Claudia Pecoraro is a museologist, curator and cultural planner, expert in Community Engagement, participation and activation of citizenship.
Since 2016 she has been responsible for the enhancement of museums, archives and libraries for the Department of Culture and Youth Policies of the Lazio Region, for which she also worked on the promotion of reading and contemporary art. She was part of the staff of the MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome and Assistant Director of the Museum of the Peripheries for the Azienda Speciale Palaexpo. Since 2020 she has been a lecturer at IED Istituto Europeo di Design, where she teaches Video design for museums for the First Level Academic Diploma in New Art Technologies.
He has collaborated on CNR National Research Council research and activities dedicated to migration. He has curated exhibitions for galleries and museums, including the Museum of Rome-Palazzo Braschi, Umberto Mastroianni Museum in Marino, Salinas Archaeological Museum in Palermo, Rua Red - South Dublin Arts Centre in Dublin.
During the lockdown he created, together with artist Laura Mega, LAZZARO_art doesn't sleep, an exhibition of international artists projected by citizens onto the facades of buildings in cities around the world.