Maria Kokorotskou is a museologist and theatre/drama teacher, and she is holding the position of Curator of Education at MOMus. She has been working at the Thessaloniki Museum of Photography (now MOMus-Thessaloniki Museum of Photography) since 1999. From 2002 until today she is responsible for the museum’s educational programs and activities. She is involved in the design and implementation of various educational programs and workshops for children, adults and vulnerable groups. She has designed and implemented workshops and seminars on visual education for teachers of all levels of education as well as for the general public. Among her interests is the use of drama and theatre as a means of developing visual literacy in museums. She studied Archaeology and Theatre at the School of Philosophy and the School of Fine Arts of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, respectively. She completed her postgraduate studies (MA) in Museology and Cultural Heritage at the University College London, and in Theatre Pedagogy at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She has attended numerous seminars on the application of theatre and visual arts in educational and social policy structures. Since October 2021 she has been undertaking further training in drama therapy.