Founded in 2004, the Brazilian Endowment for the Arts –BEA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit institution located in Manhattan dedicated to advancing Brazilian arts and culture in the United States.
Artwork by Adriana Volpi, exhibited at BEA2
Book event at BEA
GrupoBR at BEA
Literature, Visual Arts, Music, and a series of events to celebrate and to promote the Brazilian arts in New York. >> read more
The Brazilian Endowment for the Arts published along with Companhia Editora de Pernambuco – CEPE, two important books on Brazilian history and culture: Joaquim Nabuco e o Novo Brasil, and O Novo Brasil no Cenário Mundial. Books available in Portuguese only. >> read more
BEA Members have access to the complete list of books available at The Brazilian Library and can make a reservation by phone.
The intention of this contest is to stimulate young writers who are sons of Brazilian immigrants or were born in Brazil and moved to the US as children and are currently living in New York area.
The first place will get a laptop.
The Brazilian Library is now the main reference for Brazilian communities and is also a center of reference for studies and research on the arts, history and culture of Brazil.
The collection currently has more than 6,000 titles available for borrowing.