Konstantina Bolieraki has studied drawing and mosaic at Athens’ Superior Fine Arts School. During that period she studied engraving at London’s Royal College of Art as a scholar from the Hellenic National Scholarship Foundation. She completed her Master’s degree program in “Design – Space – Culture” at the Architecture Department of National Metsoveion Polytechnic University. She participated as a teaching assistant at the Architecture Department for drawing classes. She has also completed a special program in Counseling and Career Guidance at A.S.PAI.T.E.
She participated in international functions on behalf of the Chamber of Fine Arts in Greece as well as in many group exhibitions both in Greece and abroad. In personal exhibitions she has presented her work at Skironeion Museum-Centre of Kifissia in Athens (2007), at Chalandri Mucicipal Cultural Center ‘Aetopouleion’ (2003), at “Polyedro” GALERIE in Patras (2002), at “Chrysothemis” GALERIE in Athens (2001), at the Athens’ Municipal Arts Center (2000), at Ilissia Theatre (1998) and at “Chrysothemis” GALERIE (1994).
Since 1995 she is a public High School Educator and since 2005 she is appointed at Gerakas’ Fine Arts Highschool. In 2011 and 2013 she received the Excellence and Innovation Award from the Ministry of Education and Life Long Learning, for the works “An Artistic-Environmental Game for Sustainability in the School environment” and “Thespis”, respectively. During the 2007 – 2016 year period she has participated in organizing conferences as well as presenting her research and publishing articles about fine arts education in Greek and International Conferences. She also worked with the Institute for Language and Speech Processing in illustrating Educational Software for the Hellenic Sign Language. Furthermore, she collaborated with the Greek Educational Policy Institute, Subproject 6 of the Act titled: “NEW SCHOOL (21 Century School) – New Syllabus” for the subject Art Workshop of the Fine Arts Direction.