Q and A with Ricardo Levins Morales
Pangea World Theater
2709 E. Lake St., Minneapolis 55406
Join us for a new series of intimate community conversations on Feb. 8!
Q: Have you ever wanted to pick the brains of your favorite local progressive/radical artists and organizers? Ask them anything from the mundane to the meaning of life?
A: Yes! Pangea World Theater presents Q and A: Questions and Answers with Organizers and Artists, a new series of intimate community conversations with some of the Twin Cities’ most creative, influential and dedicated organizers and artists, covering a limitless range of topics.
February 8 @ 7:30 PM $10 suggested donation. All proceeds to benefit the honoree. Space is limited. For presale tickets, please call 612-203-1088.
Join us for the first Q and A with Ricardo Levins Morales. Come prepared with questions or relax and listen to his responses, retorts, stories, and ramblings. Curated by Jessica Lopez Lyman and Emmanuel Ortiz.
Ricardo Levins Morales is a trickster organizer and healer disguised as an artist. He uses visual art to strengthen and support organizing, movement building, and social justice education. He was born into the Puerto Rican anti-colonial movement and came of age in a time of mass movements in the United States. He has been active in labor, solidarity, anti-war, environmental, racial justice and other grassroots struggles since that time. For 30 years he was a member of the Northland Poster Collective, which provided art, screen printing and cultural organizing know-how to movements. He also offers workshops, feedback and encouragement to organizers. He works out of a storefront studio in south Minneapolis.