Background

  • 1982
    • I Festival of Women in the Arts 09/82 at MAC
  • 1983
    • Ceramic sets – Galeria Ocra – 05/83
  • 1984
    •  I Free Salon of Plastic Arts – Atelier do Carmo – 02/84
    • V Ceramic Salon of the State of Parana 07/84
    • The Well Designed Utilitarian – Taguá Objetos 12/84
  • 1985
    • Pottery and Porcelain – MASP 01/85
    • MASP Sculptures 02/85
    • City Hall of São Bernardo do Campo – exhibits together with Rose do Val
  • 1986
    • Autumn Exhibition – The Japanese Culture Society 04/86
    • VII Ceramic Salon of the State of Parana 06/86
    • Utilitarian Objects and Art – SUTACO 10/86
    • Collective Ceramics Exhibit of Cia Paulista de Força e Luz 11/86
  • 1987
    • Cultural Center of São Paulo – together with LIGIA CATUNDA 03/87
    • Participated in the Pinacoteca de São Bernardo do Campo exhibition with one of her sculptures 03/87
  • 1988
    • The Flower, the Vase, and Art –Monopolio Art Gallery 05/88
    • Sculpture within the reach of all – exhibition oriented to the visually impaired – Rebouças Convention Center 06/88
    • Urban Artists – Brazilian Contemporary Ceramics –  La Recoleta Cultural Center – Buenos Aires 08/88
  • 1989
    • 4th Salon of Architecture and Decoration 06/89
  • 1990
    • Participated together with Vera Berthe in the INSTALLATION at the World’s Fair in OSAKA – JAPÃO of a display entitled IN-DUST-TREES (to protest against contamination in general) invited by the City Hall of Osaka 07/90
  • 2003
    • Equipotel – Landscape project.
    • Fia Flora 2003 – With pieces for garden decor
  • 2006
    • Participation in the Art Chapel Show, from September 26 to October 1st , 2006
  • 2007
    • Individual exhibit at Espaço Henfil de Cultura, in the city of São Bernardo do Campo “AMONG CIRCLES AND SPIRALS” HOPING FOR A BETTER WORLD, from May 18 to June 16 2007.Foto
  • 2010
    • Was invited by the Alfred Andersen Museum of Curitiba, state of Parana, Brazil to give a lecture entitled “From Ethics to Recycling” on July 3rd, 2010 during the 3rd National Ceramics Congress. The topic of this lecture was career opportunities in pottery crafts.