QuickLook @ CCBU | August 20, 2018

Art Days 2018
Sept 7-9
Join CCBU for 2 Brazilian Bossa Nova Events
on Independence Day | Friday, Sept 7

We at CCBU are excited to participate at Art Days 2018 presenting Brazilian Bossa Nova at the Lounge at the Lobby of the historic Olympia, on Friday, September 7 (Brazil's Independence Day).

Art Days, now in its seventh year, brings the community together with arts and culture institutions, galleries and artists in Downtown Miami. The Miami DDA along with the cultural spaces and artists in Downtown Miami come together to present three fun-filled days of unique cultural experiences that include special programs and free events from September 7-9, 2018.

Art Days has something for everyone including exhibitions, performances, children’s programming, walking tours, art parties and more.

Friday, September 7 | 12:00 - 12:30 p.m.

Centro Cultural Brasil-USA da Florida invites you to come and enjoy the classic sounds of Bossa Nova at a live pocket show with beloved Brazilian duo Rose Max & Ramatis Moraes during your lunch break at the Olympia Theater - Lobby Lounge. FREE Event.

Friday, September 7 | 6:00 - 7:00 p.m

Centro Cultural Brasil-USA da Florida invites you to come and enjoy the classic sounds of Bossa Nova at a live pocket show with beloved Brazilian duo Rose Max & Ramatis Moraes at Happy Hour at the Olympia Theater - Lobby Lounge.

Sabor Brazil
September 7-16
Downtown Miami

Discover the flavors of the cuisine from Brazil at authentic Brazilian restaurants in Downtown Miami. September 7 to 16.

"Sabor" means taste, in Portuguese. Brazilian cuisine reflects the country's mix of native and immigrant populations, and its continental size as well. The combination of European, Amerindian, Asian (mostly Japanese) influences resulted in an original, diverse and delicious cuisine.

Participant restaurants: BAR DA VILA, CAMILA’S, SAGRADO & STEAK BRASIL.

Special menus at promotional prices: Lunch: $17.99 | Dinner: $23.99

Join CCBU @ Arts Launch
Sunday, September 8

Join the Centro Cultural Brasil-USA da Florida at #ArtsLaunch2018

We are excited to represent CCBU at Miami’s biggest annual event celebrating and kicking off the Arts Season. #ArtsLaunch2018 is a FREE day of fun and discovery: family activities, mini performances, chef demonstrations, live bands, DJs and a community arts village of more than 100 arts and cultural organizations.

This is the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in arts and culture, discover Miami’s exciting cultural offerings, while exploring the Center’s performance space in unique ways.

Bring your friends and family!

Mark your calendars and be sure to RSVP below. Check the event page on the ArtsLaunch2018 Facebook to get updates on more activities for the day.


Almoço & Historias

Convidada: Maria do Carmo Fulfaro
Terça-feira, 18 de Setembro às12:00h
Brasserie Brickell Key8


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Doral Hearts Brazil 2018
Sept 7

Doral Hearts Brazil proudly brings together a collection of Brazilian artists residing in South Florida. Working in sculpture, painting, and photography, they remind us of the value of living in harmony with our precious natural resources. Christopher Barake (exhibit curator)

Opening Reception
Friday, September 7 | 7PM - 9PM

Exhibition on view through from
Sept 7 - Sept 14, 2018
(weekdays, S a m - 4pm)

Doral Government Center
8401 NW 53rd Terrace
Doral, FL 33166

2018 Selection of films
and tribute to

From September 14 to 23, Miami becomes the capital of Brazilian cinema bringing together directors, actors and producers to the largest Brazilian audiovisual event outside Brazil.

The largest and most traditional Brazilian film festival out of Brazil reaches its 22nd edition in September and the selection has just been announced by Inffinito.

The competitive screenings will present eight feature films depicting the diversity of the Brazilian cinematography. This year, the curator is Anna Marie de la Fuente, chief editor for Latin America of Variety magazine, Flavia Guerra, journalist and documentary filmmaker, and Carlos Gutierrez, director of NY-based Tropical Film distributor.

All the films competing for the Crystal Lens award are premieres in Florida, and two of them will be presented in Miami before released in Brazil: Jeferson De's comedy Running After, which cast and crew are composed mostly of African Brazilians, and drama Loveling by Gustavo Pizzi. Two out of the eight feature films in competition are directed by women: the dramas The Liquid Truth, by Carolina Jabor, and The Good Manners, by Juliana Rojas and Marco Dutra. Closing the selection the acclaimed Berenice, by Allan Fiterman, with an important LGBT figure in the cast; and The Patient, Sérgio Rezende's medical thriller that reveals details of the mysterious death of the elected president Tancredo Neves who never took office (premiering simultaneously in Brazil); and the comedies Uma Quase Dupla, by Marcus Baldini, and Before I Forget, by Tiago Arakilian.

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