Sinchi has created a global network of members who either already operate in the indigenous space or are parties interested in supporting communities or projects. Representatives range from aboriginal corporations, photographers, music producers to funding partners. Our aim is to identify and match partners for collaboration and bridge the gap between the Indigenous and the Western world.
Interested in Community Projects, Creative Collaboration, Funding (requested), Galleries, Media content (provided), Speaking at Events
The Shipibo Conibo Center is an art project in the form of a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit cultural organization whose headquarters are based in a townhouse within the Hamilton Heights Historical District in Manhattan. Driven by experimental practice and poetic intent, the organization is set up to promote and perpetuate the creative life-ways and knowledge [...] Continue Reading
Interested in Creative Collaboration, Funding (requested), Galleries, Media content (provided), Volunteers
Greenoxx is a non-governmental organization dedicated to combat climate change, an integrant of the Ammando Foundation in Dublin, Ireland, formed by more than 1800 nonprofits worldwide, and a member of the GEF CSO Network dedicated to safeguard the global environment and promote sustainable development. In 2012, Greenoxx launched The Madre de Dios Amazon REDD project, [...] Continue Reading
Interested in Creative Collaboration, Funding (requested), Galleries, Media content (provided), Speaking at Events, Volunteers
Xapiri supports Amazonian indigenous culture by unifying ethical art, emotive photography and informative media. The vision is to increase awareness and inspire positive change. Through art, we can connect and learn from indigenous culture while supporting a sustainable fair-trade economy. The indigenous arts of the Amazon are varied, with each tribe having their own distinct [...] Continue Reading