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Inhotim featured at the Brazilian Embassy in Washington
On May 6, residents and tourists in Washington D.C. (US) will have the opportunity to know a little more about Inhotim. The Institute will participate in the 10th edition of Passport DC, invited by the Brazilian Embassy in Washington and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).
Passaport DC will take place throughout May, with various activities encouraging residents and visitors to explore the city and the diverse cultural landscape that makes up the American capital. The event, which features street festivals, performances, exhibitions and workshops, opens the embassies’ doors for the public to visit the historical buildings where they are located. In total, 70 embassies will take part of the event, as well as more than forty DC-based cultural institutions.
On May 6, the Around the World Embassy Tour will take place. From 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., more than six thousand visitors are expected. They will have the opportunity to visit the Brazilian Ambassador’s Official Residence in Washington and learn more about Inhotim, a cultural destination of international renown.
The expansion of the Institute’s international presence is one of the outcomes of the “Inhotim: Global Change” project, carried out in partnership with the IDB since 2015, and aimed at encouraging actions related to climate change, in addition to the institutional strengthening of Inhotim.
Exhibition at IDB headquarters in July
During Passport DC, Inhotim will announce its upcoming initiative: the exhibit “Inhotim: At the Crossroads of Glocal Change”, which will open on July 18. For two months, the exhibition will occupy the gallery located at the IDB headquarters in Washington and present works of art from the Inhotim collection, as well as visual and sound experiences that refer to the gardens and landscapes of the Institute, providing the international public with a rare snatch of its attractions and collection highlights.