Brazil-Chile Cultural Center
The Brazil-Chile Cultural Center (CCBC) was founded in 1960, in the capital city of Santiago. Initially called "Brazilian Cultural Center", it was renamed "Brazilian Studies Center", in 1978, and by the end of 2000 it was again renamed receiving its current name.
The CCBC has three aims: the promotion of the Brazilian Portuguese language, the publicizing of the Brazilian culture and the strengthening of the cultural cooperation between the two countries.
For over forty years, the CCBC has been offering an intensive and diversified cultural agenda which includes art exhibitions, theatre performances, classical and popular music presentations, and conferences and seminars about themes related to Brazilian issues.
The CCBC has a library with over 10.000 books, concert room, reading room and an audiovisual sector. In the near future, the CCBC will move to another building on 225, Mac Iver St.
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