WHO WE ARE?
GEMMA CARBÓ RIBUGENT
President of the Association ConArte Internacional
Doctorate in Education from the University of Girona (2013). Her doctoral thesis focused on the relationships between cultural policies and education in Catalonia. Degree in Philosophy and Arts and in Geography and History (UAB). She served as director of Communication and Educational Service of the Cinema Museum Foundation. Cultural consultant for various entities and projects. She is currently Director of the Museum of Rural Life in l’Espluga de Francolí, Tarragona of the Carulla Foundation and President of the Association ConArte Internacional. Previously, she was the Director of the UNESCO Chair in Cultural Policies and Cooperation at the University of Girona.
ANNA CARNÉ CARVAJAL
Coordinator of the "Planters" project
A licensed cellist, she studied music in several conservatories in Spain and France. She has been part of several classical orchestras, but for some time now, she has been working in new formats and multidisciplinary performances. She is currently communications and projects coordinator at the Municipal School of Music of St. Feliu de Llobregat.
MARCELA OTÁROLA BURGOS
Degree in the arts with a specialization in theatrical performance (University of Chile). Master in Cultural Management (Andean University Simón Bolívar). She worked in Chile as cultural animator at the National Council of Culture and Arts and as a cultural manager at the National Corporation for Indigenous Development.
Lucina Jiménez (Director of ConArte Mexico and founding member of the association), Eulàlia Bosch (Project philosopher and founding member of the association), Carme Baqué (Cultural Manager), Andrea Giráldez (Musical pedagogue and founding member of the association), Montse Faura (Director of the Torroella Music Festival and founding member of the association), Estel Martí (former director of the "Planters" project), Elisenda Belda (founding member of the association), Beatriz Barreiro Carril (lawyer), Nevelina Pachova (professional and researcher in sustainable development), Laura Alcalà Freudenthal (dancer).