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Ministry of Culture, Arts and Heritage
Julieta Brodsky Hernández
Julieta Brodsky Hernández was raised in Tongoy, in the Coquimbo Region. She studied social anthropology at the Universidad de Granada (Spain) and has a diploma in cultural rights promotion and management at the Universidad de Buenos Aires. She has vast experience in cultural research, strongly influencing the discussion of public policies for the sector with a rights-based, territorial and associative approach.
Her research works “El escenario del trabajador cultural en Chile (The scenario of the cultural worker in Chile)”, “El escenario del trabajador cultural en Chile (The role of public policies in the working conditions of Chilean musicians)”, and “¿Cómo se sustenta el Teatro en Chile? (How does theater survive in Chile?)”, have become a baseline for the design of proposals that aim at cultural development in Chile, with an emphasis on the working conditions of the workers in the sector, local cultural development and the promotion of creative economies.
She was also director of research at the Observatory of Cultural Policies of Chile (OPC) for more than ten years, and while working there, she took on the coordination role for the area of Rights and Associativity at Proyecto Trama: Red de Trabajadores de la Cultura (Trama Project: Network of Cultural Workers). She has taught at the university, led training courses for cultural agents and coordinated multidisciplinary teams.
She has also participated as an expert lecturer at public policy seminars and congresses for culture and creative industries both in Chile and in other countries in the region, establishing ties and networks throughout Latin America with a high collaborative component. Julieta Brodsky is an active member of Convergencia Social since 2021.
Andrea Gutiérrez Vásquez
Andrea Gutiérrez Vásquez is a playwright, actress, teacher and cultural manager with a master’s degree in government and society from the Universidad Alberto Hurtado. She is author of the “Violencia de en contexto laboral de actrices y escritoras (Gender violence in labor context of actresses and writers)” research and member of the Chilean Actresses Network (RACH).
She was president of the Actors Union, SIDARTE, between 2013 and 2017, and president of the International Federation of Actors for Latin America from 2016-2017.
María Paulina Soto Labbé
María Paulina Soto Labbé is a researcher, scholar, manager and engages internationally in cultural policies. She has a doctorate in American studies with a specialty in social and political studies from the Institute for Advanced Studies of the Universidad de Santiago de Chile.
She has participated in the design and implementation of more than 40 investigations of academic use and applied to cultural policies, with national and international scope, and is author of more than 60 publications on the topic.
During the time when Claudio di Girólamo led the Culture Division of MINEDUC (Education Ministry), she coordinated the Culture Cartography of Chile project and later served as director of the Department of Studies and Documentation of the current Cultures, Arts and Heritage Ministry.
Between 2017 and 2020 she was academic vice chancellor and dean of the Universidad de las Artes de Ecuador. She is a member of the Ibero-American Laboratory for Research and Development in Cultural Policies and was selected by UNESCO to form the first bank of experts in cultural governance.
She collaborates with UNESCO-SEGIB in the preparation of documentation and the studies for the Mexico Summit 2022, a milestone for the evaluation of the contribution of Culture to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.