at the EBCCI Neri Torres.
Refreshments will be served

Friday 11th November 2011
At 7 p.m.
Venue: Art Gallery at the EBCCI
Launching of the book:
Cuban Artists Across the Diaspora
By Professor Andrea Herrera
Chair of the Ethnic Studies Department
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
based on her research of CAFÉ: The Journeys of Cuban Artists and Writers

Please mark in your calendar these art events at the Errol Barrow Center for Creative Imagination at UWI. All are related to Cuban Culture and the Arts.

Presentation of the exhibit: ¨The Search for Self-Identity in Cuban Contemporary Art¨
By Dr. Grisel Pujalá-Soto. Lecturer
Department of Language Linguistics and Literature
Curator’s Talk by Leandro Soto
Refreshments will be served

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