Bachelor’s in Fine Arts (UB), Master’s in Cultural Administration (UB) and PhD in Information and Knowledge Society at the UOC. During her studies she spent time at the Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten in The Hague (The Netherlands) and also spent some research stays at the Metropolitan Technological Insitute in Medellín, Colombia, and Sociology Institute for Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, Germany.
Professor of Design and Cultural Administration at EINA. She also teaches or has taught at UOC, IDEP and Bau.
Combines teaching with artistic practice and cultural administration. Her work has received prizes such as the Generación Prize (2013), the Ramón Acín Art Grant (2011), the Guash Coranty Foundation Grant for Artistic Creation (2010) and the Miquel Casablancas Prize (2008). She has also received grants for the HIAP (Helsinki 2013) and Rupert (Vilnius 2013) residencies and has exhibited individually and collectively at MUSAC (Leon 2018), The Royal Academy of Spain in Rome (Rome 2017), the MAC (Mataró 2017), Espacio 13 of the Joan Miró Foundation (Barcelona 2014), the Espai Cultural Caja Madrid (Barcelona 2010), Gallery Augusta (Helsinki 2013) the Lo Pati Art Center (Amposta 2013) and Arts Sant Mònica (Barcelona 2013). She is currently the curator of Nauestruch for Estruch, Factory of Live Arts (Sabadell).
- Moncunill-Piñas, M. (2017) The practice of everyday museum making: naturalization and empowerment in the amateur consumption of museographic language. European Journal of Cultural Studies. Sept 2017.
- Moncunill-Piñas, M. (2015) "Museum-Making as Serious Leisure". Digithum. No. 17. p. 20-27.