Alexandra Trevisan da Silveira Pacheco
CEAA Board | Scientific Committe | President of CEAA Founders Board | PI Architectural Studies reseach group
Alexandra Trevisan. Graduate and MSc in History of Art and PhD in Architecture by ETSA/University of Valladolid, with the thesis International Influences in Oporto Modern Architecture between 1926 and 1956.
Teacher at ESAP since 1986. She is coordinator of the autonomous section of Theory and History and president of the Scientific Board of ESAP.
A. Trevisan has been carrying out research in the field of Theory and History of Architecture and the History of Photography, highlighting the participation in two FCT projects: Photography, Modern Architecture and the “Escola do Porto”: Interpretations on Teófilo Rego Archive (2013 -2015) as PI, and Southern Modernisms (2014-2015), as a member of the research team. She also participated, as a team member, in the project MODSCAPES – Modernist Reinvention of Rural Landscape (HERA.15.097) and Co-supervised the project From theoretical reflection to procedural photographic practice (Ref. ESAP / 2016 / P30 / SATH). She was also PI of ESAP's Project Povoados do Douro: internal colonization experiences on both sides of the river (ESAP / 2021) and PI of O Douro dos Fotógrafos Project, funded by both by the DRCN's 2022 Cultural Agents Support and CEAA.