Cuba in an Era of Digital Change

3 November 2016, 6pm – 8pm

Discussion

Threshold Studios invite audiences to join Cuban artists Yadiana Gilbert & Lilmara Cruz Pavon and other panellists to discuss the impact of recent political changes and the coming digital revolution on the life choices and culture of Cuba's young people. As the country's trade barriers come down and access to the internet widens, what will that mean for Cuban culture and identity and its influence on the rest of the world?

Don't miss the chance to visit the related exhibition By Our Own Efforts.

Admission: FREE
Age range: All are welcome

 

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