AMORPHA YOUTH FOUNDATION presents
César Pimentel – Rasec, Brazil
Bistra-Ijeoma Okereke, Nigeria Bulgaria
>> A unique Afro-Brazilian party experience! <<
MUSIC & DANCE VIBES
Funk carioca, kuduro, afro house, hiphop
POETIC & ACTIVIST VIBES
Brazilian and Afro-Brazilian poetry read in Português & Bulgarian
Nigerian and African Poetry in Bulgarian
EMOTIONAL CULTURAL EVENT BY
Bar Brand, 2 Musala Street, Varna / Bulgaria.
Enter: BGN 5
César Pimentel, Rasec, is a multidisciplinary artist working both with traditional and new media. He was born in 1982 in Brazil, in the city of Vitoria – the capital of the Espírito Santo state – a place of deep rooted cultural traditions, whose southern spirit became part of César’s way of artistic expression.
A graduated advertising designer, he has also specialized in photography, digital painting, sketching, art director in advertising agencies, photographer.
He is author of the book “The Boys of Espírito Santo: The New Identity of Capixaba”. His works have been exhibited in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Vitoria, Mexico City, Porto, Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna. He is the author of the project “Romaram”, that combines photography, music, poetry, and performance.
Bistra-Ijeoma Okereke is the first African-Bulgarian actress and a poet. Born in Owerri, Nigeria, in 1995. She graduated from the Bulgarian Theatre Academy in 2019 and already has an extensive acting portfolio. Recently, she consulted a major theatre production staged in Varna and Sofia, Bulgaria, on the specifics of African diaspora, Nigerian theatre and the use of Igbo language in the play’s dialogue. She is also interested in dance and singing. Bistra-Ijeoma is currently working on the publication of her first poetry book in Bulgarian.
13 March, Friday, Bar Brand
19:00 – 20:30 h
Nigeria: Breakwater Literature with Bistra-Ijeoma Okereke
Literature and Culture Talk & Reading.
21:00 – 24:00 h
Música Afro-Brasileira ֍ César Pimentel & Bistra-Ijeoma Okereke
Afro-Brazilian Party. Poetry interaction in Portuguese, English & Bulgarian.
Entry 5 BGN