Damià Amorós i Albareda holds a degree in Art History from the University of Barcelona (2013), a master's degree in Cultural Heritage Management and Museography from the same institution (2015), a postgraduate degree in Strategic Management of Museums and Cultural Facilities from the Foundation of the University of Girona (2019) and a master's degree in Museum Management from the Catholic University of Cuyo, CLEA University and ISAE University (2021).
Curator and author of several articles and monographs, he has been professionally linked to the Museum of the Monastery of Poblet, and to different projects carried out and developed in the region of Tarragona. He currently works as a freelancer collaborating with various institutions and media.
Assault on museums or examples of successful access for young people into the job market
Damià Amorós i Albareda, member of the board of directors of the Associació de Museòlegs de Catalunya (AMC) and territorial delegate in the Tarragona region
The permeability of the job market in relation to the newer generations has never been a matter of easy digestion, especially in the public sector, where unfortunately, and increasingly, young people's access to a public servant position is difficult and complex. And in museums too, which is a primary and alarming issue.
From the Associació de Museòlegs de Catalunya we want to expose this reality, and obviously some others, to the public eye. The “Assault on Museums” campaign aims to bring out the path of young people who are currently working in museums and to divulge how they achieved to do so.