The Africana Studies Program and the African Students Union (University of Miami), the Community Builders Holistic Development Corporation (creator of Osun Village)
and the African Caribbean Cultural Arts Corridor
proudly host a screening of the documentary film:
The Lady from Osogbo
At the College of Arts & Sciences, Wesley Gallery
1210 Stanford Drive, University of Miami,
Coral Gables, Fl 33146
on April 6 at 6:30 p.m.
The Lady of Osogbo highlights the legendary Susanne Wenger and the Goddess of the rivers and sweet waters Oshun, who is celebrated by Miami's multicultural communities, and is the inspiration for the Oshun's Village concept, here in Miami.
The film chronicles the efforts of the Austrian Artist, Activist and High Priestess Susanne Wenger, who spent 50 + years in Osogbo, Nigeria, fighting the Government and Developers to preserve an Ancient Sacred Grove with extinct herbs and plants.
Panel discussion and questions after the film including panelists Chief Nathaniel B. Styles, Jr., Olosun-Godson of Adunni Olorisa (Susanne Wenger) and co-founder of the African Caribbean Cultural Arts Corridor & Osun Village, Miami, and Artists and Priestesses Princess Doyin Faniyi Olosun and Princess Ladunni Keshinro, visiting from Nigeria
Live traditional Yoruba drumming will be provided by Prince Emmanuel Abiodun Aderele.