(Mexico City, Mexico, 1980) Pedagogical curator and visual artist. Her practice focuses on the intersections of art and education, through the exploration of encounters, think tanks, and public programs along with artists, theorists, curators, educators, and a wide range of institutional and independent interlocutors. Olascoaga was co-curator of the 32nd Bienal de São Paulo Incerteza Viva; academic curator at MUAC (Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo – UNAM) in Mexico City, 2014; research curatorial fellow at Independent Curators International, 2011; and Helena Rubinstein curatorial fellow at the Whitney Museum of American Art’s Independent Study Program, 2010. She received her BFA from La Esmeralda National School of Fine Arts. In 2012, she was workshop clinics director at the International Symposium of Contemporary Art Theory and, from 2007 to 2010, head of education and public programs at Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, both in Mexico City. She is currently a member of Sistema Nacional de Creadores Artísticos, in Mexico, in Experimental Practices (2019-22), where she is developing the project "The Nurturer: Cooking to Learn (La Nutridora: Una cocina para aprender)."