Staff

Our staff is composed by qualified people, able to work in all the different educational contexts, conducting workshops inspired to active pedagogy principles.

Our publishing house runs parallel to the educational activity and has a creative and dynamic editorial staff: in-depth research and constant dialogue with the educational department are our strong points, allowing Edizioni Artebambini to plan and promote unique and high quality publications.

  • Mauro Speraggi

    Mauro Speraggi

    Pedagogist, Psychometrics expert
    Co-founder Artebambini
    RivistaDADA head editor

    Mauro Speraggi was born in Torino in 1957.
    In 1985 he graduated with highest honours in Pedagogy (Milano, Università Cattolica), with a specialization in Psychometrics, focusing his interests on the pedagogic, educational importance of playing.
    He worked many years as an educator in the CEMEA (Centres for Exercise Active Pedagogy Methods), conducting more than 100 workshops, both national and international, in the social, educational and sanitary fields since 1982. He was manager of the educational department of the CIGI (Italian Committee of Children Games) and organises stages and workshops for cultural professionals in Berlin, Barcelona, Paris and Hamburg. He contributed to the design of different locations (libraries, schools, …) and leaded residential educational experiences in Brescia and Milan. During those years, he conducted also many summer activities for the Italian Ministry and for the Olivetti Society.
    From 2009 Speraggi has been part of the scientific committee of the Artoteca in Cavriago (Reggio Emilia), first service to allow people to borrow artworks in Italy.
    He co-founded the Educational Activity Association and in 2000 he co-founded Edizioni Artebambini with his associate Paola Ciarcià. 
    Speraggi plans and conducts training courses for teachers and educators, acknowledged by the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research, as well as workshops for children in schools, libraries and other locations. He is a publisher, the RivistaDADA (European Art magazine) head editor and curator of the project “Kamishibai – Narrative Cases”.

  • Paola Ciarcià

    Paola Ciarcia

    Atelierista – Studio teacher, vocational teacher

    Art Education expert

    Co-founder Artebambini
    
RivistaDADA head editor

    Paola Maria Ciarcià was born in Siracusa in 1967. In 1993 she graduated in Art (Bologna, Università Alma Mater Studiorum).
    From 1995 to 2009 she updated by taking part in many residential workshops with CEMEA (Centres for Exercise active Pedagogy Methods) and CIGI (Italian Committee of Children Games). At the same time, she worked in schools and libraries by realising educational-artistic workshops, training school employees and planning educational projects for many different customers.
    She co-founded the Educational Activity Association and in 2000 she co-founded Edizioni Artebambini with her associate Mauro Speraggi.
    Paola Ciarcià plans and conducts training courses for teachers and educators, acknowledged by the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research, as well as workshops for children in schools, libraries and other locations. She is a publisher, the RivistaDADA (European Art magazine) head editor and curator of the project “Kamishibai – Narrative Cases”.
    In 2010 she published an important art catalogue for children, “Calder”, which was the official guide for children during the exhibition realised in Rome that year.

  • Giulia Krajcirik

    Giulia Krajcirk

    Junior editor
    RivistaDADA editorial assistant
    Foreign Rights manager
    Atelierista – Studio Teacher

  • Alberto Lenares

    Alberto Lenares

    Atelierista – Studio teacher
    RivistaDADA Subscriptions manager
    Distribution and Bookshop relations manager

  • Giulia Beghè

    Giulia Beghe

    Art historian
    Atelierista – Studio teacher
    Artebambini – Tuscany section manager
    Didactic work manager at Lu.C.C.A. (Lucca Center of Contemporary Art)

  • Irene Ferrarese

    Irene Ferraresi

    Educator
    Atelierista - Studio teacher
    Lop Lop Space curator