Artists are creative problem solvers and can disseminate complex topics in an approachable way to a broad audience.
Bringing international and local artists together in an immersive Art & Science program in the Peruvian Amazon provides participants an opportunity to form a deep understanding of the challenges Indigenous communities and conservation practices face in the Amazon rainforest.
These programmes include workshops by local specialists on ecology, introduction to animal monitoring, botany and entomology enabling artists to collaborate with experts in their field.
This residency offers artists the opportunity to connect with the unique ecosystems and cultural significance of the Okavango Delta and Makgadikgadi Pan area in Botswana. By working in these ecosystems, artists draw inspiration from the diverse flora and fauna, as well as from the local communities and their relationship with the environment.
This program provides a unique opportunity for artists to learn about and collaborate with the local Maasai community in the Nashulai Maasai Conservancy. By hearing from the Maasai community about their traditional ways of living in coexistence with wildlife, artists gain valuable insights and understanding that can inform their artwork and promote environmental conservation.
This program in based on an Isalnd in Zambia along the Zambezi river giving artists an opportunity to be immersed in a unique cultural and natural environment, while also contributing to the local community.
The residency focuses on traditional practices and community engagement offering artists a valuable perspective and inspiration for their artistic practice, while also promoting cultural exchange and understanding.