Why is change considered to be so necessary in the educational field when it is such a difficult goal to reach and maintain? Why are certain teaching methodologies so deeply rooted in our society? Why is it so complicated to change them? How can we create educational spaces where these models can be deconstructed and reconstructed? How can we take action? This book’s title, Maestras contemporáneas, reflects how 70% of education professionals are women. In fact, their presence reaches many educational contexts in different ways. The title also includes the word contemporànies as a reference to Giorgio Agamben, who believed that education has a lot to do with courage and the untimely. All in all, this is a text that shows readers how communicative artistic and cultural forms of expression can help teachers become more thoughtful, creative, critical and committed to culture and education.