Saturday, March 18, 2017

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Exposição Figurative Expressions
 No dia 29 de Março (quarta-feira) Saphira & Ventura Gallery apresenta a exposição FIGURATIVE EXPRESSIONS, uma coletiva com trabalhos de fotografias e pinturas de artistas representados pela NEW YORK CONTEMPORARY ART SOCIETY e SOCIEDADE INTERNACIONAL DE ARTE & GASTRONOMIA SÃO PAULO em parceria com a galeria de ART & ART de Brasília.
Nesta exposição, quatro artistas com diferentes linguagens correlacionam um delineador comum dentre as expressões figurativas em seus trabalhos e contam com a parceria da ART & ART Gallery de Brasília e Saphira & Ventura Gallery New York /São Paulo. Através da pintura, Luiz Costa apresenta um belo diálogo entre a riqueza das cores e a geometria de suas figuras. Paulo Ribeiro transita em diferentes mundos e linguagens, apresentando pinturas e foto-pinturas, com imagens que, ao mesmo tempo, transmitem força em sua composição e uma delicada leveza em seu aspecto cromático. Sonnia Guerra apresenta nesta mostra fotografias que exprimem delicadeza sutil, em cada gesto/movimento de luz colorida registrada pela sensivel percepção da artista.

 A designer e artista Chris Barreto, brasileira, residente em NY, com sua postura irreverente, traz cores e harmonia em composições de intensidade e lança em São Paulo parte de sua coleção de Fashion e Home decor.

Figurative Expressions é uma mostra arrojada onde o individual torna-se coletivo. Cores e vibrações pulsam dentro de cada ser.

Curadoria: Ana Paula Garbelotto & Angerami

Produção: Michelle Pascall & Katia Campos

Quando: De 29 de Março a 17 de Abril de 2017

Local: Alameda Lorena, 1748 – Jardim Paulista Horário: de segunda à sexta das 10h às 19h e Sábado das 10h às 14h.

Coquetel de Abertura: 29 de Março, quarta-feira, das 19h às 22h.

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Image result for usa iconOrganizing for Action

The White House just requested $3 billion from Congress to implement a discriminatory immigration agenda. We need to make sure they don't get it.

What they've asked for is $3 billion in taxpayer money -- yours and mine -- so they can find and deport people with no criminal record, ripping families apart; deny people access to the country they call home; and withhold people's opportunity for a better life, just because of where they come from and how they pray.

None of this is OK. And while they've used executive actions that run counter to our country's core values of diversity, inclusion, and fairness, they can't do nearly as much damage without more money from Congress.

This is the first time Congress will consider whether or not to use our taxpayer dollars to fund the administration's destructive, divisive, and anti-immigrant agenda. If you agree that Congress should say no to this funding, add your name now.

Without the funding they've requested, this new administration cannot fully implement its agenda -- an agenda that includes building a massive border wall, new detention centers, and hiring thousands of additional agents for a deportation force.

This is our elected representatives' chance to say no to this administration's reckless actions targeting immigrant communities in America -- Congress should refuse to go along with these harmful policies and reject this request for funding.

And it's up to us to make sure they do. Speak up now.

Add your name


Jack Shapiro
Director of Policy and Campaigns
Organizing for Action

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PREMIO O.R.A. 2016 / 17
La giuria del Premio ORA è composta da 14 gallerie selezionate e professionali interessate a scoprire nuovi talenti da esporre nei propri spazi. Ognuna delle 14 gallerie in giuria, disseminate nelle principali città italiane, sceglierà l'artista per cui ha più interesse e gli offrirà una mostra personale nei propri spazi, preludio per una collaborazione lavorativa duratura (molti degli artisti che hanno vinto il premio ORA al momento lavorano stabilmente con le gallerie che li hanno premiati).  Le gallerie scelgono liberamente e in autonomia il proprio vincitore e hanno l'obbligo di selezionare artisti con la quale non abbiano mai avuto rapporti di collaborazione precedenti. Le mostre personali si svolgeranno tra il 2017 e 2018, in comune accordo tra artista e gallerista.
O.R.A. is an open call for artists. Artists of all nationalities can apply with no restrictions on age, thinking, technique or any other factor. Thejury comprises 14 professional galleries, art spaces and art centres interested in discovering new projects to be exhibited. Each of the 14 galleries in the selection panel, located in the most important Italy areas for contemporary art, will choose one artist to realise a solo show as a prelude of a long lasting collaboration.
The galleries choose freely and autonomously their winners and are just required to select artists with whom they had never had previous work relationships.
All the exhibitions will open 
within the 2017-2018 exhibition season.

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Mos Shoes-Russia

  •  14-17 Mar 2017 
  •  Crocus Expo International Exhibition Center, KrasnogorskRussia

Mos Shoes-Russia is the country's premier and most international exhibition for sourcing the full range of leather sector requirements - high grade hides and skins, leather making chemicals, machinery and technology, semi-processed and finished leathers, footwear manufacturing equipment, materials and components.
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logoYarn Expo

  •  15-17 Mar 2017 ( remind me )
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  •  National Convention & Exhibition Center, ShanghaiChina

Yarn Expo is a 3 day event being held from 15th March to 17th March 2017 at the National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai, China. This event showcases products like natural and blended yarns including cotton, wool, flax / regenerated flax, and man-made fibres and yarns, as well as specialty products including elastic, fancy and blended yarns etc. in the Textile, Fabrics & Yarns industry.Image result for separador png

Interzum Guangzhou

As Asia leading event in the woodworking machinery, furniture production and interior design industry, CIFM / interzum guangzhou was first introduced into the China market in 2004. The event originated from interzum by Koelnmesse GmbH, one of the largest trade fair companies in the world with 90 years of professional experience.CIFM / interzumguangzhou is a “one-stop” sourcing platform for the entire furniture production industry. If you wish to sell into the Asian market, in particular China, or expand your business in the region, then this is the right platform for you!CIFM / interzum guangzhou 2017 will once again be held in conjunction with the China International Furniture Fair (CIFF) from 28 - 31 March.
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IFE China(Guangzhou) International Food Exhibition

IFE China(Guangzhou) International Food Exhibition is a 3 day event being held from 16th June to 18th June 2017 at the China Import and Export Fair Pazhou Complex in Guangzhou, China. This event showcases products like massive presence of food and food products, beverages, beverage products, food ingredients, raw materials, food items, dairy products, meat products, poultry and eggs products, fish products and quite a lot more etc. in the Food & Beverage industry.

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The Sheen Center Presents:

Elegantly Brazilian with the Requinte Trio

Friday, April 21, 2017

The Sheen Center's new series, Jazz on Bleecker Street concludes the season with Elegantly Brazilian and the REQUINTE TRIO (and Band) which combinesJANIS SIEGEL, renowned vocalist, founding member of the brilliant vocal ensemble The Manhattan Transfer, NANNY ASSIS, the very talented Percussionist/Vocalist/Composer who is a native of Salvador, Bahia, and JOHN di MARTINO, one of the most in-demand Jazz Pianists on the scene.
They bring together the musicality born of their varied cultures and musical experiences creating a soulful blending of enormous talent.
It’s an elegant taste of Brazil!

Upcoming Performances

Tickets: $35

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This seminar aims to explore the cultural diversity of the Lusosphere. It provides a platform for educators, students, researchers, academics, and professionals to share their insights and practices as well as discuss current trends, concerns, and experiences in the areas of language, literature, culture, and education. The goal is to set up an environment where not only specialists can share the results of their research, but where undergraduate/graduate students have the chance to share their ideas about cultural practices, products, and perspectives in Portuguese. From a variety of perspectives, we intend to incorporate new avenues, new theoretical and methodological paradigms, and new advancements in the areas of language, literature, culture, and education. The seminar objects to provide an opportunity to communicate their informed views and suggestions to an audience seeking to gain new insights into the cultures of the Luso Sphere.
The Seminar will be held at the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States on March, 22, 2017. The conference theme involves a broad range of interests, including (but not limited to) the following areas:
  1. Language, Power, and Ideology
  2. Language Policy
  3. Language and Culture
  4. Literature and Other Arts
  5. Literature and History
  6. Intercultural Education
  7. Social, Cultural, and Political Contexts of Teacher Education

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Participation, Social Inclusion and Democracy in Brazil: Perspectives in a Divided Society

March 29 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Diogo de Santana, Visiting Scholar at Columbia Law School and former Deputy Minister of General-Secretariat of the Presidency of Brazil (2013/2014)


March 29
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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802 International Affairs Building
420W 118th Street 
New York, NY 10027 United States
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What lies behind: A legal and economic analysis of Brazil’s future

On March 31 st , the Brazilian Legal Society of the NYU School of Law will host the event What lies behind: A legal and economic analysis of Brazil’s future.Friday, March 31, 2017  |  8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Kimmel Center - C95
60 Washington Square South New York 10012  map

The event will be open to the public with the purpose of discussing Brazil’s legal and economic scenarios in light of the significant political changes that impacted the country in 2016.
Mr. Armínio Fraga, former president of the Brazilian Central Bank and one of the founding partners of Gávea Investimentos, will be the keynote speaker, addressing Brazilian current economic and regulatory challenges and discussing the reforms the country could undergo to regain economic growth.

ContactRachel Holcman

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