Luisella Carnelli has a PhD in Theory and History of Theatre and a Master in Entrepreneurship of Performing Arts. Since 2005 she works as senior researcher and consultant at Fondazione Fitzcarraldo and at the Cultural Observatory of Piedmont. She carries out studies and researches designed to investigate the crucial aspects of creativity, production, organization, evaluation, consumption of culture, management of cultural organizations and co-creative processes focused on active participation. She specially deals with the analysis of cultural behaviours and cultural project evaluation, with a primary focus on the added value that cultural participation (both active and receptive) and creative and artistic practices can generate in terms of individual and social well-being. She is involved as researcher and trainer in EU Projects related to participatory/co-creative practices studying the impacts on artists, organisations and communities involved (ADESTE project, CONNECT, BeSpectACTive! 1+2, Dancing Museums, Empowering Dance - Developing Soft Skills, Adeste+, Empowering Dance – The Soft Skills Teaching and Learning Approach, Dance Well).
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