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Art Immersion Program in the Amazon
By Labverde

International Deadline: February 18, 2019 – Labverde: Art Immersion Program in the Amazon was created to strengthen the limits of art through a broad array of experiences, knowledge sets and cultural perspectives involving art, science and nature. The program’s main goal is to promote artistic creation through a constructive debate about environmental issues generated by both theory and life experiences in the Amazon rainforest.

The program was developed in association with Manifesta Art and Culture and The National Institute for Amazonian Research. Designed by a multidisciplinary team of highly qualified specialists in art, philosophy, biology, ecology and natural science, LABVERDE aims to allow a deep understanding of the Amazon region.

Exploring the Amazon rainforest, discovering the richness of its biodiversity and understanding its importance for the planet’s ecological balance will foster an analytical and critical perspective of issues such as landscape interpretation, nature representation, and the role of art in engaging social-ecological behavior.

Brief Description of the Program
Ten days sharing knowledge and practices in an intensive schedule of seminars, workshops, presentations, forest guided tours and boat trips will enhance participants’ creativity, having nature as a common ground. The program’s main goal is to allow the comprehension of one of the main natural areas of the planet in order to stimulate poetic and aesthetic experience and debates, involving art, philosophy, biology, ecology and natural science.

Brief Description of the Organization
Manifesta Arte and Cultura is a cultural producer aiming for new ways to create and disseminate knowledge about the Amazon and the environment.

The National Institution of Amazonian Research (INPA) is a world reference in Tropical Biology, responsible for conducting researches, surveys and inventories of fauna and flora, and investigating the sustainable use of natural resources in the Amazon.

Adolpho Ducke Forest Reserve: ten thousands hectares of primary rainforest dedicated to scientific research with hosting infrastructure.

Floating Station: A regional Boat providing access to coastal communities and aquatic ecosystems.

Fees and Support
Cost of the program 2900 USD
Accommodation, meals and transfers are included.

We will select five artists to participate in the program free of cost.

Other Activities Happening at the Space
• Seminar
• Workshop
• Expeditions
* Phenomenological Oriented Research
• Lecture
• Boat trip

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