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Sunday, September 25, 2016
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Brazil Week 2016
Brazil Week is a week that celebrates the Brazilian Independence and promotes the Brazilian culture, tourism, and business in the USA through a series of activities.
" Brazil Week in Newark", will shed light on the ethnicity, four states in Brazil which upholds the African traditions.
The Exhibition will display the ethnic and cultural wealth of the states of Bahia, Minas Gerais, Pernambuco and Rio de Janeiro also explore the tourist and economic potential of these states.
There will be a fine arts display of the Brazilian Artists Rene Nascimento, Antonio Oliveira Filho, Veronica Martins and Jani Sault.
The event will also feature displays of the typical clothes of ethnic folklore of these states through artistic and cultural exhibitions, musical performances, dance, lectures and workshops.
In addition, "Brazil Week in Newark" will feature handicrafts and cultural manifestations of their cities.
Promotional CDs of Brazilian famous Artists, flyers, pamphlets of educational nature, brochures on travel will be available at no cost to the public.
A rich gallery of Brazilian traditional costumes will also be on display.
This exposition is educational and for all ages
August 30th to September 30th, 2016 / 9am to 4pm
"Brazil in Newark" was made possible through an invitation from the Mayor's office at the City Hall of New Jersey and the Brazusa Cultural Center
For more information, please contact Silvana Magda
Tel: (917) 528-8151
Silvana Magda / Brazil Week
PO BOX 129
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