An Evening of Documentaries about Mexican struggles - As part of Asaro Exhibition in Bristol

Following our out door exhibition in Bearpit, Join us for an evening of short documentaries about Kiptik and Asaro along with talk and Q&A with Kiptik members about their projects with Zapatista’s communities.

Kiptik is a Bristol based solidarity group who have been working on a series of projects in the autonomous communities of Chiapas in South East of Mexico since May 2000.The aim of Kiptik is to support the Zapatista struggle directly through the construction of drinking water systems ,ecological stoves, health and mural projects.

ASARO is a contemporary Mexican collective formed during the 2006 uprising in Oaxaca .For the last 10 years, they have used large scale lino and wood cut prints as means of engaging with their local political and social struggles. They also train up young people from different backgrounds to become engaged artists. 


The films:
The Voice from The Voiceless - Presented by Cine Kiptik and Radio Insurgente
But the Paint Comes Through –A short Documentary about Asaro-Niyaz Saghari

Tickets: £2 by the door

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