Marie-josé Armando

At the same time of her studies of plastic arts at  Aix-en-Provence University she does a training course at  the School of Fine Arts of the same city.
She discovers the ceramic at the School of Plastics Arts ( EMAP) of Nice, where she also practises engraving.
She takes part, during two years, to the workshop of ceramic of the International School of Art (EPIAR) in the Villa Arson in Nice.
She collaborates to the Nice’s museums since 1980 : first the Museum of the Fine arts, then from its creation, to the Museum of Modern and contemporary Art (MAMAC), and finally to the Matisse Museum as vice-curator.
In availability since 2005, she shares her time and her work between South of France and Tunisia.
She created, in association with Jean-Claude Villain, the collection  » The Clay’s book »: artists’ books realized completely in clay, with contemporary famous poets of different languages (French, Arabic, Greek, Portuguese, etc.)