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Juana Valdes: Multi-Disciplined Artist

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JUANA VALDES uses printmaking, photography, sculpture, ceramics, and site-specific installations, to explore issues of race, transnationalism, gender, labor, and class. Functioning as an archive, Valdes’s work analyzes and decodes experiences of migration as a person of Afro Caribbean heritage.

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Artivist Leonor Anthony

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LEONOR ANTHONY is a multi-disciplinary artist and activist based in Miami. Born in Havana, Cuba, she immigrated to the United States with her family as a young child. She is an accredited scholar, artist, photographer and published author. Leonor is well-known for her courageous use of materials and by creating works that invoke controversial issues. Anthony co-authored “Sounds of Freedom” with photographer Roberto Polillo.

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Photographer Carl-Phillipe Juste

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CARL-PHILLIPE JUSTE is a Haitian born, politically active photographer. Since 1991 he has been working with the Miami Herald and has been showcasing his work throughout the world.

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Alexandra Codina: Making Documentaries that Matter

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ALEXANDRA CODINA’s debut film, “Monica & David,” tells the love story of two adults with Down syndrome. “Paper Children,” a YouTube Originals release about four siblings who fled gang violence in Honduras, is Codina’s second feature documentary as director and producer. 

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Artist Sandra Ramos: A Foot in Miami and a Foot in Havana

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SANDRA RAMOS is a Cuban contemporary painter, printmaker, collagist, and installation artist who explores nationality, gender, and identity in her work.

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