We develop projects and collaborate with multidisciplinary teams to promote equitable education and scientific and artistic research, as well as nature conservation and sustainable urban planning.

Change the perception not the landscape

– Hamish Fulton.

News

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Aug

2017

Cultural Program for the 4th International Marine Protected Areas Congress

Fundación Mar Adentro actively participates in the 4th International Marine Protected Areas Congress, IMPAC 4, which will be held from the 4th until the 8th of September 2017 in La Serena-Coquimbo. Fundación Mar Adentro's program sets out to observe land and ocean as a common and interrelated space to explore new ways of interaction within coastal areas. A video art program, a scholarship program for researchers from all over the country to come and participate in the congress, as well as workshops that bring together art and science, are some of the activities of this cultural program.

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28

Aug

2017

Cubo Arte in IMPAC 4

A space for contemporary art installed on the beach and open to the La Serena community, is part of Fundación Mar Adentro's cultural program for the 4th International Marine Protected Areas Congress, IMPAC4, which takes place between the 4th and 8th of September, 2017 in La Serena-Coquimbo, Chile.

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25

Aug

2017

Researchers from Bosque Pehuén publish scientific paper

The team composed by Daniela Mellado, Carolina Leon, Gabriel Ortega, Javier Godoy, Ricardo Moreno and Iván Díaz, published their work on the vertical profile of bryophytes in coigüe trees, made in Bosque Pehuén, in the scientific journal New Zealand Journal of Botany.

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23

Aug

2017

5th Comic and Illustration Meeting in La Reina

Between Thursday, August 24th until Saturday, September 26th, this celebration of illustration is held, which includes exhibitions, talks, book launches and workshops. Fundación Mar Adentro will contribute with a workshop for children on Green Legacy Hiroshima, on Saturday at 12:00 pm.

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03

Aug

2017

Green Legacy Hiroshima – Chile: Seeds for Peace

Each year the seeds of some of the 170 trees that survived the nuclear bomb of 1945 are collected in Hiroshima. These seeds have been sent to almost thirty countries, and since 2012 they have germinated and grown in the Botanical Garden of the Universidad Austral de Chile, in Valdivia. From this initiative, we generated a digital platform with educational activities, www.legadoverde.cl.

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18

Jul

2017

Active Teachers Program in IMPAC 4

Fundación Mar Adentro, participant and sponsor of IMPAC 4–International Marine Protected Areas Congress–to be held in La Serena between the 4th until the 8th of September, made an upon call to apply to their IMPAC 4 Active teacher's program which seeks to invite professional, teachers, and postgraduate students of ocean studies to attend and participate in the Congress. Here is a list of those who were selected.

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14

Jul

2017

Short Documentary on Art and Nature Residency

Art and nature are the core aspects of our Residency Program in Bosque Pehuén, a conservation area dedicated to proposing a dialogue and new perspectives between research and creation.

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May

2017

New Mural in GAM Designed by Haitian Children and Chilean Illustrators

The project, directed by Fundación Mar Adentro in collaboration with the Ignatian University Center of Alberto Hurtado University, is permanently exhibited in one of the inner walls of GAM Cultural Center. There also is a giantography announcing the mural and background information in the Universidad Católica subway station.

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03

May

2017

A Dialogue Between Art and Science

Our guest artists who have participated in this year's version of our international art residency program in Bosque Pehuén will share their experiences. This roundtable discussion will be held in the National Museum of Natural History of Santiago, on May 3rd, at 7:00 p.m.

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03

Apr

2017

Art Residency in the South of Chile

Three contemporary artists participate in an innovative international residency in the south of Chile, in the region of the Araucanía: French artist Etienne de France, New Zealand Maori artist Charlotte Graham and Chilean artist Gianfranco Foschino.

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