Cuban poster art on exhibit at MathersMuseum

5pm November 14
Posters from the Revolution: The Anthropology of Cuban Graphic Arts. Special lecture with collector of the posters Gerrie Casey
Mathers Museum of World Cultures.

Next film: A Night in Havana: Dizzy Gillespie in Cuba.
Nov 26. Monroe County Public Library Auditorium. 7pm

September 11- Dec 3
Joe Tilson’s pop art including two depictions of Che Guevara
Gallery of the Art of the Western World, Doris Steinmetz Kellett Endowed Gallery of Twentieth-century Art, first floor. Indiana University Art Museum

Women’s Issues in Contemporary Cuba
Norma Guillard & Catherine Murphy on IU campus.
Women’s Issues in Contemporary Cuba: A Discussion with
Catherine Murphy and Norma Guillard
Monday, October 8/1:00pm CLACS: 1125 East Atwater Avenue
Sociologist and documentary filmmaker Catherine Murphy (producer &
director of Maestra, 2011) and psychologist Norma Guillard
(faculty at the University of Havana and advisor to UNDP and UNESCO)
will discuss their combined decades of scholarship and applied work
related to literacy, education, and racial and sexual diversity in

October 26 Friday 9pm
Ritmos Unidos featuring multiple grammy winner Michael Spiro,
and other IU faculty. Dancing is encouraged–it will be hard to resist.
Rachael’s Cafe,
300 E Third St ($6)

October 29 Monday 7pm
Juan de los Muertos at IU Cinema

Learn more about the fall Cuban films at:

September 1-30
Boxcar Books, 408 E. 6th St.
Ned Powell’s cut paper

Maestra October 8. 7pm IU Cinema.
Documentary (33min)
The director Catherine Murphy and Norma Guillard, teacher
during the 60’s literacy campaign as featured in the film,
will both be present.

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