Florencia Nannetti is a trained Fine Arts teacher, Art Historian,
and an independent researcher and educator.
Her academic interests lie in the fields of Arts & Education, Gender Studies, Traumatic History and collective remembrance.
She has been awarded a Masters degree in History of Art by Birkbeck University of London, and a Masters degree on Visual Arts with a specialisation in Education by Universidad Nacional de San Martín (UNSAM), Argentina.
She has worked extensively as a teacher in all levels of formal education, as well as in informal settings. Her experience includes working as a tour guide at the National Gallery, London, creating engaging learning experiences for Alexandra Palace, and teaching art, drama, and circus to adults and children.
At present, she is working alongside academic colleagues and educational art institutions to research the implications of national heritage and politics in art education in Latin America.