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Staff : Mayari Hernandez-Tamayo

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Mayari Hernandez-Tamayo


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Mayarí Hernández Tamayo, Adjunct Professor of ART/SPA 231

Mayarí (she/her/hers) earned her MA in Art Analysis and Management at the University of Barcelona (Spain). Her thesis focused on the esthetic and sociological impacts of State strategies for artistic-educational administration with regard to identity and citizenship construction in Mexico from 1878 to 1994. She holds a BA (Licenciatura) in Art History from the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports, and a BA (Licenciatura) in Cultural Sciences from the Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana (University of the Cloister of Sor Juana / UCSJ).

Mayarí worked as the Educational Services and Academic Mediation Curator and Manager for the Culture Secretariat for the State of Morelos from 2016 to 2018, and was the Academic Advisor for the Morelos State English Program (Basic Education Institute of Morelos State / IEBEM) from 2016 to 2019. Prior to 2016 her work was mainly related to administration and academic management processes and curriculum planning processes for visual arts and introduction to the arts undergraduate programs.

Mayarí’s work as an independent cultural analyst and artistic-educational manager and researcher focuses on creating art-based pedagogical strategies favourable to community empowerment within high-risk environments. She has developed and conducted several workshops on art education critical pedagogies for community promoters, public school teachers and contemporary artists. She currently directs and curates Espacio Liminal (Liminal Space), an independent space whose main interest is in discussing, creating and producing transdisciplinary contemporary art projects.