Children's Workshops -Teacher:
For as long as I can remember I have been in contact with, art
galleries and museums. I began with classes in ceramics at the age of three, at
the age of six contemporary dances and later as an adolescent began theatre.
After I finished high school, I graduated with a teacher degree in “Sara
Eccleston”. While in my 2nd year I began working in an institution for
mentally handicapped children, in charge of the workshop.
There I taught clay modelling, collages, and painting on various materials
(cardboard, wood, paper) helping to encourage the creativity and security in
the children. This was a very enriching experience for me, and helps improve my
work as a teacher. The children created their own works of art under my
guidance, for the 2 years I worked with these groups they achieved wonderful
I worked in kinder gardens with children of 1 and 2 year old. At the moment I
teach 3 year olds and study Education Science at the Philosophy Faculty (Buenos
Art and education having always been close in my formation, last year I created
the first art group for children in my mother’s studio. A big advantage
for everyone was having from the beginning a complete and well-equipped place
The workshop is meant to provide a space and the necessary technical support for
the children to develop their creative possibilities.
Our work involves ceramic modelling, recycling paper (and other materials),
candles, tile designs, drawings, collage, paper macé masks, etc.
The workshop offers books and magazines to allow the children a wider
understanding of goings-on in the rest of the world; once or twice a year we
visit museums and other workshops where exhibitions are being held.