What is Sesiones Ch.ACO?

An inspiring program in which we will travel the country along with different scientists and artists, sharing knowledge and understanding their research.

It is carried out along with different institutions of higher education across the country and broadcasted by Canal 13C. It is about a program that humanizes the knowledge and brings it closer to a wide audience.


The first three chapters are hosted by Emilia Noguera and Simón Pesutic, in collaboration with the Austral University and University of las Américas and broadcasted from the National Library of Chile in connection with professionals who are located in the Los Ríos Region and the Metropolitan Region.


The program is supported by the Ministerio de las Culturas, las Artes y el Patrimonio, el Ministerio de Ciencia, Tecnología, Conocimiento e Innovación, and 3xi.

Join this project

We would love to keep growing and expand the spectrum of this new program. If you belong to any institution, company, or just want to learn more, we invite you to write to us at mariapaz.segura@chaco.cl


"Water in transformation"

It is made along with Austral University of Chile and hosted by Emilia Noguera. Water is the most precious asset in the context of climate change and the Southern territory that is constantly negotiating with it. The sensitive look of its transformation and implications gather different disciplines. Transient marshes, rivers of variable borders, lost and dissolved islands are the center of the work of artists and researchers.

"The art of storytelling"

It is made along with Austral University of las Américas and hosted by Emilia Noguera. Telling stories is something inherent to humans. This chapter talks about the creation process of the Oscar-winning Chilean short film Historia de un Oso, made by Punkrobot in collaboration with University of las Américas. Yet, telling stories is part of every creation process, from science to art.

"Inhabiting the landscape"

It is made along with Austral University of Chile and hosted by Simón Pesutic. To inhabit a landscape that is full of life is a balancing exercise. Trees that nourish the soil and that can communicate between them, which produce wood that build structures of different shapes. Fauna that climbs surfaces, which houses an ecosystem, seeds and materials gathered in a synchronous multi-layered landscape.