Following the success of his Wavelength Project art science collaborations since 2015, Mark established a charity in 2017 called THE WAVELENGTH PROJECT to help further develop this area of work. The charity’s purpose is the advancement of the arts and science focusing on the health benefits of the natural environment to the public, through its art/science activities.
The charity’s Patron is Rt Hon Ben Bradshaw MP, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (2009 – 2010), and its Trustees are:
Mark Ware is the charity’s Founder and CEO, and Sara Ware is the charity’s COO.
‘THE WAVELENGTH PROJECT charity is developing new and innovative ways of studying the natural environment. Its exciting collaborations between art and science promise to benefit us all.’ – Rt Hon Ben Bradshaw MP
THE WAVELENGTH PROJECT has been entered onto the Register of Charities under the name, REFLECTING NATURE IN ART & SCIENCE, with the Registered Charity Number 1173281