I have always believed that the understanding of the world can be made through the understanding of Languages and Arts, and can be used to help connect people. My passion for culture led to a great deal of travelling and, after my Double Degree in History of Art and Archeology and Political Science, I lived in Rome for one year and have now resided in London for almost five years. Thus, I am fluent in both French and Italian. My passion for organising events, meeting new people and developing new projects, led me to participate within lots of organisations. Being aware of Arts and History being everywhere around us, I am always thinking of new ways to make it more accessible. All these experiences have given me the opportunity to work with different audiences, different institutions, and inspiring people. They gave me the opportunity and trained me to work in a busy environment whilst maintaining a good atmosphere, discipline and relationships with both the public and colleagues.
SEE••DS, located in the old Victorian area of South-Kensington, showcases emergent and established international designers. The gallery combines in few rooms a space for events and exhibitions (SEE) and a Desin Store (DS). As a Gallery Manager I support the Director with the preparation of events and exhibitions, for instance I assist in the organisation of openings, welcome visitors and introduce the new collection. On a daily basis I help in dealing with administrative task as mailing the Press, working on the database maintenance, conducting researches and creating new posts for Social Media. I give captivating tours of the gallery and deal with sales.
Orleans House Gallery is a beautiful building from the XVIII Century located on the riverside of the Thames in Twickenham. The Gallery host temporary and permanent exhibitions and its educational department run artistic workshops for adults and children. Setting up exhibitions and working on events promotion (for instance helping at designing flyers for events). Leading and planning workshops. Transport gallery artefacts and materials used in the outreach sessions, set out/pack away the Gallery handling collections and maintain security of the collections at all times.
The Brompton Design District is the original and most established district of the London Design Festival. It brings together temporary and exhibitions, retail events and gallery initiatives taking place around V&A museum, and create a cohesive programme that is communicated online, in print and on the media. My role as an assistant of communication is to support the project manager in the organisation of the Brompton's events, making of the book and in online/ social media communications of the events and activities this year (online website, social media, Brompton event book and Marketing general).
Founded as an experimental academic centre in Vincennes in 1969, Université Paris 8 moved to Saint-Denis in 1980. Our university has become a major teaching and research centre for humanities in the Île-de-France region. The main objective of Université Paris 8 - with its focus on humanities, human sciences, arts and social scienceshas always been to give students a better understanding of the modern world while enabling them, at the same time, to achieve a long-term integration into society. In this third year of Political Science I specialised in Sociology. For my dissertation I questioned the access of art. "Is Art accessible for everyone?" I did a sociological study of artistic squats in Paris and I show how they tried to answer to these question in alternative ways.
Paris-Sorbonne University is the main inheritor of the old Sorbonne, which dates back to the 13th century. It was one of the first universities in the world. The university is characterised by rich culture and tradition with top-quality researchers. Its excellent scientific reputation is demonstrated by regular publications and international exchanges. For my Bachelor Degree I studied History of Art and Archeology, and specialised in History of Art in the third year. Thanks to this degree, I developed my scientific practise and international understanding of all the domains of art history. I studied Antiquities, Medieval age, Renaissance, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Carpentry from the XVIII Century, Indian and Chinese ancient Art.