Nathália Pamio Luiz
PhD Candidate in Museology, with Research Grant UNESCO-ULHT Chair (ULHT, 2019-2022). Master in Museology (ULHT, 2020). Specialist in Cultural Management (PUC-SP, 2016) and in Special and Inclusive Teaching of Art (Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, 2015). Postgraduate in Cultural Production (FAAP, 2014). Bachelor of Photography, Communication and Visual Arts (Centro Universitário SENAC, 2011). She has experience in the area of Museology and Cultural Organizations, with an emphasis on executive production, museological implantation, communication, heritage education and accessibility.
Areas of academic and scientific interest
- Museology and Sociomuseology
- Cultural Management
- Cultural Policies
- Communication and Information Sciences
- Heritage Education
- Museum as social technology: museological management and Sociomuseology practices
- Professora Doutora Manuelina Duarte Cândido
This project proposes to research the concepts of social technology and recognize the museum as one, thinking about Museology under a look of extended questions, attentive to sociocultural integration, social development and practical methodologies of the social function of the museum.
The research is developed in the search to identify, register and analyze museological experiences based on Sociomuseology, possible and necessary to be applied in museums of normative structures – considered by their traditional standards and formal models.
The proposal seeks to find guidelines for innovation in the applicability and social impact of social technologies developed within the scope of museum service provision, in order to organize and guide categories of change that can be implemented in other institutions, so that they have methodological tools to review their visions and missions, in order to enable them to be museums “centered on people” and that “propose an alternative, critical, democratic, inclusive, polyphonic and insurgent way of doing things.” (Moutinho, 2020)
The objective is then to research, map and analyze practices, processes, methods and techniques that have effectively moved towards democratizing uses, enabling plural and integrated access and participation. Search, within institutions, for ways to open the doors to work not only “for”, but WITH and FROM people.