PANTA Talks

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We started PANTA magazine to share the stories of the artists and activists that inspire us. Each artist we have worked with from issue 1 to issue 13 has had unique messages to give. Getting to know these artists over the years has been incredibly enriching and we want to continue to celebrate artivism through the pages of PANTA.

Yet by speaking to these artists and really getting to know them we realised that they had so much more to say than we could fit into print. We found that there was a lot of platforms out there that offered the opportunity to hire motivational keynote speakers, but none that represented speakers as unique or creative as our artists. We set up PANTA Talks as we want to continue to share what we are passionate about: creative culture and artivism. We represent a group of artists that will impress and inspire people of all ages, whether they are an after-dinner speaker, a guest speaker for high schools and colleges or a feminist or LGBTQ rights speaker. If you are looking to hire a public speaker for a corporate event, a charity event or for your students, we hope that we can help you to find the right person to ‘wow’ your audience.

 
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Opashona ghosh

Opashona Ghosh uses graphic illustrations to investigate the complex emotional landscape of queer femininity.

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MR fish

Dwayne Booth has been a freelance writer and cartoonist for twenty-five years, publishing under both his real name and the pen name of Mr. Fish with many of the nation's most reputable and prestigious magazines, journals and newspapers.

 
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Toofly

NYC, Ecuadorian artist Toofly is recognized for her hard and fluid style and signature “Love Warrior” character. One of the few women in the art world to step into a male dominated graffiti scene in the early 90's and help pave the way for other female artists.

 
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Vermibus

Vermibus is a Spanish contemporary artist who uses the public space as a channel to criticize, in an innovative way, the aesthetic value of the consumer society and its cruel dehumanization which takes away a person’s identity to replace it by the one of the brand.

 
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Avram Finklestein

Avram Finkelstein is an artist, activist and writer living in Brooklyn and a founding member of the Silence=Death and Gran Fury collectives.

 
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Ganzeer

Called a “chameleon” in the New York Times, Ganzeer is a multidisciplinary artist who works seamlessly between art, design, and storytelling.

 
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Alun Be

Alun be is a photographer whose captivating images distinguish themselves through profound expression in high contrast.

 
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Dies Irae

The group Dies Irae (Day of Wrath) criticises the commercialisation of public spaces through outdoor advertisements.

 
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Infidelix


Infidelix is a street performer with an amazing story of struggle and success.