Plagio Workshops

Santiago en 100 palabras


We are a Chilean cultural, nonprofit organization focused on the creation and overall management of participatory projects regarding literature and the arts. Our focus is mass participation initiatives, in addition to generating new outlets for creative learning and publishing initiatives.

Our goal is to bring culture to as many people as possible. We believe in a diverse and heterogeneous society, in which outlets that allow for creative expression of its citizens are essential in order to democratize culture and make diversity visible.

We started as a magazine for youth literature and art in 2000. The following year we created the short story competition “Santiago en 100 Palabras” (Santiago in 100 Words) to expand our field into project management. Today we are a multidisciplinary team involving cultural managers, sociologists, designers, filmmakers, web developers and journalists, among others.

Our projects cover literary, artistic, audiovisual, educational and community areas, and are carried out in partnership with public and private entities. In 2014 we started our internationalization, exporting some of our initiatives to Mexico and Hungary.


    • conceptualization
    • production
    • design
    • websites
    • audiovisual production
    • communications

    Comprehensive management of cultural projects

    • cultural initiatives
    • mass participation projects

    Advice on cultural and participatory initiatives

    • design
    • implementation
    • development

    Implementation of courses and creative workshops

    • design
    • editing
    • publishing

    Editorial services


  • All
  • audiovisual
  • city
  • visual arts
  • literature
  • workshops
  • education
  • contests
  • diffusion
  • photography



Over time we have built valuable partnerships with various institutions. Today we make projects with partners such as BHP Billiton, Metro de Santiago, Universidad de Concepción, Caja de Compensación los Héroes, SERNAC, Movistar, Chilectra, TVN, Chile Iberoamericana Radio, Radio Bio Bio and Rock and Pop, among others.