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Frida Lozano

Frida is a recipient of the Big Thought Teaching Artistry Fellowship and the City of Dallas / Office of Cultural Affairs CAP (Community Arts Program). She is a Mexican Actress and Mask Maker. She received her acting training at U.N.A.M. and at the Diplomado Teatro del Cuerpo in Mexico City. She was a member of the Laboratorio de la Máscara (Mask Laboratory) that collaborated with Cara Mía Theatre Co. in 2004 at the National Center for the Arts in Mexico City on a bilingual version of Shakespeare’s Tempest, entintled Espejos/Mirrors. Afterwards Frida came to Dallas to work with Cara Mía where she performs as an actress, designer and mask maker in several plays. Frida also performs as an actress with other local groups. Her most recent projects include the title role in Leona Vicario with Teatro Dallas and one of the principal clowns in Nuestra Pastorela, as well as multiple roles in The House on Mango Street and Tina’s Journey with Cara Mía Theatre Co. Frida has taught theater and visual art in Dallas schools and Community Centers and Cultural Centers through Cara Mía, Big Thought, Junior Players, Writer’s Garret and CAP workshops. Frida loves to work with children and she believes that arts experiences provide tremendous tools to give them a better enjoyment of life.

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I believe that contact with art is indispensable to the development of a child. When I see a child that can enjoy artistic activities, I see a child who is opening himself to observe and enjoy the world and life. I believe it is necessary that each child has the opportunity to live these experiences. Not once but constantly. Teaching art should become fundamental to the education. This way, we can transform into a better society. We will have children, adolescents, and later, adults who can trust in themselves, who can understand different perspectives and different worlds. we will see children who will be able to listen and learn from their errors. en sum, they will leave our classes with many tools that will help them become more productive adults for themselves and for the society. And we are working hard on these. And we are looking child opening themselves like these.

Today and Tomorrow working with 4th & 5th graders! Today Theater! Tomorrow Art Club!
All with Heart!