Open Call



No Funding
Manaus, Brazil


The program foster relationship between Art, Science and Nature. Participants from all fields and all backgrounds are welcome. Grants available for participants that have been investigating the intersection between art, science and nature.

Number of Participants

18 participants


Selection Results (Announcement Dates)


August 01, 2019 - August 10, 2019


  • $2,900.00 program fee


Conference Rooms, Co-Working, Installation Space, Library, Shared Studio


Apartment, Cabin, Kitchen, Nomadic, Shared Bathroom, Shared Room, Tent


Breakfast, Chef on Site, Coffee, Dinner, Lunch, Snacks, Tea, Vegan, Vegetarian

Public Programs

Courses, Critique, Discussion, Grant, Mentors, Online Exhibition, Publication, Readings, Retreat, Visiting Professionals, Work Exchange, Workshops


Activists, Biotech, Cartoonist, Ceramics, Chefs, Choreography, Cinematography, Collective, Composers, Conceptual Art, Crafts & Trades, Dance, Design, Documentary, Drawing, Fiber Arts, Glass, Illustration, Immersive Experiences, Installation, Interdiscplinary Arts, Intervention, Jewelry, Land Art, Multimedia, Music, Music Composition, Painting, Performance Art, Photography, Poetry, Research, Scientists, Screenwriting, Sculpture, Sound Art, Textile, Thinkers, Video Art, Visual Arts, Wearable Technology



Program Description

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. 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. 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.

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