Martin Inthamoussú is a Consultant in Creative Economy and Cultural Public Policy. He is currently working at the Interamerican Development Bank at the Creativity and Culture Unit. He was President of SODRE in Uruguay, the oldest cultural institution in the country dedicated to culture and art promotion, arts education, and growth of traditions, taking its services to the whole country and beyond borders. Within the institution, Martín was commissioned to create the Contemporary Dance Department of the National Dance School, of which he is the founder. He has also developed different programs working on public policy towards access to culture for citizens in the whole country as a means of deep social change, including arts education to people with limited or no access. From 2015 - 2020 he was General Director of the National School of the Arts.
Martin has extensive experience in promoting cultural democracy as a human right. He is a university professor and is regularly invited to present at symposiums all over the globe. He sits as a member of the International Society for the Performing Arts Governance Committee and has published papers on arts management and cultural access. He is a regular columnist in Diario El País in Uruguay.