Programme Advisory Committee

Magdalena Moreno Mujica
Programme Director
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Magdalena Moreno is a leading chilean cultural manager that has spent most of his career in the international arena. Since March 2012 she works as Head of International Affairs of the National Council of Culture and Arts of Chile.

Magdalena has a degree in Visual Arts from the University of Melbourne, Australia. She has developed her career in the areas of international multicultural development, cultural diversity and artistic agencies. She has lectured at more than 30 seminars and workshops related to her areas of specialty.

She has been a fellow scholar of the Murdoch Foundation in UNESCO, ICOM, Paris; was part of the Asialink Leaders Program at the University of Melbourne, and in 2011 she participated in the  Leadership Program in Cultural Management of the Australia Council for the Arts. Magdalena Moreno has demonstrated her leadership in various roles within the arts and cultural sector. During his career, she served as General Manager of the Gallery of the Victorian College of Arts, University of Melbourne, General Manager and then Executive Director of South Project, and most recently as Executive Director of  Kultour, an initiative of the Australia Council for the Arts, which aims to promote cultural diversity in the arts, in the field of public policy, by developing intercultural programs.

As the Director of Programming for the 6th World Summit on Arts and Culture, Magdalena was responsible for developing the concept of the Summit, the discussion topics, the central conferences and the expert panels of the final program of the meeting, looking topics of interest and local relevance with global impact.
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Summit Programming Local Committee

The local committee was defined as a group of Chilean experts who advised the programming content of the 6th World Summit of Arts and Culture. It was defined as a think-tank based at achieving a diversity of perspectives that add value to the proposed program of the international event.

Alejandra Wood, Director, Gabriela Mistral (GAM) Cultural Centre

Alfonso Gómez, Dean of the Business School at the Adolfo Ibañez University and Executive; President of the Centre for Innovation at the Catholic University of Chile

Arturo Navarro, Director,  Estación Mapocho Cultural Centre

Roberto Farriol, Director, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (National Museum of Fine Arts)

Juan José Price, Academic, University of Chile and Catholic University of Chile

Magdalena Aninat, Head of Contents, CNCA

Matías Zurita, Head of Research Department, CNCA