Who we are
President and Vicepresident
Technical architect. Museologist and founder of the Toy Museum of Catalonia in Figueres. Member of the Sant Jordi Royal Academy of Fine Arts.
Josep Maria Joan Rosa
Professor of Linguistics and Translation at TÉLUQ University (Quebec).
She holds a PhD in Applied Linguistics and an MA in Museology.
Anna Joan Casademont
Mayor-President of Figueres. Councillor for Culture at Figueres City Council.
Jordi Masquef Creus
Director of Territorial Services for Girona, Department of Culture of the Regional Government of Catalonia.
Carme Renedo Puig
President of the Regional Government of Girona.
Miquel Noguer Planas
President of the Alt Empordà County Council.
Montse Mindan Cortada
Poet, essayist, editor, art critic and trafficker of ideas. Former director of KRTU (Cultura, Recerca, Tecnologia Universals) and the Santa Mònica Arts Centre.
Vicenç Altaió Morral
Museologist. Founder of the Toy Museum of Catalonia in Figueres.
Pilar Casademont Sadurní
Graduate in Law. Controller and Secretary (on leave). He is currently Head of Legal Services at the Figueres City Council Planning Department.
Josep Ciurana Dorca
Poet, art historian and essayist. Member of the Sant Jordi and San Fernando Royal Academies of Fine Arts. Winner of the National Poetry Prize, the National Visual Arts Prize awarded by the Regional Government of Catalonia, the Creu de Sant Jordi (Saint George’s Cross) and the Medalla d’Or (Gold Medal) awarded by Barcelona City Council.
José Corredor Matheos
Agnès Figueras Ferrer
Art historian and critic. Former director of the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art and the Espai Gaudí, and fellow of the Barcelona Royal Academy of Arts and Science.
Daniel Giralt Miracle
Pharmacist. Specialist in model railways.
Joan Gratacós Agulló
Journalist and Doctor in History. Professor at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra and member of the Institut d’Estudis Catalans (Institute for Catalan studies).
Literary critic, writer and exhibition curator.
Julià Guillamón Mota
Museologist, former Head of Museum and Protection Services, Department of Culture at the Regional Government of Catalonia.
Eulàlia Janer Amargós
Graduate in Art History. Curator at the Girona Art Museum.
Carme Martinell Callicó
Doctor in Art History, head curator of Heritage, honorary director of the Céret Museum of Art and director of the Collioure Museum of Modern art.
Ecologist, professor of Research at the CSIC (Superior Council for Scientific Research) and director of the Global Ecology Unit at the CREAF (Centre for Ecological Research and Forest Applications) - CSIC - UB (University of Barcelona) - UAB (Autonomous University of Barcelona). Member of the Institut d’Estudis Catalans (Institute for Catalan Studies).
Josep Peñuelas Reixach
Gradute in Art History.
Teresa Rojo Ratera
She holds a degree in Education Sciences and a Master’s degree in Culture Management.
Maria Eugènia Sala Gómez
Architect-Town Planner. Professor of Projects at the Vallès Superior Technical School of Architecture (ETSAV UPC).
Carles Teixidor Felip
Professor of Botany at the University of Barcelona. Member of the Biological Sciences Department at the Institut d’Estudis Catalans (Institute for Catalan Studies).
Joan Vallès Xirau
Secretary and Curator
Lawyer and economist.
Jordi Ferrer Blanch
Art historian and museologist.
Eva Pascual Miró