Doctoral student and fellow at the Department of History, Arts and Humanities at the Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa (UAL). Master in Art, Heritage and Theory of Restoration from the University of Lisbon, 2018 and Degree in History from the Centro Universitário Fundação Santo André, 2012. She is a researcher at the Center for Research in Historical Sciences (CICH-UAL) where she is part of the project “History of Teaching of Fine Arts in Portugal” in the line of research “History of Art and Urbanism”. She is a collaborating researcher at the Center for Studies in Business History (CEHE-UAL).
He is co-teacher of the curricular unit General History of Art I in the degree in History, at the Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa.
Professional experience as an educator in formal and non-formal education contexts, university, secondary and basic education in the humanities, pedagogical coordination, English language teaching, multidisciplinary monitoring for different age groups.
International experience through the Erasmus+ program, in Spain/Cordoba, action developed in all areas related to museum operation, conservation and restoration of archaeological assets (focus on metals and ceramics), planning and execution of Educational Service activities.
Practice as an independent curator, having officially curated three exhibitions: 1st “Plasticized Interrelations”, 2016, at the University of Lisbon – FLUL; 2nd “TAKE_Action” Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo – PIIGS, Turin, Italy, 2016, with the participation of young curators from different European countries; and the 3rd “Meu Lixo é a Sua Existência”, in 2019, at the Atmosfera m space, by Associação Mutualista Montepio, in Lisbon, in partnership with the artist Paulo Valle Vieira.
Mediator at the Educational Service of the EDP Foundation, at the MAAT (Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology), Lisbon, Portugal, on guided tours in the context of contemporary art exhibitions.
As a historian, she is the author of articles and chapters on topics ranging from art history to business history. There are jobs in the pipeline.
I am very dedicated to research and teaching, and I am receptive to new contacts that can enrich my professional and personal trajectory.