is the Educational director of the Assisi Museums, which is part of the Cooperative Society of Museums, Perugia. In her position, she is responsible for formulating the ideas, materials, and coordinating the operations of the educational facilities for public scholastic activities of Assisi’s Pinacoteca (public gallery), the Roman Forum, la Rocca Maggiore, the Roman Domus, and the Pericle Fazzini Museum. This includes planning and teaching “Painting like Giotto” fresco techniques and egg tempera for adults and families.
Prior to her current position, Raffaella planned and coordinated the educational exhibit “Made in Italy” for Foligno’s Museum, also part of the Cooperative Society of Museums. She also planned and coordinated the educational material. She has worked for Italian museums in Tronto, Spello, the Sardegna Region, Bevagna, Urbino.
Raffaella received her college degree in History of Modern Art at the University of Perugia. She went on to receive professional diplomas in Museum Operation from Giunta Regionale and diploma of specialization from University of Studi di Roma Tre. She has had additional coursework in education, contemporary art, Italy’s cultural assets, and the ceramic techniques of Bruno Munari.