The video shows highlights from the three free exhibitions located in the venue’s Embankment Galleries, showcasing Brazilian culture, art and design, and Rio 2016’s plans for the next Olympic Games.
Each evening the Fountain Court is hosting nightly music performances and DJ sessions by Brazilian artists.
The house is also celebrating new Brazilian cinema with screenings of the most recent works by Rio de Janeiro’s youngest generation of filmmakers showing at 4pm and 6.30pm each day.
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