‘Visit Brasil Gallery’ brings an immersive cultural experience to the U.S.

October 29, 2023
Visit Brasil Gallery in New York. Photo: Embratur

A project by the Brazilian Tourist Board showcases ‘Brasil with an s’ to the American audience

After touring various European countries, it’s time for the United States to step into the meticulously crafted world of the “Visit Brasil Gallery,” a project by the Brazilian Tourist Board, EMBRATUR. The American pop-up tour kicked off in New York, running from October 23 to 29, providing visitors with an incredibly immersive experience of Brazilian culture.

Next up is Los Angeles, where the gallery will be hosted from November 2 to 4 at 2270 Venice Boulevard. Here, visitors will have the opportunity to explore this gateway to discovering the authentic “Brasil with an S,” as it is spelled in Portuguese. The experience includes a Talk & Cooking Show by Chef Victor Vasconcellos, a discussion on Rio as a film-friendly destination with Daniel Celli, and a Brazilian Coffee Tasting and Food Film Festival Exhibition by BSCA (Brazil Specialty Coffee Association) and Matula Film Festival (Belotur), among other exciting attractions.

From November 9 to 11, Miami will be the next stop, hosted at Hodler Gallery (257, NW 24th). It’s Floridians’ turn to embark on an extraordinary journey through the rich tapestry of authentic Brazilian flavors, with the Brazilian Luxury Travel Association (BLTA) offering an immersive networking opportunity for travel companies to learn about the best luxury experiences in Brazil.

In all locations, visitors have the chance to roll up their sleeves and take part in interactive workshops that will transport them straight to the heart of Brazil. “Visit Brasil Gallery” is open to the public with limited capacity.

For more information, please visit the website at galeria.visitbrasil.com, and don’t miss the chance to download for free some beautiful posters created by Brazilian artists exclusively for the event.

Tatiana Cesso

As a journalist, I've made it my mission to explore and share stories that inspire, inform, and entertain. You may have stumbled upon my work in esteemed publications such as InStyle, Marie Claire, Bazaar, L’Officiel, and Vogue, among others. Having called the U.S. home since 2010, I've lived in Chicago, LA, and currently, Miami. But my heart always beats to the rhythm of Brazil. It's where I was born and raised, and my love for its culture, people, and energy knows no bounds. To share this passion, I've founded Brazilcore, a platform aimed at bridging the gap between Brazil and English speakers worldwide.

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