Nov 4, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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Three artists collaborate to invite you to explore Brazilian identity in 3 different contexts: Yemanja - the New Year's ritual; Carnaval in Pernambuco; and Brazilian immigration. Flowers are thrown into an ever-changing, ever-moving ocean for Yemanja. In the Carnaval parade, people transform into different characters, from dancing marchers on the floats to the audience on the streets. Finally, the last few decades have witnessed a large outflow of Brazilians leaving their home country to different parts of the world.
This multimedia exhibition produced by Daniela Medina features work by Anderson Zaca, Eugene Neduv, and Jason Gardner, and will be hosted by the Brazilian Endowment for the Arts. Every entry ticket goes towards a drawing at the end of the evening, for a signed piece from each artist in the exhibition!
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Entrance is $5, and all proceeds go towards Brazilian Endowment for the Arts, a non-profit cultural center dedicated exclusively to the development and promotion of Brazilian arts, literature and traditions in the United States.