María Victoria Alcaraz



She was born in the Province of Buenos Aires in 1959, is married and has two children.

She is the General Director of the Teatro Colón.

She is a historian, specialized in Spain in Politics and Cultural Management: direction of public cultural institutions, Ibero-American cooperation and cultural networks, economy of culture and public financial administration.

She is Professor in the postgraduate course in Arts and Entertainment Management of the Faculty of Economic Sciences (UBA) and Associate Professor Chair of Introduction to Knowledge of Society and the State in the Common Basic Cycle (UBA). Since 1996 he coordinates the Cultural Cooperation and Training Program of the Ministry of Culture of the GCBA and represents the City of Buenos Aires in cultural, regional and international networks: Mercocities, Union of Capital Cities of Ibero-America, United Cities and Local Governments.

He is co-creator of the Network of Cultural Centers of America and Europe (CCAE) and the Interlocal Network of Ibero-American Culture.

He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Memory Park and the Monument to the Victims of State Terrorism.

She was Undersecretary of Cultural Heritage of the City of Buenos Aires from 2011 to 2015, General Director of the San Martín Cultural Center from 2002 to 2011, General Director of Cultural Promotion of the City of Buenos Aires from 2000 to 2002 and General Director of the San Cultural Center. Martín, City of Buenos Aires from 1999 to 2000.

He entered the Ministry of Culture of the City of Buenos Aires in 1984 in the Historical Archive of the City.

He was part of the group of international experts who prepared the Strategic Plan for Culture of the City of Medellin (Colombia) 2010-2020.

She was invited by the OEI (Organization of Ibero-American States) to promote the creation of the Patrimonial Cities Network of Ecuador.

He has given lectures and courses abroad on Politics and Culture Management in numerous cities: Genoa, Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Medellin, Asunción, Santiago de Compostela, Maracaibo, Quito, Zaragoza, Cordoba (Spain), Lima, Almada (Portugal) , Cork (Ireland), Montevideo, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Porto Alegre, Belo Horizonte, Bahia, Juiz de Fora, Paris, Baku (Azerbaijan), Berlin, Moscow, Tunisia, Cairo, Krasnodar (Russia), La Paz, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Valparaíso, Santiago de Chile, Coquimbo (Chile), Bogotá, Antigua of Guatemala, Santa Rosa de Copán (Honduras), Sangolquí (Ecuador), Havana.