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Rocío Aguilar-Nuevo

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University of Seville




Rocío Aguilar-Nuevo (b.1980) obtained her BFA in 2003, her MA in Art History and Art-World Practice -Administration and curatorial practices- in 2011, her International Ph.D. in Contemporary Culture in 2012 from the University of Glasgow and the University of Seville and her Innovation Diploma in 2017 from Inventium Australia. Aguilar-Nuevo has recently been qualified as a Creativity and Innovation Professor at the EOI Industrial Organization School. She is a Research Collaborator at the Art, Technique and Sustainability Group/University of Seville, a listed Expert for the UE Creative Europe Programme, and the Desqubre List of Andalusian Research Experts.Since 2004, she has channeled her professional energies into managing, teaching, and researching on Contemporary Culture and Applied Creativity on Innovation/Project Management through a broad range of organizations, and managing funding opportunities across Europe. During this time she has worked in the UK, Spain, Belgium, and Italy, collaborating with outstanding institutions such as Christie’s, Photo Library Lebrecht, Castello di Rivoli, and several academic bodies. Since 2010 to 2015, Aguilar-Nuevo was an Art History/MBA Project Management lecturer and headed the Department of FA at the St. John University in Turin. Since 2015, Aguilar-Nuevo is the Head of R&D&I and IIRR Department at Grupo Dabo Consulting in Málaga (Spain), leading projects on culture, e-learning, and green economy with a strong focus on innovation.Aguilar-Nuevo has also published numerous reviews and articles and participated as a speaker in several international seminars throughout Europe and Asia. Her research focuses on the colour impact on education and visual culture, and the intersections between innovation and creativity. She is currently implementing scientifically proven creative techniques to spark innovation in institutions ranging from SMEs, schools, foundations and Public Administrations with a significant success.



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University of Seville



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