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Beatriz Martins Orozco

Cultural mediator with a degree in Art History, Social and Cultural Anthropology and a Master in Education and Museums.
Since 2011 she has focused her professional career on cultural mediation acquiring extensive experience in institutions such as the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Museo Thyssen Bornemisza, Tabacalera Promoción del Arte, CA2M or the Museo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología. Her lines of research include experimentation with different ways of expanding cultural mediation beyond the institutional space and connecting it with contemporary issues that have to do with the ways of inhabiting space and the symbolic and identity processes that different communities produce in it.
She is also a founding member and current secretary of the Association of Cultural Mediators of Madrid (AMECUM) which has been in operation since 2015.

Yolanda Riquelme García

Graduate in Art History, Superior Technician in Arts applied to Sculpture and Master in Contemporary Art History and Visual Culture. 

She has developed her work in the fields of artistic production, curatorship, cultural management and cultural mediation, within the context of contemporary art and working in institutions such as the Reina Sofia Museum, the biennial Manifesta 8 or the art center <rotor>. Throughout her career she has participated in various artistic projects of political commitment, based on territory and work with communities, focusing her interest in the study and activation of public space and collective work processes through the practice of cultural mediation. 


She is a founding member and member of the Association of Cultural Mediators of Madrid (AMECUM).

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