Latest Highlights

Linnaeus University 

Sweden

Ongoing

Research project on the future of regional european museums. The project is taking stock of the extent of futures thinking that regional museums bring into their skill sets and routine.

 

Il dono di mnemosine

Universita degli studi della Campania

Italy

Ongoing

A multi-session think tank lab exploring memory in museums with a focus on case studies in Naples including Cartastorie - the museum of the historic Banco di Napoli and Certosa e Museo San Martino.  

Treccani Academy

Italy

Ongoing

Delivery of training sessions as part of the online Masters in Arts and Cultural Heritage Management offered by the academy. 

 

Session topics: The Multi-Platform Museum and the Phygital

University of Cassino
e del Lazio Meridionale

Italy

 

October/January 2022

Delivery of three custom-developed study units on museum audiences, cultural mediation in museums and discussions around case studies from around the world with purposely invited guests joining the conversation.  

The three study units were delivered in hybrid format. 

Museo Galileo, Florence

Italy

March 2021

Training Session and discussion within the remit of the series of meetings of the Tuscan network of Science Museums on the topic of museum communication and education. The session was specifically prepared for museum management staff working within this museum network. 

Frosinone Heritage Network

Italy

October 2020

Online training session for museum directors and curators, libraries and archives, educators and cultural heritage stakeholders.  

Session topic: New Mediation Techniques: from storytelling to participatory narrative enquiry 

Summit del Museo Italiano

Italy

June 2020/March 2021

An industry-led event featuring a lineup of speakers from all over Italy to discuss the latest trends, developments and possibilities for Italian museums. The event was spread over three days with well over 1,500 participants from all over the Italian peninsula. 

 

I delivered a presentation during the first edition and the closing keynote/conversation at the second edition.