Graphics to decolonise memory: creative pedagogies among the street, the village, and the academia.
History EducationHeritage and everyday livesJustice and Memory

 Ana María Villa Navas

Urban artist, political scientist, and specialist in Public Policies for Equality in Latin America. Experienced in community work and cultural management since 2011.

She has been part of the district roundtable of Graffiti Bogotá, the district roundtable of Graffiti Women and the Colectivo Tripido, amongst others. She has won several urban art grants with a social focus in Bogotá and was an urban art juror for IDARTES in 2020. She has given conferences on urban art, feminism, and social transformation through art, at: the Banco de la República branches in Tunja, Florencia and Neiva; Universidad Nacional de Colombia; Alta Presión International Urban Art Festival; and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), amongst others.  



Artistic Instagram: @prismaenlacalle

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ana-maria-villa-navas-24b406151

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