Alice Demattos Guimarães
Western Norway University of Applied Sciences
Alice Demattos Guimarães is a Brazilian cultural-urban economist, graduated in economics from the Federal University of Minas Gerais. She has worked as a researcher in the field of urban development correlated to the cultural sector, with focus in museums and performance arts. She holds a master in Global Markets and Local Creativity as an Erasmus Mundus fellow between the University of Glasgow, Universitat de Barcelona, and Erasmus University of Rotterdam. Her master’s thesis investigated the ordinary cities as a stage for culture, creativity, and social inclusion, studying the practice of the social circus in Latin America. Currently, she is about to start a PhD fellowship in “Alternative finance as a responsible innovation within the cultural sector” at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences.