OUR MOST OUTSTANDING PROJECTS
Some projects that may benefit from these economic contributions are: The care and access to drinking water, artistic education for children and young people, forgiveness strategies, reconciliation and peaceful conflict resolution, author research, among others.
We also offer a scholarship fund so that low-income families have the opportunity to boost their children's talents. These are just some examples of the projects that we promote, to which you can direct your collaboration on a personal, family, or company basis.
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"The victims of violence, those who did not have a second chance, demand more hours of forgiveness and less minutes of silence."
The "Otherness Expedition" proposes an itinerant artistic exhibition developed from a concept known as “immersive art” and subjective experience. This expedition revolves around the peaceful resolution of conflicts, the power of forgiveness, the promotion of nonviolence through a photographic exhibition, new technologies and a practical seminar.
WILD PHOTOS EXPEDITION
“AGUACERO. PORTRAITS OF THE PLANET
THAT THEY CALLED BLUE”
Climate change is real.
Many of us will not be here to witness its worst effects, the impact of which will take place in the 2030s, 2040s and 2050s, but our children will. The development model based on fossil fuels has already served its purpose in the history of humanity, now is the time to accelerate the transition to cleaner energy to transform everything. We are the first generation to be aware of it and
the last to have the opportunity to do so.
VIRTUAL MUSIC SCHOOL
For every child enrolled in the United States The Visible Memory Foundation grants a low-income child anywhere in the world.
Visible Memory Foundation has developed an innovative pedagogy of music courses. Our methodology allows students to progress effectively, enjoy the lessons, and advance at their own pace. We believe in virtuality but the relationship with a live teacher for all our classes is a priority. We offer complementary videos but our strength lies in the effort to build a direct parents-teacher-student relationship that supports a personalized training. In this way, a pedagogy of creative freedom is developed and with tangible results.