The artists of Luanda’s Olindomar Studio, run by cartoonist brothers Olímpio and Lindomar de Sousa, have “re-imagined” certain classic scenes from American History, in cooperation with the U.S. Embassy. The Angola Field Group invites you to an evening of Angolan Art and American History, at 8:00 PM at the Viking Club, this Thursday June 28. David Brooks, Deputy Chief of Mission of the US Embassy and a comic book aficionado, will make a presentation using the works of Olindomar Studio to show how diplomatic missions and other entities can work productively with Angolan artists. There will be a slide presentation and discussion of key themes in the art produced as well as a display of the original creations. David Brooks has a PhD in Latin American History and is a dedicated comic book collector.
Angolan comic book artists are invited to display and sell their works at this special art evening.
In close cooperation with the Viking Club, this event is offered free of charge. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and snacks are sold at the bar, coupons must be purchased. The Viking Bar opens at 7:30 PM. If you would like to have a map showing the location of the Viking Club, click here. The Viking Club is on the main floor of the former Swedish Building at Rua Marien N”Guabi, No 118 in Maianga, across the street from the new Panela de Barra restaurant.