Eloísa del Alisal to Speak at the 2018 Conference on The Inclusive Museum

  • 2018-05-02

We are delighted to announce that Eloísa del Alisal will be speaking at the Eleventh International Conference on The Inclusive Museum.

Since 2008 Eloísa del Alisal is the director of the Museo Memoria de Andalucía, a museum which has been enhanced with different international and national mentions: Special mention EMYA 2011 because of its large educational programme, Honourable mention of the Education and Museum Award of Ibermuseos 2011, Merit to the educational work of the Consejería de Educación of the Junta de Andalucía 2010.

Co-founder of www.cultunet.com, a website for culture professionals, project of the OEI (Ibero-American states organization). Its social network counts on more than sixy thousand professionals of culture. Editor of g+c, the only magazine focus to cultural arts management in Spanish.

Throughout her trajectory, she has carried out her activity in the culture, communication and education fields in different cultural institutes such as: Technician of visual arts of the cultural management at the headquarter of the Cervantes institute in Madrid (2005-2008) in coordination with the international centers network; Cultural manager at the Punto de Contacto Cultural (point of cultural contact), information office of the cultural programme 2000 of the European Commission at the Spanish Cultural Ministry (2004-2005); cultural communication at the Cerralbo Museum (2003) and MNCARS (National Museum Art Center Reina Sofia) (2002). She has cooperated with other entities and cultural companies such as Fundación Juan March, Marco, Círculo de Bellas Artes of Madrid and ARCO, contemporaneous art fair of Madrid, among others.

She regularly gives classes about museology and cultural management in several universities and centers – University of Madrid (Master degree in management of the cultural patrimony and master degree in communication and art), European Institute for Design (Master degree in commissary of exhibitions), University of Salamanca (MBA cultural industries), I’Art (Art of the XX century) and VanderbiltUniversity (Spanish Art History).

She is graduate in Art History, UCM; postgraduate in Art and Communication, UCM; Direction and Management of Cultural Institutions, IESE; Master in Museology and Exhibitions, UCM; Master degree in Cultural Management at the Business School CESMA; and Doctorate in Contemporaneous Art History, investigation about collecting art in the XX century, UCM.

Learn more about the 2018 Conference here.