Myrtò Psicharis is a BA student in Archaeology, History of Art and Heritage tutelage at the University of Florence. She is currently working for her bachelor degree thesis (tutor Prof. Michele Nucciotti) on a Building and Public Archaeology study related to the Novoli area in Florence. She is involved as intern in WP2 and WP3 of JPI Deep Cities project.
Myrtò has extensive knowledge in museum and field teaching areas, backed up by her consolidated professional background as authorised guide. She actively cooperates with several museums, archaeological sites, and international institutions in Florence, unfolding the city’s cultural heritage.
When communicating Myrtò adopts an interactive interdisciplinary approach based on an open learning method, this method uses open educational resources to share knowledge on the city’s creative urban and landscape heritage and create fruitful discussion.
Her research focuses on historic, archaeological heritage, and collections disclosure. Her research adopts an interdisciplinary approach including digital archives studies, teaching methods, communication and sustainable tourism.
From 2012 Myrtò has also collaborated as a junior board member with AWA Florence, managing the “Women artists in early modern Italy” conference held at the State Archive of Florence in 2012, during her internship at The Medici Archive Project (MEP), Myrtò worked on identifying, researching and promoting the creation of dedicated itineraries focused on women’s artworks in museum storages and collections around Florence.