terça-feira, 3 de julho de 2018



LAUNCH WITH DANIELA DO LAGO

Daniela do Lago’s
“Feedback:
receita eficaz em 10
passos”
Successfully Developing Your
Career: Insights from a
Leading Expert
Venue:
Brazilian-American Chamber of
Commerce, Inc.
485 Madison Avenue, Suite 408
(Between 51st & 52nd Streets)
New York, NY 10022
8:00 – 8:30 AM Registration, Lunch &
Networking
8:30 – 10:00 AM Presentation and
discussion.


YOUNG PROFESSIONALS COMMITTEE

June 28, 2018 Time: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM 
Location: ABXY Art Gallery, New York, New York 
The Chamber’s Young Professionals Committee is formed by young professionals from various industries who are currently engaged or have a keen interest on Brazil-US business relations. The Committee will be organizing its own annual events in support of the Chamber’s primary mission of fostering business and investments between Brazil and the US.


JULY 2018 NEWSLETTER - ARTS & CULTURE
MUSIC + FILM + FAIR
Brasil SummerFest: 15 Bands from Brazil + Film + Street Fair 
July 29 - August 12
15 Venues in NYC



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CINEMA    
"Good Manners", by Juliana Rojas and Marco Dutra  
Opens July 27 - Theatrical Release
IFC Center
VISUAL ARTS      
"Pacha, Llaqta, Wasicay: Indigenous Space, Modern Architecture, New Art", with works by Clarissa Tossin  
July 13 - September 30
Whitney Museum of American Art
MUSIC       
Roni Ben-Hur Quartet with Special Guest Joyce Moreno   
July 13 - 15 @ 7:30 and 9:30 PM
Dizzy's Club Coca Cola
Also this month
CINEMA 
Guitar Masters - Documentary "Badi", by Edu Felistoque 
July 6 @ 4:00 PM  
Guild Hall (East Hampton) - Co-presented with Cinema tropical
MUSIC  
Luiz Simas - PIano and Vocals  
July 7 @ 8:00 PM
1867 Sanctuary at Ewing  (New Jersey) 

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VISUAL ARTS 
Solo Exhibition "Diurna" with works by Laura Vinci 
July 12 - August 10
Opening: July 11 @ 6:00 -8:00 PM

Galeria Nara Roesler
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MUSIC 
New Brazilian Perspectives: Flavio Silva & Break Free 
July 15 @ 8:00 and 9:30 PM
Cornelia Street Café 


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VISUAL ARTS  
Reading Session Inspired by Maria Thereza Aves' work,  "Ballast Flora Garden" 
July 25 @ 12:30 - 2:00 PM
High Line  (at Gansevoort St) 

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LITERATURE  - JUST RELEASED 
"The Collected Stories of Machado de Assis"-   Published by Liveright 
June 2018
LITERATURE  - BOOK RELEASE  
"I Didn't Talk", by Beatriz Bracher - New Directions Publishing 
Available July 31 
MUSIC   
Guitar Masters - Davi Broza, Badi Assad and Brandon Ross 
July 7 @ 8:00  PM  
Guild Hall (East Hampton) - Co presented with Cinema Tropical 
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MUSIC  
Bebel Gilberto
July 7 @ 8:00 PM
City Winery New York City

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MUSIC       
Aline Muniz  
July 14 @ 9:00 PM
Club Bonafide     



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DANCE   
Dance on Camera Festival - Short Film "20 Years of Sun"   
July 24  @ 3:00 PM
Film Society of Lincoln Center  -
Walter Reade Theater

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MUSIC    
Adriano Santos Quartet  
July 29  @  4:00 PM
Jazz Forum (Tarrytown)



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CINEMA 
LGBT Series- Five Contemporary Brazilian Films
July 28 - 29  @ various times
Museum of the Moving Image (MoMI) - Co-presented with Cinema Tropical 

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CINEMA /LITERATURE
Film Screenning/ Book Release/ Literary Talk  
Brazilian Endowment for the Arts (BEA) - Click Below for July Calendar 

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Ongoing Events
VISUAL ATS     
Exhibition "Of the Self and of the Other",  with works by Ione Saldanha 
June 28 - August 3
Galery Lelong 


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CINEMA    
"Gabriel and the Mountain", by Fellipe Barbosa 
Opened June 15 - Theatrical Release
Quad Cinema 


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CINEMA  
"Araby", by Affonso Uchoa and João Dumans 
Opened June 22  - Theatrical Release
Film Society of Lincoln Center 




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EXHIBITIION  
"The Magic of Handwriting: The Pedro Corrêa do Lago Collection" 
June 1 - Sep 16
The Morgan Library   

VISUAL ARTS
"Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985",  featuring 23 Brazilian artists 
April  13 - July 22  
Brooklyn Museum    


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VISUAL ARTS
Sofia Borges at "Being: New Photography 2018"
March 18 - August 19
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)



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Upcoming Events
CINEMA   
Musical Documentary "Chico: Artista Brasileiro",  by MIguel Faria Jr. 
August 1 @ 7:00 PM
Symphony Space 

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VISUAl ARTS    
"Os Gêmeos" - Artists in Residence 
September 2 - April 8, 2019
Mattress Factory (Pittsburgh)

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JULY 2018
THE BELL HOUSE SUMMER SERIES: SEQUENCE MUSIC FESTIVAL
City Farm Presents is bringing the Sequence Music Festival to Courtyard 1/2 at Industry City on Saturday, July 21 and Sunday, July 22. The 2-day outdoor party bridges electronic and indie genres, featuring headlining sets from Neon Indian and Com Truise.​

Buy Tickets
FIFA WORLD CUP VIEWINGS
Giant screens, delicious food, and drink specials! What more do you need in a FIFA World Cup viewing party? Well, The Frying Pan at IC has you covered and is streaming The World Cup live every day through July 15th.
RH Outlet: Independence Day Sale 
7/1 Sun - 7/8 Sun

To celebrate July 4th, RH Outlet is offering an exclusive discount to IC visitors. Save $25 on every $100 worth of purchases!
Super Soccer Stars
7/1 Sun, 10AM - 4PM
7/7 Sat, 10AM - 4PM
7/15 Sat, 10AM - 12PM
7/15 Sun, 11AM - 1PM


Celebrate the World Cup at Industry City! Children ages 3-12 can join Super Soccer Stars for skills, drills, and games while everyone watches the biggest matches – all for free. 
Trivia Night
7/5 Thu, 6PM-7:30PM
Doors open at 6PM and questions will start at 6:30PM. Bring your friends + enjoy a night with prizes, food + drinks specials, and good vibes.
Great Gotham Challenge
7/15 Sat, 2PM-6PM


Join IC for The Great Gotham Challenge, a large scale competitive puzzle adventure and immersive game played on the streets. As the clock ticks, teams will race across Industry City to find and decode interactive clues that intertwine with the city's rich culture and history. Registered teams will enjoy a free celebratory drink at the end of the hunt.

Spots are limited - click here to reserve yours!
Terry Knickerbocker Studios Summer
Movement Performances

7/14 Sat, 6:30PM-7:30PM
7/22 Sun, 5PM-6PM
7/27 Fri, 4PM-5PM 


Terry Knickerbocker Studio brings back site-specific performance installations to Industry City for the second summer in a row. Directed by Nathan Flower and produced by TKS, each evening will feature largely improvised performances based on the shared experience and artistry of the group. 
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Brooklyn Outlet
Blow-Out Sale On Now!

Take an extra 20% off tables & storage, chairs, and rugs, and an extra 10% off sofas and sectionals, plus additional savings (up to 80% off suggested retail) throughout the store. Shop early for the best selection of their ever-changing assortment.
TeamLab, an innovative Japanese digital arts group known for its immersive LED installations, is taking a 55,000-square-foot exhibition space at Industry City.
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Mornings at Industry City are a dream ☁️ Each of the 7000+ creatives who come to work at IC daily has their own morning routine. Share yours with us #industrycity
Come be a part of Brooklyn's most creative community. Click to learn more about available spaces at Industry City. 
Interested in working at a business located inside Industry City? The Innovation Lab is placing local residents in great companies at Industry City.
For more information email innovationlab@industrycity.com or call (718) 801-8970
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Organizing for Action


I've spent enough time in Washington to understand the temptation of cynicism.

Just like you, I've had moments of frustration -- when our political divisions feel incurable, or the barriers to progress unbreakable.

But despite those moments, I believe now more than ever: Cynicism is a choice. And hope is a better choice.

The story of America's uneven, but undeniable, march forward -- our shared story -- demands a stubborn optimism.

You might remember, there were a whole lot of cynics out there when I first ran for president. They told us again and again that our hope was naive.

But you never listened.

When cynics said the change we sought was too ambitious, you didn't listen. When they said overhauling the health care system would be too difficult, you didn't listen.

Time after time, I've placed my faith in the power of ordinary people like you to bring about extraordinary change. And time after time, that faith has been rewarded.

As we approach these critical midterm elections, I'm asking you to once again choose hope -- to channel that awesome power we have, as citizens, to bring about the change we seek.

If you're frustrated with a political system that feels broken or leaders who don't represent your values, remember that cynicism is the guardian of the status quo -- organizing is the antidote.

We won't forge progress by yelling at our TV screens, but by talking with our neighbors. We can't just knock politicians and cast aspersions -- we've got to knock on doors and cast ballots.

The direction of our country will be decided in November, but we have to do the work now. I'm asking you directly, Sula.

Sign up today and Organize For '18 with OFA:

I'm in


Barack Obama
44th President of the United States


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