Astrid D'Eredità

Born in Taranto in 1979, today I live in Rome and tomorrow never knows.
Currently I'm a research fellow at Associazione Civita for a project on using social media for museums, galleries and heritage sites.
Once upon a time I received a PhD in Roman Archaeology from the University ’Federico II’ of Naples and a postgraduate diploma in Museology and Museography from the University ’Aldo Moro’ of Bari and my final essay ‘Archaeology beneath the city: museum displays of underground sites in the world‘ won in 2011 the 5th Forma Urbis Prize.

Nowadays I've left digging trenches for the Net and I worked as content manager for Enel SpA.

In 2013 I told about Hai Paura del Buio Festival through social media, working in Manafactory's crew; now I proudly follow, take pictures, listen to and tell the story of the Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio, the biggest European multiethnic ensemble composed of 18 musicians, 10 Countries, 4 Continents and 9 languages.

I have not forgotten archaeology so I am still responsible for communication and new media for the Italian National Association of Archaeologists (INAA) and the Committee on Gender Perspectives’Archeologhe che (r)esistono‘.

Did I tell you I will marry Paul McCartney, sooner or later?