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Netherlands
10 Oct

For some years Brazilians are not only present as visitors of Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), but also as protagonists in the events schedule, be it in panels, discussions and parties. In 2014 this...

Netherlands
1 Oct

On 25 September 2014 the Dutch King's Commissioner in the Province of Limburg, Theo Bovens, presented the 2014 Bonnefanten Award for Contemporary Art (BACA) to the Brazilian artist Laura Lima. The...

Brazil
30 Sep

The Rio Music Conference is looking for a Dutch student for an internship as Assistant to the Production & Communications Department in charge of communications and production. Since...

Brazil
22 Sep

At the 2014 Bienal de São Paulo the Dutch artists duo Bik Van Der Pol participates with the programme Turning a Blind Eye:

"We may all be blind to what is in front of us; we might...

Brazil
1 Sep

DutchCulture organizes a working visit to Brazil for ten Dutch professionals from the arts education and creative industries from 8-12 September 2014. The working visit takes place under the...

Netherlands
15 Jul

Renowned Dutch trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort dedicated her annual trend book 2014 to Brazil: Bloom Brazil - Luscious. 

"Brazil is an inescapable destination, a destiny....

Brazil
14 Jul

Since the start of the World Cup in Brazil, four Magnum photographers - Alex Majoli, David Alan Harvey, Jonas Bendiksen and Susan Meiselas, four new names in Brazilian photography - Barbara Wagner...

Brazil
8 Jul

Across Brazil, graffiti and street art is a popular, time-honored and unavoidable form of expression. The controversial and costly World Cup tournament has given street artists ample inspiration....

Brazil
13 Jun

IPHAN, Brazil's National Institute of Historic and Artistic Heritage, launched the online publication Cultural Heritage in the Country of the World Cup. The publication highlights...

Brazil
1 Jun

The dynamic Brazilian artist duo known as Os Gêmeos, identical twins Otavio and Gustavo Pandolfo, have covered the Brazilian national soccer team’s plane for the World Cup in their wildly colorful...

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