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November 6th, BIN@SP 2016 PRE-LAUNCHING 


 mocidade alegre brasao


19h30 - 00h00 | "Mocidade Alegre" Samba School Court visitation - NO SPACE LEFT


The visit will require pre-subscription (click here to do yours)  and payment.

There are 180 available places into the VIP area of the Samba school, with the cost of: 


Esteemed value 

40,00 BRL  

10,00 USD


There will be a bus to deliver delegates from USP to this court at 18h00 (06h00 pm)


The meeting point is at "Gate 1 USP".



Map: https://goo.gl/maps/Psz21ePnoJk

 Enrollment: http://goo.gl/forms/L1oNDlPhiLBH82Vk1








Osusp violino Fotos de Isabela Senatore e João Marcelo Chimentão


OSUSP - Symphonic Ochestra of University of São Paulo



 Gala Dinner - CDI Lounge 8h30 pm






giro usp


"Giro Cultural" (Cultural Bus Tour)


The tour is made by bus, that leaves and arrives at the Sports Center of the University of São Paulo. A crew organized by the university students will be present during the tour, interacting with the participants.

The brand-new tour is "Modernist São Paulo", which takes place at the center of the city.

Duration: 4 hours

Enrollment: http://goo.gl/forms/bDsQLhuHhqg7g1D22 







MASP Visit


The Museu de Arte de São Paulo is a private, nonprofit museum founded by Brazilian businessman Assis Chateaubriand, in 1947, as Brazil’s first modern museum. Chateaubriand invited Italian art dealer and critic Pietro Maria Bardi to serve as MASP’s director, a position he held for nearly forty-five years. Acquired through donations from the local society, MASP’s first artworks were selected by Bardi and became the most important collection of European art in the Southern Hemisphere. Today, MASP’s collection contains more than 8.000 works, including paintings, sculptures, objects, photographs, and costumes from a wide range of periods, encompassing art from Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Besides the permanent exhibition of its collection, MASP organizes a compre­hensive program of temporary exhibitions, courses, and talks, as well as musical, dance, and theater presentations.

Originally located on Rua 7 de Abril, in São Paulo’s downtown district, in 1968 the museum was transferred to its current building on Avenida Paulista; its striking architectural design by Lina Bo Bardi has made it a landmark of 20th-century architecture. Lina Bo Bardi used glass and concrete to create an architecture of rough surfaces without luxurious finishing but that conveys a sense of lightness, transparency, and suspension. The plaza underneath the building, known as “free span”, was designed to serve as a public square. The architect’s radicality can also be appreciated in the iconic crystal easels she designed for displaying the museum’s collection on the building’s second floor. 

In removing the artworks from the wall, the easels question the traditional model of the European museum. At MASP, the vast open space, coupled with a transparent, suspended exhibition design, allows for a closer rapport between the visitors and the collection, one in which visitors choose their own paths, tracing their own histories.



 Enrollment: http://goo.gl/forms/xFke1O6j3vUEg9jW2


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