CUAC is the first regional Urban Movement entirely devoted to the design, fulfillment, activation and development of Creative Activities.

For more information, contact us by mail, telephone or any of our networks.

0810 555 CUAC (2822)

Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, CABA. Argentina

How do we work?

CUAC establishes a system of creative activities classified by Topics, Typology and Age groups


The topics covered include General Culture in its 360 degrees.

Creativity does not belong to any particular area, but its practice and development can be applied to any area of the Cultural, Social and Economic life, both personal and collective.

This is why we will incorporate multiple topics and fields of action in where they can be activated.


We consider 3 typologies:


One Shot Activities (activities that begin and end during the same day)


Activities per Project.


Activities by Training.


One Shot Activities: Activities that begin and end in the same day. They are scheduled to be performed especially for educational institutions who visit us once, without continuity and/or individuals, who want to test CUAC’s functioning before engaging in a more extended project.


Activities per Project: Activities that require 2 or more classes to complete a process that has a beginning with an input, and an end where an output is yielded: the goal set at the beginning of the cycle.


Activities by Training: Here the performed activity is repeated over X amount of times where improvement comes from that repetition and allows us to find new and better variations on the same excercise.

We call the typology 1 RECREOS AND RONDAS to typologies 2 and 3.


For this initial stage of CUAC, we call children between 3 and 12 years old to participate, grouped in the following segments:

3 and 4 years,

5 and 6 years,

7 and 8 years,

9 and 10 years,

11 and 12 years.

This group division respond to similar psychological profiles in the age pairs (see Appendix).

We also consider activities where the mix of ages is a determining factor for the contribution that each one can make to their development.


The content and its organization, structure, exhibition and the design of the needed materials will be in charge of professionals, talented specialists according to each specific area.

A new dimension that exceeds everyday life, an “out of scale” that introduces concrete ways of thinking and materiality presented by those who are true referents of our society as a whole.

Every human being has its unique combination of intelligence. That is the essential challenge of education

Gardner Howard Psychologist

In terms of education, Creativity should be as important as Literacy and Sports

Sir Ken Robinson Educator & Writer

Intelligence implies the necessary ability to solve problems or to develop important products for a certain cultural context or community

Gardner Howard Psychologist
  • Howard Gardner
  • Ken Robinson
  • Howard Gardner