Conversations du Monde

Founded in Paris in 2004 by french photographer Nicolas Villaume, the association CONVERSATIONS DU MONDE (CDM) primary focuses on promoting oral tradition and cultural awareness using the emotional power of combined arts (photography, videos, digital voice recordings and internet…) to create quality multimedia exhibitions from grass roots communities to leading international museums and education organisations. CDM has been working in numerous world-class projects including: 

- Voices from the Andes, translated in 3 languages, presented at the UNESCO Paris Headquarters in France, and touring in key museums in more than five countries worldwide; 

- Conversations with the Earth, translated in 7 languages and presented internationally in prestigious sites, including the United Nations Headquarters in New York City (2012), the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian (2011) in Washington DC.

National Sanctuary of Ampay

Virtual reality for education: an immersive trip into the Andean Tropical Mountain Forests

The Andean Forests virtual reality platform provides a tour of 14 forest landscapes in four South American countries. It aims to be used in an educational context.

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Facing Changes in African Forests

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