17 April 2019
The Path of Plants is a documentary series that demonstrates the complexity of the debates around the emblematic plants of indigenous peoples. Each story is embodied by a person or a group. At this moment, a first film about the Takiwasi Center entitled "A Journey to Healing” is being edited. We invite you to support the crowdfunding campaign!
16 April 2019
Discover Miguel Palomino, a Peruvian photographer who uses appropriation and manipulation to give photography a new meaning. His series Unicorn offers collages created with photographs of personal archives dating back to the beginning of the last century and fragments of the iconography "The Garden of Delights". By purchasing these art works, available on the platform BEKKAUSE, you also support the Takiwasi Center.
15 April 2019
A study of musical experiences of traditional Amazonian medicine. On May 3rd, Maya Sherwin will be presenting a poster and also giving a short presentation based on its field research at Takiwasi, at the one-day conference of the Music Therapy Charity, that is celebrating 50 years of music therapy research at the University of Roehampton, London.
01 April 2019
An article on the botanical reserve of the Takiwasi Center has been published in the Horticulture International Journal, Vol. 3, Issue 2, March 2019. Over its more than 25 years of existence, Takiwasi has developed a series of parallel activities focused on the conservation of the environment and the recovery and promotion of Amazonian medicinal flora and of the indigenous knowledge related to it.
04 March 2019
The role of traditional processing methods. A new article from the researchers of the Takiwasi Center published in the Journal of Medicinal Herbs and Ethnomedicine, Vol 5, 2019.