During this workshop for young participants, children will have the opportunity to discover the “Square Root” concept, by carrying out practical exercises and experiments on paper, like apprentice designers. They will be accompanied by Graciela Reyes from Carla Fernández’s creative team.

Practical info

  • Single Tariff 15 €

Free for adults

Recommended for children from age 8 to 12.
One adult can register a maximum of 2 children.

Workshop in French and Spanish.


la Galerie du 19M — Paris/Aubervilliers


For more details, refer to the practical information.

Traditional indigenous clothing in Mexico is made from square and rectangular pieces of fabric, which are then folded and sewn together. Carla Fernández calls this endemic method “Square Root”, evoking Mexico’s textile roots and the geometric shape of the square that characterises these garments.


Children will be able to take their work home with them.

Graciela Reyes


Graduated in Fashion Design and specialized in textile art and theory, craft design, community training and university teaching. Artisanal production consultant and community trainer for independent brands, government institutions, museums and non-profit organizations. She is currently the community coordinator for Carla Fernández brand, involved in design and production processes, research, and workshops in collaboration with artisans from artisan communities in the country.​ 

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