“It’s inspiring how people who were perfect strangers until a couple of weeks ago found the way to work together and unite around a common cause or project”
Eleonora Sermoneta (BA, GDip, MA) is a museum professional with over a decade of international experience. She worked in museums and cultural institutions in Italy, USA, UK, Luxembourg, and Canada and has extensive experience in community-centred and inclusive programming. She is currently the Adult Learning Programmer at the Royal Alberta Museum, where she oversees programmes and experiences for a variety of learners, including teens, post-secondary-students, seniors, immigrants and refugees. Her research and professional interests include critical museology, decolonisation theory and practice, experiential learning, community engagement and participatory processes.