Marks and memories:
Almir Mavignier and the Painting Studio at Engenho de Dentro
Lucia Reily, José Otávio Pompeu e Silva and collaborators
About the authors
Lucia Reily (Org.)
PhD at School Psychology from the University of São Paulo, currently a professor and researcher at the Faculty of Medical Sciences of the State University of Campinas. As a member of the Center for Studies and Research in Rehabilitation Dr. Gabriel Porto since 1996, has been working with visual arts teaching for deaf students and other disabled audiences.
She is also a teacher of the postgraduate course in Visual Arts at the Institute of Arts of Unicamp and of the professional master course Health, Interdisciplinarity and Rehabilitation, and author of the books Inclusive School: Language and Mediation (Papirus, 2004) and Image Warehouse: Essay on the artistic production of people with disabilities (Papirus, 2001).
José Otávio Motta Pompeu e Silva (Org.)
Jose Otavio holds a degree in Occupational Therapy from the Federal University of São Carlos (1999), a master's degree in Arts from the State University of Campinas (2006) and a doctorate in Arts from the State University of Campinas (2011). Postdoctorate at PACC / UFRJ (2012) in digital culture. He is currently an adjunct professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro at the Tércio Pacitti Institute of Computational Applications and Research (NCE / UFRJ) and the Graduate Program in History of Sciences and Techniques and Epistemology / HCTE / UFRJ (since 2014), research on neuroscience interfaces, arts, theater and computing. He is coordinator of the UFRJ Emotional Assistive Technology Center. Founder of Limbiseen Lab. Works on assistive technology and applied neuroscience projects in cooperation with the Finnish University Turku University of Applied Sciences. Has experience in digital culture, assistive technology, eHealth, accessibility, neuroscience, rehabilitation, art.
Ana Angélica Albano
PhD in Social Psychology from the University of São Paulo, graduated in Visual Arts from Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado, SP. From 1983 to 1997, implemented and coordinated social projects of artistic initiation in the municipalities of São Paulo, Santo André and Diadema.
She is a professor and researcher at the Laborarte Group (Laboratory of Art, Body and Education Studies) at the Unicamp Faculty of Education, where she has been active since 1997, and is part of the research team of Simon Fraser University's Imagination and Education Research Group (IERG). , Canada, since 2003, and the Focus Group for Creativity in Education, Marcelino Botín Foundation, Santander / Spain, since 2009.
She is also the author of the books Tuneu, Tarsila and other masters ... the learning of art as an initiation rite (Plexus, 1998) and The space of drawing: The educator's education (Loyola, 14th ed., 2010).
Maria Heloisa Corrêa de Toledo Ferraz
PhD in Arts from the University of São Paulo, she is a retired professor at USP's School of Communications and Arts. A researcher and author of books on art teaching and learning and teacher training, she has been providing advice and consultancy in the areas of art and education in recent years.
She is the author of the books Art and Madness: Limits of the Unpredictable (Lemos Editorial, 1998) and Art in School Education, with Maria F. de Resende Fusari (FTD, 2006).
Graduated in Visual Arts with emphasis in Design from the Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas (2005), she also took the course of jewelry designer at the Istituto Europeo Di Design (IED), Italy (2003). He is a specialist in Art Therapy from the São Marcos de Paulínia University (2007) and a Master in Arts from the State University of Campinas (2009), with a Fapesp scholarship.
He is currently a teacher in the Visual Arts course with emphasis on Design at PUC-Campinas, and also at IED / SP, in Jewelery Production.
Rosa Cristina Maria de Carvalho
She holds a degree in Artistic Education / Fine Arts from the State University of Campinas (2005) and a master's degree in Arts from the State University of Campinas (2008). She is currently a doctoral student in the History of Art line at the Unicamp Institute of Philosophy and Human Sciences.
Developed several experiences in the Arts area, with emphasis on Arts Education, acting on the following subjects: Fine Arts, Art History and Art Teaching.