Meet a Museum Blogger: Francesco Ripanti
Interviewed as Museum Blogger, in this blog post I talk about almost all I did in the last year, from video-storytelling till the internship at Museo Archeologico Nazionale delle Marche.
Francesco Ripanti is a 27-year-old archaeologist from Italy with a passion for video storytelling. Francesco thinks video is a very engaging medium for the communication of archaeology, especially for telling stories to the general public from the archaeologists’ point of view.
No, I don’t work in a museum. Currently, I’m attending a two year post-lauream specialization course at the Universities of Trieste, Udine e Venezia.
What’s your educational background?
I graduated from the University of Siena in 2011 with a thesis about video-narration in archaeology. During my five years of study, I directed some docu-dramas and other kinds of video in the Roman mansio of Vignale (LI, Italy) that are available on YouTube. During my first year of post-lauream, I did a two month internship at the National Archaeological Museum of Marche
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