Areas of Research
Work Package 2 “Connectivities built by people and groups”
PhD Project 9
Uses of digital cultural heritage databases for people’s memory and identity work (working title)
The research project will study how online photographic archives maintained by memory forming institutions are used by people and how they may influence national, local, and individual memory and identities. More specifically it examines how people use online photo-graphic archives in memory institutions and the meaning of these uses. Through research is expected to understand the reasons why people use online cultural resources found in memory forming institutions (such as museums, archives, and galleries) and point towards ways that users can be encouraged to use digital cultural heritage resources in a meaningful manner.
Since Oct 2018
PhD Candidate at the Institute of European Ethnology/Cultural Anthropology, University of Hamburg, Germany
Master of Arts in Nordic Visual Studies and Art Education, Aalto University, Finland
Bachelor of Arts in in Visual and Performing Arts in Painting Academy of Fine Arts of Venice, Italy
Public relations & presentation moderator inSEA 2018, Helsinki (Finland)
Public relations & presentation moderator 1st International Conference for Disabilities Studies, Arts and Education (Finland)
Volunteer service: International Countryside Anima Fest- Views of the World, Festival’s Social Media management
Art Educator – Kids Summer School, Leventis Gallery, Nicosia (Cyprus)
Internship: Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, (Italy)
Interest and Expertise
- Art Education
- Museum Education
- Digital Cultural Heritage
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Concepts, strategies and media infrastructures for envisioning socially inclusive potential futures of European Societies through culture.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 764859.