Eleonora Sermoneta is the Senior Manager, Education and Public Engagement at the Aga Khan Museum. She was previously the Adult Learning Programmer at the Royal Alberta Museum, where she oversaw the development of programs and experiences for a wide range of adult learners, including seniors, university students, newcomers and refugees. Eleonora has also worked in museums and cultural institutions in Canada, Italy, Northern Ireland, and Luxembourg.
Eleonora holds an MA in history of art from the University of Rome La Sapienza, an MA in cultural economics from University of Rome Tor Vergata, a GDip in cultural resources management from University of Victoria, and a GDip in heritage resources management from Athabasca University.
Eleonora Sermoneta will be speaking at the Green Museums Summit 2024:
Greening the Museum one piece at the time
Join us at the Green Museum Summit, where we will explore how museums can promote environmental awareness and sustainable living through exhibitions and education programs. Explore how the Aga Khan Museum engages visitors through thought-provoking exhibitions, such as Night in the Garden of Love, which sparks dialogue on collaboration and climate change solutions. Discover the Aga Khan Museum’s online, interactive course series, Exploring and Protecting our Waters, designed for elementary school students to learn about SDGs and marine biodiversity, and take action to protect our oceans. Gain valuable insights into program strategies, engagement techniques, and collaboration with stakeholders. Don’t miss this opportunity to contribute to a sustainable future.