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ART, SCIENCE AND EDUCATION PLATFORM 2017 / 2018

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LOVING AND HEALING ENERGY

 

ORGANIZER:

POWERPROGRESSIVEART   

 

CO-PARTNERS:

SABAH WETLANDS CONSERVATION SOCIETY

NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM METKOVIC

KITEBOARDING KOMIN

IZIDOR KRSNJAVI GALLERY, ZAGREB

 

DONATOR:

PGM RAGUSA

 

DONATORS:

ZABAC, JAKIC MOTORI D. O. O, DUBAC D. O. O., PEMO D. O. O., BAUSTOFF+METAL, TISKARA PLECAS, RESTAURANT DARDIN, BURA I SOL, VINARIJA RIZMAN, CAFFE BAR LA LINEA, RESTAURANT ADRIA,  RESTORAN VRILO, ADELANTE D. O. O., AMADEUS II, T-REKLAM, 

LOHMANN & RAUSCHER

Thanks to: MOTOR-CAMP PRAPRATNO, THE LEDINIC FAMILY, DJ TORNADO

 

 

 

POWERPROGRESSIVEART with Sabah Wetlands Conservation Society has realized an International Interdisciplinary Meeting. This meeting was an incentive for connecting and mutual presentation of the peoples and initiatives involved - organizations, associations, platforms, projects, etc. This meeting presented the in site case studies. The participants of this meeting were from different associations, organizations, and groups and their work has a common starting point - raising awareness of natural, also the cultural heritage of the world. The old civilizations had developed, for the most part, in the valleys and the deltas of great rivers. The deltas supplied people with water and food, had enabled transportation, communication, and trade. Such development wasn't exclusive for big deltas only. Suitable areas such as these enabled the established civilizations to spread and fix their power in certain territories. Throughout the centuries this development was at the expense of the natural resources on which it was based. Due to the drainage of wetlands to obtain agricultural land, regulation of river flows, pollution of communal and industrial wastewaters, over-exploitation of their resources are only some of the human activities that have caused the disappearance and the degradation of wetland habitats. Thus, it is pertinent to raise awareness of the importance of natural and cultural heritage preservation, first in the local community, and the broader civil community as well. It is significant for mankind to cherish the nature that they come from.

The exhibiting concept called NATURA ET CULTURA uses the optics of the recent anthropological approaches to nature (R. F. Ellen and K. Fukui) considering the confrontation of nature and the culture, which the structuralism and the anthropologists and the scientists started reviewing during the sixties (20th ct.). According to this anthropological approach culture uses nature, it assimilates nature and, in conclusion - nature is a scientific device and the ideological construct. (...)

Banner picture from slide deck gallery / HOME: View on Indian Ocean, Manukan island, Sabah, Malaysia

photo: Ana Gizdic

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The eldest mangrove @ SWCS, Kota  Kinabalu  Ramsar site, photo: Ana Gizdic

Powerweb stream @ D416, photo: Ana Gizdic (thanks to Felix, Ivan, Louis and Marija!)

Discussion, Mr Mohd Nurazmeel bin Mokhtar, moderator and the UMS students contributing to Healthy living - long-term commitment @ SWCS, photo: Recheal Jane Ronnie

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PROJECTS TO STAY

 

September 2017 - May  2018      

 

School Coastal Garden - education project in cooperation with Primorje primary school, Ms. Ana Filipovic Utovac, Ms. Katica Matin, Ms. Ivanka Artukovic the Principal Mr. Zlatko Volarevic and Ms. Marija Srsen, the coordinator with students (5th and 6th grade).

Education projects in cooperation with schools will be published very soon.  

Students of Primorje school @ Arboretum Trsteno, field trip, photo: Marija Srsen

Gizdić, Ana. Powerweb - Loving and Healing Energy - intro. POWERWEB. POWERPROGRESSIVEART. 2017 and 2018.

URL: https://powerprogressiveart.wixsite.com/powerprogressiveart/powerwebdelta  (document access date)

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