Eulàlia Bosch

Eulalia Bosch

Eulalia Bosch

Eulàlia Bosch (Barcelona 1949), is a lecturer in Philosophy, and a writer, curator and pioneer program designer bringing together education, urban life and the arts, as well as exploring the new forms of participation and cooperation offered by the new electronic media.

In 1985 she was a founding member of the Institute of Research on the Teaching of Philosophy (Institut de Recerca sobre l’Ensenyament de la Filosofia – IREF), that she directed until 1995. She is an active lecturer on innovative educational approaches and participates regularly in international conferences.

In the domain of art projects and exhibitions she has conceived and curated, among others, Mystery Creatures (1992), The Magic Box (1993), Seeing the Light: Eugènia Balcells (1996), To Remember is to Build Memory (1997) City of Words (1998), Oteiza (2000), and Frequencies (2009), all of which included ambitious programs of educational outreach ( as shown in the film Rice Is Planted with Rice , Barcelona 2010). In 1995 she created the Education Department of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona (MACBA) that she directed until 1999.

She has authored numerous articles as well as the books The Pleasure of Beholding. The visitor’s museum. (Barcelona, Actar 1998), Education and Everyday Life. Short Stories with Long Endings (Melbourne, Hawker Brownlow 2005), and Un lloc anomenat escola (Barcelona, Graó, 2009) – A Place Called School, English translation forthcoming.

She is also the editor of I Send You This Cadmium Red: a correspondence on colour between John Berger and John Christie, (Barcelona, Actar 2000), and Embryonic Landscapes, Ariel Ruiz (Barcelona, Actar 2001).

She is a founding partner and director of educational projects of Gao lletres, a cultural agency created in 2003 in partnership with Ramon Espelt and Pep Subirós. Gao lletres designs and develops cultural and educational projects
inspired by a conception of culture as a public service. The thematic areas covered by the agency range from historical heritage to contemporary artistic creativity, with particular emphasis on the cultural dimensions of urban life and its intense dynamic of change, and very especially on the assets and problems associated to its ever growing cultural diversity.

The analysis of mechanisms of social inclusion and the design and development of educational and cultural projects around the notion and the practice of democratic citizenship are a common feature of all Gao lletres work, and notably of interactive websites conceived by Eulalia Bosch and Ramon Espelt, such as, among others, those designed for Fundació Caixa de Catalunya (www.lapedreraeducacio.org), Televisió de Catalunya (http://www.unamadecontes.cat/), and Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (http://www.cccbeducacio.org).

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