WITH THE SUPPORT OF
Dra Susana Fryd
Head of Esponjario
“CUAC is a wonderful movement led by people who understand that both imagination and creativity must be fostered since early childhood. We all have imagination, but it is only shaped by creativity. CUAC will be the place where children will develop their mind and their knowledge, where they will awake their curiosity and their learning skills together with their peers and with educators that will guide them throughout ludic activities.”
Papumba Founder & TROOPA.LA Partner
“What can I say about CUAC...CUAC encourages us to grow, to dream that perhaps the new generations of Argentina have the skills and the creative openness to forge their future. CUAC is one of those things that should have happened long time ago and it didn´t. I cherish that it is happening now.”
ZAS LAVARELLO & ASOCIADOS
“ZAS LAVARELLO & ASOCIADOS ARQUITECTOS congratulates CUAC on this project. Creativity must be taught and fostered as any other subject. It is a key element for our profession and we are thrilled to know it can be taught in such a CREATIVE way.”
Arq. Alberto Varas
Alberto Varas & Asociados, Architects.
Urban Architect. Educator & Investigator, head of estudio Alberto Varas & Asociados. Architects. 2017 winner of Concurso Nacional de Ideas Urbanas for Parque de la Innovación de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires (ex tiro federal)
CARLOS GIANNI Y SERGIO BLOSTEIN
440 Musical Company, famous composition and arrangements authors of great hits such as “Vivitos y Coleando”, Hugo Midon´s award-winning kids show.
“We support and applause the initiative proposed by CUAC, we know that creativity must be within everyone's reach. A world where creative minds are in action is an unlimited world. We consider CUAC is a beautiful project that proposes the fostering and triggering of one of the human being´s greatest virtues: creativity. A more creative future will be, without the slightest doubt, more constructive. Welcome CUAC!.”
Julio Jorge Elías
Economics Professor, CEMA University.
“Gary Becker´s (Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, 1992) and James Heckman´s (Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, 2000) research in Chicago University shows the huge complementarity between the human capital acquired at an early age and the human capital acquired later in life. CUAC seeks to expand children's opportunities at an adult age through the development of their creative culture at an early age.”
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