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Name: Fausta Miculeci
Pseudonym: Fany
Age:27

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Fausta was born on August 13, 1991 in Romania. Shee studied Cooking and Gastronomy at CIPFP Cheste.
An organized and stress-resistant chef, she has a long experience in catering that has allowed her to develop her culinary creation skills as well as team management. She also underwent quality schooling to better address her responsibilities and the functions she now holds.
She has been passionate about pastry since she was a child and learned to make all the desserts she dreamed of at the time.
Passionate about Cake Design, she likes to accept the challenge of new flavors and themes and especially to please customers with cakes made with passion, regardless of theme.
Each of the gourmet creations combines authenticity, flavor and originality, combining sets of textures to create both fragrant and delicate pastries.
She created her personal brand "Fabriem Sweet Bites" - Delicious single bite cakes, made according to Moroccan tradition. An original detail or whim, ideal for any type of occasion: weddings, baptisms, communions. It is the perfect snack for your partner, family and friends, along with a tea, coffee, etc.
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Andrei Cristian Manole
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Name: Manole
Pseudonym: Andrei Cristian
Age:30

andrei[at]sosisesa.ro
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Alex Alexander
Tolerance in Art

Cultural tolerance

No culture or race is better than another, not in creativity and not in any other aspect, and we can find examples of smart, creative people in every single culture. The creative ideas that can lead to innovation can come from anyone, anywhere. But after I wrote the post I’ve been asking myself some questions about the role of culture tolerance in innovation.

Some societies, because of being exposed to a wide variety of cultures are more tolerant to different ways of thinking and acting. It is no mystery that censorship and intolerance are enemies of new ideas and can kill creativity, therefore also innovation opportunities. Take for example the US, and specially New York as a cultural bouillabaisse, where you can find people almost from any origin who participate in society with their own forms of value. NY is not only a good place to have a variety of food to eat, it is a place for ideas to converge. In an organization you want this multi-cultural communication, to get the best ideas out of everyone to obtain results. Racism breaks dialogue, and should be avoided at all cost.

But what happens with cultures that were actually created from the mixture of two or more other cultures as it happens in many Latin American countries? Are we more tolerant and can this be an advantage towards enhancing a creative environment? I wish I could say cultural mixture in Latin America (with European and African cultures mainly), does make us more tolerant, but I think, as in any other culture, it’s more of a personal value than a cultural trait. Some people do feel resentment towards their “madre patria” (towards Spanish or Portuguese), or feel discriminated (or have been discriminated) because of their Indian or African origin, acting with intolerance themselves. In Mexico, native indians are segregated and live in poverty.

Cultural tolerance comes from contact with other cultures that challenge our own paradigms and with whom we cooperate for common benefits. As an advice for cultural tolerance, try focusing on things you have in common and work from there. Embrace difference, hear more than you talk, and try understanding why that person thinks or acts the way he does. You can always express your points of view but always with respect and looking for a win-win relationship.
Believe that you can learn something from anyone.
And basically don't be a prick.
But tolerance for fostering creativity is not only manifested in cultural difference. Tolerance is also important in gender, sexual orientation and religion. In general, women still don’t have the same opportunities and are still not treated equal at work, and sexual orientation is a cause of mock. logies.

I once saw an “innovativeness” score-board for evaluating “how innovative can a company be”. Although I didn’t agree with most of it, and I don’t think “innovativeness” can be measured , I did find some interesting points. Here are some of its questions to ponder:
- How many different cultures are there in the company and in what percentage?
- How many women in executive levels are there in the organization compared to the total of employees?
- How many self-declared gay/lesbians are there in the organization compared to the total of employees?
- How many different self-professed religion followers are there in the company and in what percentage?

We should practice tolerance, better yet empathy, not only for creative purposes, but for personal growth.
Alex Alexander
Creativity in Art

Creativity Can Completely Change Your Life

“Life is a great big canvas. Throw all the paint you can on it.” ~Danny Kaye

I’ve had those days when I felt like my life was in the doldrums. When I felt stuck in the same-old, same-old and wondered how to get a pick me up. When I wished I had more passion or purpose or maybe just a jolt of joy to shake things up.

Sometimes there were things I thought might make me happy, but I couldn’t have them just because I wanted them. Like, I couldn’t just snap my fingers and meet the man who sweeps me off my feet or become a kazillionaire.

But there is something that’s always at my (and your) fingertips. Something we always have that will instantaneously make us happy, right now in this moment.

And that is our creativity.

Creativity is not just for artists or making art. Creativity is life making. It’s anything we do that turns us on, invigorates us, or offers a simple moment of pure merriment.

For me, I love to paint and write. I knit while watching my favorite movies. I have a blast cooking and sharing my recipes. I let myself go wild in dance class.

All of us have something we enjoy doing. Or something we think we would enjoy but don’t do because the bigger, more major things in our daily lives take priority. We just don’t make the time for it.

Or we judge it as “a little hobby” (like crafting, kickball, or learning magic tricks).

Or we think it will never become something significant or important.

Or we deem it as just plain silly. (Why pick up singing when we don’t even know how to stay in harmony?)

But the things we enjoy are far more important than we could ever realize and can make a significant impact on our lives.

Here are ten reasons why:

1. Creativity makes us present.

Because we’re doing something we like to do, we’re engaged in the moment. Time passes in an instant ‘cause we’re just having some good ol’ fun.

When I paint, write, knit, dance, or cook it’s like active meditation. Being present with myself dials up my knob of attention and wakes me up.

Creativity stimulates us to be more mindfully in tune with our overall lives. It also calms our nervous system, decreases anxiety, and helps restore balance.

2. We better our relationships.

Simply because we enjoy doing something we love, we connect to ourselves more intimately. We develop a profound relationship with our inner selves.

The more we connect to ourselves, the more we’re able to connect to others and deepen all of our relationships. This secures healthier bonds.

3. We’re playing again.

As kids we could create anything and have fun with it without worrying about what other people thought.

Creativity returns us to the innocence of our childhoods. And giving ourselves a break from the pressures of adult responsibility, we become lighter and increase our sense of humor as we delight in the pleasure of our amusements.
4. We’re led to new wonderful opportunities.

The current of creativity is like a river finding its sea. It always leads us to bigger waters. So even a small creative project might open us to whole new possibilities. We never know where it might lead.

On a whim I got this idea to make a board game. My friends loved to play it and soon, I was hosting game parties once a month at my house for up to thirty people. It became such a wonderful way to bring people together, a publisher picked it up and today everyone can play it.

But we don’t do it for product. We do it for pure joy and interest.

5. Depression is lifted.

While doing the things we enjoy, even if it seems small or easy, the self-judgments we make (like we’re not enough, or bad, or we don’t matter) are suspended. We do it just because of the sheer delight of doing it.

My mood always uplifts when I’m creating something just for my own gratification.

6. It’s always new.

Every time we make stuff we’re embarking on fresh, unknown territory. Each time we begin and as we continue, we’re traversing on a new adventure.

7. We get out of our own way.

So much of our unhappiness is bred from being fixed and consumed by our thoughts and behaviors. We tend to observe our feelings, words, and actions far too often.

But when we’re engaged creatively, we’re freed from any internal traps that say something about us, especially because it doesn’t have to be so serious.

8. We become amazed by our intuition.

We may wonder what gives us pleasure when we feel stuck. But there’s always something whispering to us.

That’s the beauty of creativity. It might be telling us to take a pottery class, or sign up for a book club, or learn a new spiritual practice because it knows this will add some sparkle and enliven us.

9. We build character.

As we attend to our creativity, we feel better about ourselves. This simple act of showing up serves our self-respect and confidence.

The more we make pleasurable, creative acts a priority, the more we rejuvenate, strengthen, and grow.

Each time I sit down to write and my fingers get moving, I feel proud of myself for meeting the blank page head on.

10. Love begets love.

The more we cultivate what we love, the more love we accumulate. Our cup flows over.

Clearly there are days we may show up to do something we enjoy and it isn’t always enjoyable. Sometimes the cake doesn’t rise, the paint spills, or my muscles are sore. But finding creative ways to solve the problems can be fun if we continue.

When we don’t worry about how it turns out and we do it simply for the wonder of exploration, our heart expands and love abounds. And this spreads out into our entire life.

So, what’s compelling you to create? What might creativity be telling you to do because it’s sure you’ll gain from it? What if you just said yes to your freedom, fun, and happiness?
Alex Alexander
Love in Art

You get inspired in love

Love enhances all your senses... Smell, touch ,and sight are heightened and the world takes on a new, beautiful glow. Love actually has the power to alter the very way our minds work to process information.

Historically, artists used specific people as muses: modes of artistic and poetic inspiration. Muses were often considered divine, but could also be humans and lovers.

When you're in love, the subject of your affection functions as a muse. Where once you had no source of creativity from which to draw, you're now flooded with an instinctual need to create; memorizing every angle of your lover's face and writing him or her into your every story and poem.
Alex Alexander
Inclusion in Art

Your most engaged people might need you most

Beyond changing the history of art forever, Vincent is perhaps best known for two things. First, he experienced several periods of challenging mental health, ultimately leading to his life being cut short at only 37 years old. Second, he was an extraordinarily productive painter. The two are closely connected. Vincent didn’t decide to become an artist or even begin to explore his craft until he was 27.
Within 10 short years he produced several thousand artworks, including near to a thousand oil paintings. Vincent was at his most productive in his final years, when his mental health became most troubled. In 1889, he was admitted to a mental hospital, where over the course of a year he produced more than 150 paintings.

A person’s dedication to their work is therefore sometimes not an indication that they are fine; sometimes it's the opposite. Without mindful attention, we can miss when our most engaged people might need us most. Masked by prolific output, their mental health continuum dips too low and is unable to recover.
Workplace wellbeing, contrary to a lot of current practice, has little to do with yoga mats. It is about taking a genuine, attentive interest in our people and understanding their individual needs. That is inclusion in its simplest form.
Ştefan Remus-Lucian
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Name:Ştefan Remus-Lucian
Pseudonym:Remus-Lucian
Age:53

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Long-term studies at the Bucharest Academy of Arts, Faculty of Decorative Arts and Design, Mural Painting, 1997, class of professor Ion Grigore
Anastasia Homeniuc
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Name: Homeniuc
Pseudonym: Anastasia
Age:16

homeniucanastasia69[at]icloud.ro
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My name is Anastasia.
My first passion was music, an art that doesn't necessarily need words to illustrate the musician's feelings.
Over the years, I have managed to perform on three musical instruments, which have made me love music even more.
At the moment, I am a semi-professional Ukrainian dance dancer, which brings me a lot of joy because I, in turn, promote the culture and traditions of my grandparents.
Busuioc Miruna
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Name: Busuioc
Pseudonym: Andreea Miruna
Age:16

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I am in the 10th grade and I have always been passionate about artistic creations, to have the power to pass on my ideas and visions to others.
I am trying my best to make the world a better place where no one is marginalized, and I hope that the day will come when all people will be equal.
Davidean Andreea Alexandra
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Name: Davidean
Pseudonym: Andreea Alexandra
Age:27

davidean.andreea03[at]gmail.com
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alexandra.davidean

From an early age I preferred to replace the classic Barbie dolls with a sheet of paper and a few pencils (or watercolors). This harmless gesture continued in primary school.
Once in high school, I was noticed by the drawing teacher, the one who motivated me, telling me countless times about a so-called potential in my scribbles.
His words made me paint more, documenting the history of art, with its representatives. For me, art has become an escape from everyday life, my relaxation area. I did not want to practice in this field, to keep the passion inside me.
My personal creation varied from year to year: I started with pencil sketches and continued with different types of techniques (in acrylic, in oil, watercolors).
The inspiration came randomly, either from a recently memorized landscape or after watching a movie. I can consider Van Gog to be my favorite painter.
The success of an artist will definitely be based on a shaky past, or terrible experiences.
Tic Petrosel
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Name: Petrosel
Pseudonym: Tic
Age:>30

ticpetrosel[at]gmail.com
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Tic Petroșel is, despite his discretion, the kind of talkative artist who knows how to entertain his audience with a musical speech of grade 10. For him, professionalism is not just technical, it is rather an attitude towards music, towards the artistic act, it is the ability to discover new meanings in what he sings every time he goes on stage. He believes that being a folkist means spreading the truth, seeking to express the problems of ordinary people, educating, providing poetic dressings, sharing smiles and hope. Tic Petroșel attracts like a magnet, using his own acting talent. In fact, today's meeting is a good example. He became known as "Brumariada", songs on the lyrics of Emil Brumaru. From the old and tender poems of the well-known poet. Tic Petroșel appreciates the spontaneity of creation, the responsibility of the composer-performer, because folk also means a man and a guitar. The artist admits: “A man who comes home, a newborn, from the maternity ward and finds 3000 volumes at home has something to do all his life until retirement. We all need to get to a library at least once in our lives. ”
Hoblea Ana Maria Ioana
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Name: Hoblea
Pseudonym: Ana
Age:17

ana.hoblea[at]gmail.com
[at]meshok.
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Ana Hoblea

I am Ana and ever since I was young I enjoyed visual arts and lately I’ve been taking interest in architecture and interior design. What inspires me the most is nature, human nature and the transparency of it. Regarding architecture, my main interests are sustainable architecture and also architecture restoration. I also own a small bussines hand painting cotton bags, cotton hand bags are used instead of your regular plastic bags when shopping, being more eco-friendly.
Moisa Ingrid
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Name: Moisa
Pseudonym: Ingrid
Age:17

moisaingrid2004[at]yahoo.com
ingrid.moisa

Ever since I started high school, monumental (mural) art has deeply inspired me. My meditation teacher made me apply here, so I owe her all my accomplishments, because mural art needs to be appreciated more by the next generation.
Ionita Mihai Robert
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Name: Ionita
Pseudonym: Mihai Robert
Age:21

ionitamihairobert00[at]gmail.com
https://www.instagram.com/ionitamihairobert00/

I usually talk to people and find out stories about these buildings. And then I photograph them. My passion for photography started 2 years ago but I worked for other people's purpose. I am now in the process of reinventing myself.


Cristoltan Alexandra Teodora
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Name: Cristoltan
Pseudonym: Alexandra Teodora
Age:17

alex.atc718[at]gmail.com
[at]kristaahi

My biggest passion, since I was very little, is art. Other hobbies never really interested me as much throughout my life. I've been drawing for as long as I can remember. Even though I had times when I neglected this hobby, I always came back to drawing. When I don’t do work for art school, I like spending my spare time creating my own story with my characters and make designs for them. I hope that someday I can create a comic with them, or maybe illustrate children's books .


Alexandros Matsis
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Name: Matsis
Pseudonym: Alexandros
Age:20

alexmatsis101[at]gmail.com
[at]insomniac.sardine

My name is Alexandros Matsis, I am 20 years old and my passion is capturing the feelings of everyday life and afterwards expressing it through my collage art, aka Graphic Design, I enjoy being inspired by poetry or music and then creating collage art through Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.(Portugal)


Maria Eduarda Alves de Sousa
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Name: Alves de Sousa
Pseudonym: Maria Eduarda
Age:25

[em]eduarda.embaixada.juv@gmail.com/em]
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I continued doing teather until I decided to go to university to study what I always wanted to study: Theatre. Nowdays, I belong to a company called "NAPALM" where I am a actress. I'm too a stage director of 17 children, In "Plebeus Avintenses" the theatre that I started to doing theatre, it's like my second home.
Recently I was part of the cast of The rest of us, a webseries that talks about the dificulties of being a artist in Portugal. The series was produced by Notpro Studios and I am now part of the technical team as well. I love eveything that envolves art! I'm really passion about it!
Crocolicius
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Name: Alejandro Caravaca
Pseudonym: Croco
Age:21

crocolicius[at]hotmail.com
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I started taking pictures with polaroids as a hobby, I've always been quite into hip hop culture, and I think photography is something he has always carried by the hand.
Taking photos with polaroid is for me taking photos with unparalleled purity, the need to find the right moment, and knowing that you can only get a unique photo.
I do it for fun, and to show what surrounds me, everything that to the new generations may seem like something everyday, and that can make another large part of the population uncomfortable.
Raposo Irene
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Name: Raposo
Pseudonym: Irene
Age:18

irenerapo[at]gmail.com
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My name is Irene Raposo, I was born on August 21st, 2003, in Madrid, Spain.
I am a student of the first course of the Upper Degree in Dual International Trade in Cesur.
I practise different artistic techniques such as oil drawing, charcoal, watercolors, pastels, acrylics, ink and colored pencils.
Drawing for me is a way to express my emotions. I specially enjoy drawing portraits and giving them my own personal touch.
The process of it makes me appreciate the personal traits of each person I portray; I also like to experiment with the range of colors and through them express my own vision.
I also draw landscapes, colorful abstract shapes and even fashion designs. I have always been interested in art.
Correro Cabrera João
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Name:Correro Cabrera
Pseudonym: João
Age:25

joaocorrerocabrera[at]gmail.com
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João is a trans boy who was born in 1996 in Algeciras (Spain). He was always connected to art thanks to his grandfather who painted as a hobby. He studied Translation and Interpreting at the University of Granada, since having grown up in a multicultural family made him increasingly interested in languages and their cultures. He worked as a Spanish teacher in France thanks to the language assistant program of the Spanish Ministry of Education. Later, he decided to start studying programming and graphic design, two of his greatest passions today.
His artistic activity begins when he is barely 6 years old and includes portraits, acrylic painting and digital drawings. With her art, she tries to express her feelings as a trans person while experimenting with different landscapes, people, resources, paintings, canvas...Thanks to painting, João began to express his inner world, a world that begins with his coming out as a trans boy, a new life full of color that replaces a life full of pain by hiding his true gender. He has the perfect balance between traditional painting and new illustration techniques. Traditional painting allows you to stay connected with the roots of art and to perfect your technique more and more; feeling how the brush slides across the canvas creates something unique, something magical that connect the artist with the viewer. Digital art allows you to create worlds that have never been created before thanks to the multitude of effects, lights and shadows that can be merged on the same canvas.
- In addition to painting and digital illustration, he also experiments with photography whenever he can.

Jose Miguel Ortega
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Name: Jose  Miguel Ortega Duran
Pseudonym: Finn
Age:18

[em]aimdabestxd@gmail.com/em]
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Jos  Miguel ortega, born on October 15th, 2003 in Malaga, Spain I was graduated in Bachillerato de Artes in Santa Rosa de Lima, and right now I’m studying to be a sound technician in Cesur PTA M laga.
My artistic activities includes novice singer in a music group with my class partners, storytelling, dubbing, graffiti, video recording, audio recording (ADR, Foley) and photography as well in Bachillerato de Artes I was taught to do designs and character build and ultimately I learned European art history.
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Chisbert Laura
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Name: Laura Chisbert
Pseudonym: Laudrawin
Age:24

aurachisbert[at]gmail.com
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Laura Chisbert was born on December 19th 1997 in Valencia, Spain.
She studied Scientific High School (in Spain it’s Bachillerato), but has evolved her artistic skills in an autodidact way.
She’s currently studying a superior degree of 3D Animation, Videogames and interactive environment specialized on augmented reality. Laura’s skills are based on 2D art. These abilities are focused mostly on character and beast designs, but can also move to illustration, realistic portraits, chibis… She likes to say she can “surf” on styles, adapting as much as possible to what the customer demands. She likes to show and make the viewer feel raw emotions, but also create interesting designs that claim
people’s attention.
Her passion towards designing (mostly) beasts and humanoids come from her love towards nature, specially animals, and she possesses a wide knowledge about them, including behaviors, body language and anatomy.
With all her knowledge together, Laura can manage to create any kind of living creature using traditional equipment but mostly digital one, like an iPad (her favorite tool so far) and a tablet connected to the PC.
González Rufo Sara Lucia
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Name:González Rufo Sara Lucía
Pseudonym: Sara Lucia
Age:31

slu.glez[at]gmail.com
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lucoumba

My name is Sara, I am 31 years old and I am currently unemployed and I dedicate myself to studying Graphic Design and Early Childhood Education. I am an artisan, painter and traveler whenever I can. I have visited different places in the world. I consider myself a sensitive and natural person. I studied and worked as a Superior Sound Technician, on television, radio and music festivals. It's really hard to define yourself!
Doina Dobrin
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Name: Doina Dobrin
Pseudonym: Doina
Age:29

doinadobrin[at]gmail.com
https://www.linkedin.com/in/doina-dobrin-083a951a7/


Doina is born on July,27th, 1992 in Moldova. Her profession is a doctor of pharmacy.
She starts few years back to work in Paris, France. She is a very flexible and resourceful person. Even when things change at the last minute, Doina is able to adjust accordingly and meet tight deadlines. Despite the chaotic environment, she always finished tasks on time. Her passions are reading, sports, travel.
Fausta Miculeci
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Name: Fausta Miculeci
Pseudonym: Fany
Age:27

faustabriseida[at]gmail.com
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Fausta was born on August 13, 1991 in Romania. Shee studied Cooking and Gastronomy at CIPFP Cheste.
An organized and stress-resistant chef, she has a long experience in catering that has allowed her to develop her culinary creation skills as well as team management. She also underwent quality schooling to better address her responsibilities and the functions she now holds.
She has been passionate about pastry since she was a child and learned to make all the desserts she dreamed of at the time.
Passionate about Cake Design, she likes to accept the challenge of new flavors and themes and especially to please customers with cakes made with passion, regardless of theme.
Each of the gourmet creations combines authenticity, flavor and originality, combining sets of textures to create both fragrant and delicate pastries.
She created her personal brand "Fabriem Sweet Bites" - Delicious single bite cakes, made according to Moroccan tradition. An original detail or whim, ideal for any type of occasion: weddings, baptisms, communions. It is the perfect snack for your partner, family and friends, along with a tea, coffee, etc.
Burca Valentina
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Name: Valentina Burca
Pseudonym: Valentina
Age:23

valentinaburca2[at]gmail.com
https://www.linkedin.com/in/valentina-burca/
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Valentina Burca is in 1st year of Master in the prestigious university Paris Dauphine. Paris Dauphine is renowned for its teaching in finance, economics, mathematics, law and business strategy. Valentina is studing control, audit and financial repport.
She loves meeting new people and learning about their lives and their backgrounds. She can almost always find common ground with strangers, and she like making people feel comfortable in her presence.
Valentina is passionate about sports, formula 1, decentralized finance and photography.
Maria Niedźwiecka
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Name:Maria Niedźwiecka
Pseudonym: Mara
Age:21

mara.nie[at]o2.pl
mara.niee
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I am Mara and I am a student of sociology. I intersted in visual arts, speacially drawing and painting, what I’m also doing and enviroment protection, speacially in topic of climate change. Recenty I started to be interested in upcycling - work with plastic and use it as a material of making art. I love learning about new cultures and languages from other people.
Pedro Manuel Sousa Ribeiro
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Name: Pedro Manuel Sousa Ribeiro
Pseudonym: Pedro Ribeiro
Age:30

notprostudios[at]gmail.com
https://www.instagram.com/notprostudios/
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I found my passion for the arts a little late.
My passion for film emerged after making a work in video format for the Bioenergies course. This work brought me the excitement and fascination for the art of filmmaking. So I started making videos, telling stories (mostly comedies) and posting them on youtube. All the work being done only with a camera and in a completely self-taught way, without any kind of training in the area (script, recording, directing and editing), I caught the attention of a neighboring town, and was challenged to make a film work without compromise, "A Crazy Day (2015)" to present at the annual event "Culture Among Us" belonging to the town of Cristelo. After the success of this, the parish council of Cristelo together with the City Council of Paredes, offered new semi-professional equipment for the realization of a short film about the locality in question, "Apocalypse Cristelo (2016)". With this, it became regular, annually the presentation of short or feature films in this event, always with the support of the parish council, trilogy "Hate Not Hate You (2017/2018)".
With the recognition of vocation and passion, began to arise professional work done for various entities, such as the Youth Embassy Association, Municipality of Paços de Ferreira, "YouthSquare" belonging to the Municipality of Paredes or then coverage of events and promote establishments, in addition, the trilogy led him to be invited by Porto Canal for a live interview on the program "Mundo Local". In 2020 I ended up recording a short film
"Letter Nº4", to compete in the FNAC 2019 New Talents contest, where I received a mention of honor. I currently finished the first season of the series "THE REST OF US" (2021), which was the most successful I've ever done, and it was aired on a regional channel: Novum Canal.
Right now I am directing 2 short films and preparing the second season of "THE REST OF US".

Maria Eduarda Alves de Sousa
Inclusion in Theatre

Inclusion through expression

First, every art related to performance is a form and a way to social inclusion, in this way and because Theatre is a type of art that can combine every other art, is one of the best ways to represent Inclusion. I think that Theatre is a safe space: there is no right and wrong in Theatre, there is just a space and opportunity where people can share everything from their lives and use their experience as a tool for creation and in that way Theatre is directly connected with Inclusion in all forms
Laura Chisbert Casares
Life in Drawing

Retrato

This is a perfect example of what I believe is a representation of life. It's a portrait of a family member who passed away, drawn on a joyful moment of his life. In my opinion, we can recreate that happiness and help people feel better at the moment they stare at that portrait. To me, life in art is a way to show what it means to be alive and enjoy the little things.
Jose Miguel Ortega Duran
Inclusion in Singing

Singing with my band

Singing and tolerance have always been concepts that go hand in hand, from the example of the acceptance of black music, to the promulgation of tolerant ideas, the performance of musical shows has evolved from our beginnings as a species to the present day and that is simply wonderful.
Laura Chisbert
Life in Drawing

Daily life art

Definately a daily life art! Amazing work from an item that used to be in many people's lives on daily basis ^^
Sebastian Hidalgo Ch
Inclusion in Painting

Inclusion in paiting

Bring random subjects around a visual piece to admire and find the aesthetic beauty on it, construct o deconstruct the society standards.
Jose Miguel Ortega Duran
Inclusion in Urban design

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Inclusion in the urban style is indispensable to fully embrace such a novel and controversial art, for the simple fact that even if we are harshly criticized for a work we are there side by side to support and improve each other as a team.
Tcaciuc Andrei
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Name: Tcaciuc
Pseudonym: Andrei
Age:27

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My name is Tcaciuc Andrei and I am a student at UNAGE University of Arts, specializing in Choreography.
I am passionate about contemporary dance and I practice it.
I like to travel, meet new people and make friends.
I consider myself a sociable person and eager to try new things.
I am involved in several projects within the faculties.
Before college I worked as a dancer in an ensemble of traditional dances.
Tretiac Delia
Inclusion in Culinary

tradition and life

if you ask me, in general traditions combine us all together and include us in one experience and I think this is the most important thing, that we do it together
Busuioc Miruna
Inclusion in Theatre

Inclusion in the theatre

In the theatre world, inclusion comes from being able to relate to the character, which is extremely useful for people all over the world. That's why I think people have turned to theatre since older times.
Alex Alexander
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Name: Alex
Pseudonym: Alexander
Age:39

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Tretiac Delia
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Name: Tretiac Delia
Pseudonym: Andreea Alexandra
Age:16

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Delia Tretiac



Traditions, costumes, traditional dishes and customs have fascinated me since I was a child.

I want to believe that we, the people of today, are the absolute embodied in the soul of a nation, and our goal is to remember them, by keeping the traditions. Last year I participated in the Erasmus project in French "Demain la ville", where I presented traditional Romanian customs and delicacies.
What is passion? An emotional state, special, intense and lasting for someone? If so, then this is the feeling I want to convey through interior design and clothing design.
It is a field in which I find myself and I enjoy it, and for this reason I want to work in this field.
Varga Maria
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Name: Varga Maria
Pseudonym: Maria
Age:16

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I'm not good at presentations, but I'm a person who likes to express himself in a creative way as often as possible.
Onciu Claudia
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Name: Onciu Claudia
Pseudonym: Claudia
Age:17

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I feel art and art feels me. Life is our own reality where we have the right to expose ourselves to the role of the sun, we are nothing and nothing is everything, so we are everything.
Frenzy is the personality I feel when I write, create, sing, express myself and feel.
Life is our eternal curse, you have it without asking, you feel it without wanting it, enjoy the beautiful spirit of your cursed spirit.
It hurts to feel but I love to do it, every touch, thought, skin, pores, gaze.

Art is life, we die to exist! I love new experiences!
Mardale
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Name: Mardale
Pseudonym: Andy
Age:
Nationality:
NGO: ACE-ES ROMANIA

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I am a really motivated person when it comes to my passion , and i can easily carry along any task i enjoy doing. Art really inspires me and i'm really happy to live in a world in which i am surrounded by it!
Bogdan Nicolae Imurluc
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Name: Bogdan Nicolae Imurluc
Pseudonym: IMUArt
Age:
Nationality: Romania
NGO: FAR

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At the age of three, I did my first job, a clay crocodile. An elephant head also came from the ground when I was going to the field to my grandparents, who are from Scrovistea near Snagov. At the age of 8-9 I discovered beeswax. As my beekeeper, my beekeeper melted honeycombs after collecting the wax and when he put it to cool, I noticed that it is easily modeled, and when it is completely cooled, the perfect modeling remains. That's when I first modeled in wax the way I do now (a Triceratops head and a Tyranosaurus Rex from pictures in a magazine - Atlas Magazine). I was very passionate about biology and especially the Paleozoic life of dinosaurs (it was 1994-95 and all the kids were crazy about Jurassic Park).
My mother noticed that over time I was sculpting more and more elaborate shapes. Not only did we copy, but we also invented new forms. Thus, in the 7th grade, he took me to the Nicolae Tonitza High School of Fine Arts in Bucharest.