San Isidro Movement
'Patria y Vida': anti-government protests sweep Cuba, as artist-led movement gains ground
The 11 June protests, the largest seen on the island in 30 years, were sparked by years of economic hardship and a lack of government support for its people
Cuban artist Hamlet Lavastida, a vocal critic of the government's suppression of artistic freedom, arrested on return from artist residency in Germany
The 27N member's colleagues believe he may have been tried in absentia for subverting the Cuban government.
Cuban artists ask Museum of Fine Arts to remove their work from display while Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara remains in government custody
The San Isidro Movement founder was forcibly taken to a Havana hospital in early May eight days into a hunger strike protesting the government's clampdown on artist's rights
Cuban dissident artist Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara taken to hospital by security forces eight days into a hunger strike
Otero Alcántara’s hunger strike and calls for free speech and artistic freedom in Cuba has drawn international attention
Cuban artists and intellectuals commemorate the 50th anniversary of poet Herberto Padilla's confession
The public confession, which came after 36 days of imprisonment, marked a pivotal moment in Cuba's oppression of voices critical of the government.
Hunger strike against Cuba's human rights abuses left artist in ‘critical condition’
Activists and artists were trapped in Havana building following demonstrations against police action