Parco Archeologico del Colosseo

Republic of Italy

Parco Archeologico del Colosseo

Francesca Boldrighini

Project manager

Worked for a period as a tourist guide before starting to work for MiBACT (National Roman Museum), then in Capitoline Superintendence of Cultural Heritage (Musei Capitolini) and last in the Parco archeologico del Colosseo. For the National Roman Museum, she was WP leader and contact reference for the site of the Baths of Diocletian within the Project STORM (Horizon 2020 – 700191). Working for the Parco’s Communication Office, she contributed to various projects, among them “Parco fuori dal Parco” aiming to promote the connection of the archaeological area with the surroundings, leading foreign visitors to discover the less well-known contexts of the area and to invite Rome’s citizens to rediscover the Park as a part of the city. She is also responsible of the Project “Green Park”, that aims to develop the Green Economy in and outside the Park.

Ines Arletti

Project researcher

Fundraising Office (sponsorships, art bonus etc.) and Valorization Service (organization of exhibitions and events, institutional and special visits). From 2000 to 2017 at MiBACT, National Roman Museum. From 1991 to 2000 she worked at the Sicilian Regional Gallery of Palazzo Abatellis, Palermo.

Andrea Schiappelli

Principal researcher

Protohistoric archaeologist, since 1997 he has directed numerous excavations and research campaigns. From 2006 to 2016 administrator of archaeological service companies; in 2017 employed in the Capitoline Superintendence of Cultural Heritage. In 2009 he supervised the team responsible for the set-up of the Museum of Brettii and Enotri of Cosenza. On behalf the Park, he participates in the management and development of TRAME. Moreover, he has conceived and curates Salus per Artem, a project of art therapy, which provides various activities aimed at the well-being of the person and focusing on particular categories of public with disabilities and pathologies of different nature.

Francesca Pandolfi

Project researcher

Francesca received a BA from the University of Turin (Italy) in Cultural Heritage and a MA from BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg (Germany) in World Heritage Studies. She was a visiting student at the University Lumière Lyon 2, in France (BA), and the University of Tsukuba, in Japan (MA). After her MA, she completed a course on European projects at VIU (Venice International University).

Since 2018, she collaborates with the Communication Office and the Education Department of the PArCo, supporting event management and promotion activities. She advocates accessibility in cultural heritage, having participated in many projects on art and creative therapies focused on people with neurodegenerative diseases. She is an experienced translator in the cultural field, specialised in sustainable development and architecture.

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