Ana L. Dosal Ellis holds a Master’s degree in Museology from Universitat de Barcelona (2012-2014) with the specialization in research and heritage education. She was awarded with the FONCA-CONACyT soclarship for the research project presented as her master’s thesis. She has participated in several cultural management, research, museology and museography projects. Member of the Latin American Network of Research on Body and Corporalities in Cultures.
In 2015 she was invited as a jury for the choreographic event CreArte at PROART Dance Center. The same year, she joins the museographic and operative team for the opening of Museo de los Conspiradores in Querétaro, México.
Author of the article: “How can culture and heritage function as mechanisms of exclusion?” published in the Spanish magazine Pasos (2014). On April 2015 she was asked to evaluate an academic article for the magazine Panorama, from the Department of Research, Development and Innovation of the University Politécnico Grancolombiano in Bogotá, Colombia.
She was invited to present her research “The use of dance as en educational tool in art museums” at the VI Dance World Forum in Cancún, México (2014), at the II Latin American Meeting of Researchers on Body and Corporality in Cultures, Bogotá, Colombia (2015) and at the 1st International Forum of Mexican Talent- Innovation Match, in Guadalajara, México (2016).
She is now the Artistic Director of Código Áureo | Gestión Cultural and a professor at Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro.