Créalier

August 11, 2016 by Charlotte Goyvaerts

Crealier Charlotte Goyvaerts

Hi everyone, next to a model and an actress, I’m also the owner of my very own company called “Créalier“. Which stands for creative ateliers in Flemish and/or English for children from 3-6, 6-12, disabled children and children with an high IQ.

Before I’ve studied to be a kindergartenteacher, I’ve studied photography in the fine arts at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, Belgium. By combining my knowledge of these two studies, I’ve started my company. Not only because of my interests in working with children and arts, but also because I think schools do not encourage the creative side of children enough. Which, I think, is a very important part of living. Because, how are you going to do some problem solving if you’re not able to be creative about it?

Crealier Charlotte Goyvaerts

These ateliers/workshops I’m giving, want to encourage the children to be exactly who they are. They can be as creative as they want to be in the given theme. Those ateliers/workshops are very attractive during the holidays, because that’s the time when all those amazing kids have got a lot of time. Although I also work in collaboration with the city, museums and schools, I do the most of my workshops during the holidays. And, I’m not complaining… AT ALL!

To craft or not to craft? What a silly question! How will you make your life a little more creative?

Warm regards,

Charlotte

Find more info about Créalier here: Information Créalier (english version)

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Charlotte Goyvaerts Charlotte Goyvaerts was born in Belgium on the 3rd of November, 1991. Her passions are modeling, acting and dancing. Her first dance on stage, in front of a live audience, was when she had just turned five years of age. A few years later, in addition to dancing, she started "word" and "drama" classes and immediately fell in love with acting. She played many key roles in the city theatre, did a lot of musical workshops and in 2004 she got her first big roll in a short movie called "Opa Rennt". Eventually Charlotte quit theatre so she could focus on her school career. A few years later she enrolled in the modeling industry. Since she was young she knew that she would like to devote her passion and effort on being a successful model and actress.. All this in combination with her own business for children called Créalier. Her life spirit? "When I was a little girl, I've always dreamed of doing big things. I'm not about to disappoint myself. So, when I'm old and grey I'd be able to tell my grandchildren that their grandmother has been able to follow her dreams, just because she believed in them.

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