What I offer
I am a trained Fine Arts teacher, Art Historian, and an independent researcher, educator, and creativity advocate. I design engaging learning experiences for all ages and levels.
I have worked extensively as a teacher in all levels of formal education, as well as in informal settings. My experience includes working as a tour guide at the National Gallery, London, creating engaging learning experiences for Alexandra Palace, creating and delivering a series of lectures for Orleans House Gallery, and teaching art, drama, and circus to adults and children.
I am incredibly passionate about the arts, and I love sharing my enthusiasm, knowledge and creativity with everyone. I cannot wait to share this with you!
I undertook an undergraduate degree in Fine Arts, followed by a Teacher Training Course on the same subject, at the Higher Institute of Fine Arts Manuel Belgrano.
I then did a Masters degree on Visual Arts with a specialisation in Education at UNSAM, followed by a History of Art MA at Birkbeck University of London.
In addition, I undertook a myriad of courses in Drama and Circus Arts.
I strongly believe that the arts are a fundamental part of the human experience. They can unlock people’s creative potential, bring them infinite joy, and help them express and communicate complex meanings in novel ways.
I work passionately to create art learning experiences that will positively impact people, that will teach them valuable skills, and also help them feel fulfilled.