1995, Milano, Italy.
Alice Orlandi, born in 1995, is a freelancer curator and art mediator from Milano, Italy.
She is currently based in Helsinki, Finland, and doing her MA in Visual culture curating and contemporary art at Aalto University.
She earned her BA in cultural heritage at the University of Milan in 2018, with emphasis on classical history and classical art. She also got a diploma in ancient Greek and Latin.
After a working period in Triennale di Milano in 2016, a significant art institution in Milan, she became curious about curation and exhibition organization.
She was also a member of the board of Curators Union Finland (Suomen Kuraattorien Yhdistys SKY ry). SKY ry – Suomen Kuraattorien Yhdistys (Curators Union Finland).
Equality, inclusivity and an educational outcome are the keywords for her practice. She believes that art can be a strong tool for communication and to raise awareness among people. She supports equality and inclusion in art; Alice is now working with the museum’s accessibility for visually impaired and blind people, pushed by a personal experience of her mother being visually impaired.