• Seit 2017 Print workshop management at the youth art school Tempelhof Schöneberg.
  • 2018 – 2019 Workshops in cooperation with the Bröhan Museum.
    • Head of the project “Wall painting graffiti” at the Hans-Bröckler-School- Vocational School.
    • Art courses at the Samariterstraße art workshop.
    • Illustration of the magazine Midwifery Forum Topic: „Sleep”.
    • Wall painting in the Fontana Pharmacy – Buckow, Berlin.
  • 2006 – 2018 Artistic direction of the “Project Spielraum Natur dem”, “Children – Künstlerhof Frohnau” (Playroom Nature Project).
  • 2017 Illustration of the book “Wie lange ist man fremd? – Young Syrians in Berlin”, C&N Publishing House.
    • Ceramic courses at the Robert-Reinick elementary school.
  • 2010 – 2017 Annual supervision / restoration of large metal sculpture “Haus am Horizont” in public space in Würzburg by Ulrike Hamprecht.
  • 2016 Head of the project „Mural painting in cooperation with the children from the Tempelhof refugee camp”.
    • Workshops at the youth art school Schöneberg.
  • 2014 – 2016 Ceramics courses at the Ellen Key School Secondary school with grammar school Upper School.
    • BERLINER PROJEKTFONDS at the Märkische Grundschule.
  • 2013 Concept and realisation of the exhibition “Retrospective of the
    • Artist Ulrike Hamprecht” (1970-2006), Cultural Forum Old Church Waldbüttelbrunn e.V., Würzburg.
    • Workshops “Nude drawing” in Takt art project- artists of different nationalities.
    • Illustration of the book “Gespräche mit Arbeitslose”, Book Fair – Leipzig.
  • 2012 Visual reconstruction of the history of Santa María Coyotepec. Oaxaca, Mexico.
  • 2011 Illustration of the book “A place for history”, Verlag C & N, Berlin.
  • 2010 Stage design in the theatre “Macedonio Alcala”, Oaxaca-Mexico.
  • 2006-2008 Conception and realization of exhibitions of artists from Mexico in the Mexican Embassy in Berlin.
  • 2003-2006 Assistant to the metal sculptor: Ulrike Hamprecht.
    • Ceramic workshops for women, Oaxaca – Mexico.
  • 2000-2001 Supervision of the graphics collection at Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera – Studio house in Mexico City.

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