Serena Nassini is a Visual Artist, Art Teacher and Clarinettist based in London. As a practising Artist she has exhibited in London, Cambridge, Milan and Rhodes.


She has built the ability to teach a wide range of skill levels, encouraging individual artistic development and the creation of rich portfolios over 8 years of experience as a Fine Arts Teacher and Freelance Artist. She offers in-depth instructions and contemporary research during each studio session.


In 2015 she gained a Master in Arts (Artist-Teacher and Contemporary Practices) from Goldsmiths, University of London.

Serena also studied Fine Arts at the San Francisco State University and Painting and Visual Arts at Naba in Milan (2011-2014).


She specialises in fine arts and learning with a focus on Drawing and Painting. She is currently teaching Fine Arts to children in a variety of settings. This includes but is not limited to private home tuition, public workshops, after school art workshops and community art projects.  She has become increasingly involved in Schools and Art Education and has worked as a Visiting Artist in 6 Schools in London, on projects with children, teenagers and adults.She has worked as a private Art Tutor with Mini Artists LTD for more than 3 years.


Serena is also a Clarinettist and plays Klezmer and Eastern European folk music since 2015. She performed at the the Muxima Cafe' in east London with her first female-only six piece klezmer band 'Alborak' in 2017. In 2018 she joined Klezfest with her klezmer trio 'Zikh Zayn' with which she arranged some traditional repertoire that met the public at community events and open mics all over London. In 2019 Zikh Zayn collaborated with Taqsim, a 6 piece women only Arabic influenced band, raising money for the mental health charity MIND.


Serena is now working on an experimental duo with another clarinettist to create 'Relational Films', her most recent form of art. Lastly, she is enthusiastically shaping some interesting klezmer material with an extraordinary accordionist/mathematician.



Serena Nassini