si pArte! is a non-profit cultural association born from the passion for the education through art of three young art historians.
si pArte! offers a series of activities differentiated by age and audience: guided tours, kids
labs, workshops with artists, cultural events, courses to promote the knowledge of art,
heritage and territory, enhancing people's skills, both in the individual and in the collective
work. The teaching method used by si pArte! emphasizes the dialogic and shared dimension of
the learning process. Each person who takes part in our activities has an active role in the
creation of knowledge by bringing new notions, ideas and points of view. Through an
interdisciplinary approach we show how art and culture can be an important key to
understand our present times.
She is currently Gallery Specialist at Galleria Campari. She graduated at Ca' Foscari
University in Venice with a thesis on the new communication strategies in the museums. She worked within the Education Departments of Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice and of MAXXI Musuem in Rome. In 2014 she collaborated on the art projects for the centenary of CONI. From 2009 to 2014 she worked at the Education Department of MACRO Museum in Rome as the Head of adults and family programs.
She currently teaches “Cultural Heritage Education” at Liceo Scientifico Azarita (Scientific
High School) and at the Technical Institute Genovesi in Rome. She graduated at La Sapienza University in Rome with a thesis on how contemporary art museums deal with visual disability. After an internship at the MACRO Museum in Rome, she has continued to study access programs by attending the training courses at the Museo Anteros in Bologna.
She is currently Education Assistant for the Capitoline Superintendence in the Museums of
Modern and Contemporary Rome. After an internship at the Education Department of MAXXI Museum in Rome, she collaborated with “Fondazione Roma Museo” from 2013 to 2016 and with MACRO Musuem until 2017. She has recently taken a degree from the post-graduate school of Science of Historic and Artistic Heritage at La Sapienza University in Rome and attended a course for cultural start-ups in Los Angeles.
Working with us: Iole Esposito and Ilaria Goglia
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