Bunge y Born Foundation
The Bunge y Born Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in 1963, based in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
It focuses on the development of novel, scalable and evidence-based solutions to contribute to the well-being of people and society.
In addition to developing its own projects, it promotes scientific and technological research and the formation of human capital through awards, subsidies and scholarships.
Its initiatives are financed through internal resources, supplemented by donations from private benefactors, as well as through joint investment agreements with other national and international institutions and organizations.
The foundation works in partnership with civil society organizations, academic and scientific institutions, and local and foreign policy-makers.
It is an Argentine non-profit organization created in 1943 and focused on people and organizations professionally engaged in science and culture.
Understanding science as the creation and exchange of knowledge that takes place in the country's institutionalized scientific system, it prioritizes basic, natural, and life sciences.
In the cultural area, it works with visual and performing arts, literature, libraries, archives, and museums.
Believing that excellence in professional training and the reinforcement of scientific and cultural organizations are crucial for development and for enhancing the quality of life in our society, the foundation operates through its own programs. It also provides scholarships and subsidies to third parties.
Its activities are financed both internally and through joint investment agreements with other institutions.
It works in partnership with civil society organizations, academic institutions, public agencies, and other foundations in the country and abroad.
Andreani Foundation’s Participation
In its building located in the neighborhood of La Boca, Andreani Foundation exhibits, programs and promotes the production of contemporary works intricately connected to technology and science.
In addition to the exhibitions, it has a program for different audiences that includes guided tours, workshops, performances, live music cycles, publications, podcasts, and an area dedicated to contemporary thought, with special emphasis on the philosophy of technology.
The Cultural Center of Spain in Buenos Aires (CCEBA) is one of the main agents of Spanish Cooperation dedicated to spearheading cultural cooperation policies for development and implementation of the 2030 Agenda Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It is part of the Cultural Cooperation Center Network of the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID).
Since 1988, the CCEBA has been a space for meetings, training, exchange and promotion, bringing together outstanding creators and cultural professionals from Latin America.
One of its programs, MediaLab CCEBA, has consistently functioned, since 2004, as a dynamic space dedicated to the creation, reflection, and training at the crossroads of art, science, and technology, through activities such as workshops, seminars and production laboratories, among others. It seeks to delve into the realms that emerge from the fusion of these two fields within our contemporary culture.