Sandra Ramos is an internationally acclaimed Cuban visual artist who began her career during the Special Period, following the fall of the Soviet Union. Her highly autobiographical works address racism, mass migration, gender, social inequality, and family rupture in the context of Cuban history.
Monday, November 6, 4:00-5:00pm
Hesburgh Center C103
Presented by: Department of Romance Languages and Literatures and the Jose E. Fernandez Hispanic Caribbean Initiative
Co-Sponsored by: Institute for Latino Studies, Kellogg Institute, GeNDer Studies Program, and Art, Art History & Design