Elisabetta Duminuco

United Kingdom

Elisabetta was born in Venice where she lives and works as a full-time artist. Also in Venice, she studied and acquired her professional skills. She obtained her high school diploma as Maestro d’Arteat the Scuola d’Arte dei Carmini and successfully I attended the Accademia di Belle Arti where she achieved a diploma in Scenography. Over the years, she attended several courses at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica in Venice. Some of these courses were: Serigraphy, Art and Textiles, Contemporary Printmaking, Lithography, Chalcography and the traditional techniques of Engraving, Aquatint and Etching. She started her artistic career engaged in theatrical and scenography activities such as the scenography and costumes for the play The Bedbugby Vladimir Mayakovsky at the Bevilacqua La Masa Gallery in Venice, the design and realisation of sets and costumes for the play The Earthquake in Chileby Heinrich von Kleist, and the design of sketches and costumes for Mozart’s The Magic Flute. Since 2003 she has cooperated as an Art Teacher in projects of social rehabilitation.